Photo courtesy of Hanes Lineberry Funeral Home

Ira Eugene Johnson

Greensboro, North Carolina

Mar 26, 1929 – Jan 1, 2013

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Ira brought lots of laughter & smiles to anyone who knew him. And my life was better for knowing him. Gracie & family my thoughts & prayers are with you as you go thur this difficult time.

Ira was my first boss when I started working at Balkamp, and also worked together in Sales.I was sorry to lose such a good friend and proud that he invited me to his luncheon in June 2010. (The last time I saw him) He was kind to keep in touch with Lena and I each month after our retirement.We will miss talking to him. Our sympathy to his family,Virginia Foglesong Wison and Lena Ooley

Ira was a gentlemans gentleman and a friend to many.I will always consider him my friend.The [smile] he had it the fist day I met him. thirty five years later he had the same smile. My thoughts and prayers to the family. he will be missed.

Richard ~ My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Just remember your dad will always be sitting on your shoulder still guiding through your life as he will forever be in your heart. You to are a great man who had a great teacher. All my love, Betsy

I always enjoyed working with Ira, a professional in every respect. Was always the first to offer his help and words of encouragement. I will miss his calls, our brief chats and invites to breakfast. God Bless You, Rest in Peace.
Harvey Covell (Kernersville, NC)

I worked with Ira at NAPA Balkamp in the early 1960's. I admired and respected Ira for his hard work and for his honest approach in dealing with the employees under his charge.
May the good Lord be with his family during these sad times.
Steve Strawder Col AUS (Ret) Bonita Springs Fl

May joy soon replace the sorrow that's in your heart, with cherished memories.

Ira was a special individual who touched so many in a positive way. His easy going manner and quick smile made him easy to love. His loyalty to his family, friends and Company truly set an example for everyone he met-myself included. My thoughts and prayers are with Gracie, the kids and grandchildren. The world has truly lost a shining light.

Gracie, Richard, Terri, and have
my deepest sympathy. Ira has been one of my best
friends for 43 years. Ira and I worked together with NAPA Balkamp
for years. He always had good things to say about everyone
and always talked about his family. He will truly be missed.


Ira's Obituaries

Ira Eugene Johnson passed away peacefully on January 1, 2013 at Moses Cone Hospital, and went on to his eternal home in Heaven.Born on March 26, 1929 in Anderson, AL, Ira moved to Indianapolis IN at a young age. He served in the Army during the Korean War as a tank gunner Sergeant with the 89th...

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