Johnny-Middleton-Obituary

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Johnny Eugene Middleton

Beaver, Utah

Sep 28, 1949 – Oct 4, 2020 (Age 71)

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BORN
September 28, 1949
DIED
October 4, 2020
AGE
71
LOCATION
Beaver, Utah

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Johnny Eugene Middleton was an incredible man. He was so full of life, with his family being most important in his life. He worked every day to make sure he gave his all to anyone who came into his life. His father was James Eugene Middleton and his mother was Jewell Polk. They taught him that nothing in life is free and if you want something bad enough you get down in the dirt and work for it. This helped shape him into the kind man he became. He worked in the cotton fields of Bakersfield, California. Then he joined the Army at 17 and vowed to never work in the cotton field again. He served his country for 4 years during the Vietnam War. He married Dione Fitzgerald, who had a daughter Judy Wood, that John adopted. They had 4 children together; Irene Middleton, James Middleton, Ruby Middleton and Janice Feaster, along with Isabell Mejia (unofficial adopted daughter). He started his own security company.


Johnny passed away at age 71. He is survived by his 5 children; Irene Middleton of Beaver, Isabel Mejia (Javier), Judy Wood Santiago (Dennis), James Middleton and Janice Feaster (Ben) all of Bakersfield, CA; along with 14 grandchildren.


A graveside service will be held on Tuesday October 13, 2020 at 2:00 pm at the Utah Veterans Cemetery. A viewing will be held that morning from 9:00 – 10:00 am at Southern Utah Mortuary (195 N. 200 W. Beaver, UT.) under the direction of Southern Utah Mortuary. Online condolences can be sent to www.sumortuary.com

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This man was an amazing man, one that noone will ever find again, you may have not been my biological grandpa, but to me you were grandpa. I love you & miss you so much, I wish I could have been there before you had to be called home, to hear one more joke to see one more smile to get one more of those warming hugs. Unfortunately I didn't get to, I'll never forget the times we've had ill cherish them forever grandpa but until we all see each other again please look after each and every...