Marion "Tommy" Johnson
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Owen Funeral Home - Dixie Highway
5317 Dixie Highway
Louisville, KY
Marion "Tommy" Johnson

Louisville - Marion Thomas Johnson "Tommy", 76, passed away on September 20, 2021.

He retired from Pepsi Cola and was in the Army Reserves. Tommy was a diehard Kentucky Fan.

Tommy was preceded in death by his parents Marion and Stella Johnson and his niece Ann Mattingly.

He is survived by his sister's Wanda Jenkins and Billie Dowell and several nieces and nephews. Tommy will be greatly missed.

Graveside services will be held 11:00 A.M. Saturday at the Bethany Cemetery. The Owen Funeral Home 5317 Dixie Hwy. are handling arrangements.





Published by Courier-Journal from Sep. 22 to Sep. 23, 2021.
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Graveside service
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Bethany Cemetery
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I will always remember all of the good times that we shared at Pepsi and how he always picked me up when it snowed. We always went to the Pepsi dances together and danced the night away. We loved listening to the Monarch's and having many fun times together. We will all miss him and cherish his memory. Remembering his family in my prayers.
Linda Ising
September 24, 2021
I met Tommy as a coworker at Pepsi-cola. He made fun out of work with his silly and playful attitude. I ran into him occasionally at Kroger and we would catch up on our friends at work, talk about how he was enjoying his retirement and his mom. I haven´t seen him in a while and have often wondered about him. I´m sorry his family has lost him and pray for peace for each of them.
Karen Martin
Work
September 23, 2021
My best Pepsi memories are of Tommy. He sat beside me for many many years and I can say there was NEVER a boring day at Pepsi. I'd be working and all of a sudden get hit with a paper wad telling me I was being too serious! I laughed most days and he is what made work fun. He was very good to me over the years. He won a microwave at work and donated it to me; he won the hot air balloon ride in a jackpot and gave it to me for my birthday. Tommy was always very caring and kind. I hated that we lost contact after Pepsi, but I will cherish our Pepsi memories forevermore.
Karen Walls
Work
September 23, 2021
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