OBITUARY

Johnson Dustin Womble

June 24, 1980July 2, 2018
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No eye has seen, no ear had heard, no mind has conceived what God has prepared for those who love him. 1 Corinthians 2:9 Dustin was met at Heaven's gate on Monday, July 2nd by his Savior, one unborn sibling, and his beloved grandparents, Homer & Cornelia Johnson. Funeral service for Johnson Dustin Womble, age 38, of Childersburg were held on Sunday, July 8, 2018 at 2PM at Curtis and Son Childersburg Chapel with the Rev. Ronnie Forbus officiating. Music was performed by Jake Gibson and April Massey Sargent. Visitation was from 12 - 2PM for his many friends and loving family. Dustin proudly served in the Army National Guard and loved being outdoors, fishing, gardening, the sport of boxing, body building, and he was an excellent cook. He is survived by his parents: Johnny and Debra Womble, Frances and David Blake, sister: Heather Smith and her husband Jeff, brothers: David Ray Blake, Shane Bailey and his wife Lisa, grandmothers: Mary Massey, Janet Berry, 11 nieces and nephews, one great nephew and too many friends to count.

Services

  • Funeral Service Sunday, July 8, 2018
  • Visitation Sunday, July 8, 2018
REMEMBERING

Johnson Dustin Womble

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Logan Drawhorn

December 6, 2018

Dustin Womble, was not my blood brother ,Yet, we was close enough that we might as well been blood brothers. I look at him as more of a true blood brother more than I do my own blood brothers. He was there for me when i had no one else. Also, I honestly do not only look at him as a brother but a god-father, and also ,A Guardian Angel. It hurts to see ,a very special beloved soul/human-being, to lay to rest especially the way he had passed. He was so much of a character, he was loved by so many. He had so many loved family members, and friends that considered him family his passing has changed so many of our lives; that life is never going to be the same without him. My brother Dustin was never seen without a smile, he was always brightening everyone's day no matter what he done everything in his power to be sure that everyone was happy ,and having a good time reguardless of the day or what was going on. He was a loving father ,son ,brother ,and just a loving-loved family member and friend, no matter what he always looked out for anyone even would go out of his way for you even if he did not know you just because he was a such great ,and big hearted person. He never did nothing to hurt anyone. Just look out ,and helped stear you in the right direction cause he cared about anyone and everyone he would do for others before he did for himself. Dustin was an unbelievable miracle to this life.

Brooke Richey

September 24, 2018

You will always be loved and never forgotten! You are survived by a beautiful daughter. Love always and forever!

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Biography

No eye has seen, no ear had heard, no mind has conceived what God has prepared for those who love him. 1 Corinthians 2:9 Dustin was met at Heaven's gate on Monday, July 2nd by his Savior, one unborn sibling, and his beloved grandparents, Homer & Cornelia Johnson. Funeral service for Johnson Dustin Womble, age 38, of Childersburg were held on Sunday, July 8, 2018 at 2PM at Curtis and Son Childersburg Chapel with the Rev. Ronnie Forbus officiating. Music was performed by Jake Gibson and April Massey Sargent. Visitation was from 12 - 2PM for his many friends and loving family. Dustin proudly served in the Army National Guard and loved being outdoors, fishing, gardening, the sport of boxing, body building, and he was an excellent cook. He is survived by his parents: Johnny and Debra Womble, Frances and David Blake, sister: Heather Smith and her husband Jeff, brothers: David Ray Blake, Shane Bailey and his wife Lisa, grandmothers: Mary Massey, Janet Berry, 11 nieces and nephews, one great nephew and too many friends to count.