John Wesley Floyd

September 2, 1956April 2, 2021

John Wesley Floyd, 64, died Friday, April 2, 2021 at Piedmont Columbus Regional following a short Illness.

A Celebration of his life will be Wednesday April 7, 2021 at 3:00 PM in Edgewood Hall at Striffler-Hamby Mortuary, Columbus, GA with a visitation before and following the service.

John was a devoted husband, father, brother and uncle. He served fifteen and half years in the U.S. Army and many years in the Boy Scouts. He was loved by many.

He leaves behind his wife, Sandra Nolleen; son, Patrick; two daughters, Cindi (Audrian) and Amber; two brothers, Joe and David; one sister, Sherry and too many family and friends to name.

He will be missed by many here in Columbus, Willacoochee-his hometown and Green cove Springs, FL.


  • Sandra Nolleen, Wife
  • Patrick, Son
  • Cindi ((Audrian)), Daughter
  • Amber, Daughter
  • Joe, Brother
  • David, Brother
  • Sherry, Sister


  • A Celebration of John's Life

    Wednesday, April 7, 2021


John Wesley Floyd

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John Parker

April 6, 2021

I've been involved with scouting in the Chattahoochee council since 2012. In looking back I couldn't begin to count all the times I would look around and see John there, either as a participant or a volunteer. John was a true inspiration to many he came in contact with and will be missed.

Allen Parker

Earnest Grimes

April 6, 2021

To me, John was the epitome of Scouting. He taught me so much in just being John. I will miss you, my friend.

Lora Taft

April 5, 2021

The first time I met John was at WoodBadge, but it could have been at another Boy Scouts of American event. John was someone I would go to for advice. He was so kind and sweet. When I became the Council Commissioner, and John was a District Commissioner, I was happy to work alongside him. My heart is sad to lose a good friend and fellow scouter. John, you can now work your ticket in heaven. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Constance Lewis

April 5, 2021

I offer my most sincere and heartfelt condolences to you and your family during this most difficult time. Keep and cherish the memories close in heart and thought as they will always be with you.

Rhonda Collins

April 5, 2021

I worked with John at Brown and Adams. I was a legal secretary. John was a kind, thoughtful and gentle man. He was taken from this life too early and I am sorry for your loss. He will be missed. I would visit Brown and Adams periodically and John and I would talk about retirement. I retired in 2014. I was so hoping he could retire, but God had a different kind of retirement planned for him. May he forever be with Jesus. Rhonda Collins