Stanley Edward Johnson

May 2, 1955May 9, 2012

Stanley (“Stan”) Edward Johnson, 57, passed on Wed., May 9th, 2012. He was born on May 2nd, 1955. Stan was a graduate of Allen Jay High School. After graduation, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corp. Stan has been a valued employee of Old Dominion Freight Line for over 15 years. Stan was an avid golfer and when not working, he could always be found on the golf course. Stan was preceded in death by his parents, Reece and Peggy Johnson. He is survived by his son, Kevin, daughter-in-law, Debbie, and two beloved grandchildren, Tre and Morgan Johnson from High Point, NC. One brother, Gary Johnson, from High Point, NC. One sister, Debbie Spears , from Wilmington, NC and 5 nieces and nephews. Stan was deeply loved and will be greatly missed by all of his friends and family. Visitation will be at Sechrest Funeral Home on 1301 East Lexington Ave., High Point, NC on Sun., May 13th from 6 – 8 PM. A graveside service will be held at Smith Grove Baptist Church on 2707 Sandy Ridge Rd., Colfax, NC on Mon., May 14th at 11 AM.


  • Visitation Sunday, May 13, 2012
  • Graveside Service Monday, May 14, 2012

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John Wall

May 20, 2012

I will definantly miss you my friend. Always will remember you and the good times. Because there were never any bad ones. My condolences to you Kevin and your family. The world has lost a Great man. And a dear friend.

May 18, 2012

I just can't believe that when my phone rings that Stan is not on the other end of the phone. Our friendship was indeed very special.We shared our problems sorrows and a lot of laughter. I say to myself and God that things should not be this way,but looking again I see that things are just as they should be. love you and miss you ..your reply would be ..Ditto..Deann


May 18, 2012

As an new and nervous OD driver in 2005, I met Stan on my 1st run to Greensboro. His patient and light-hearted instruction got me through it. Always hoped Stan was on duty when ever I went there and disappointed when he was not. Great Guy, will miss him in this life - looking forward to seeing him in the next.

Hank Cashwell

May 16, 2012

We just want to express to Kevin and his family how much we all loved Stan. He made us smile, laugh and enjoy his friendship at all the golf outings! He was one of the most kind men with a gentle spirit, not to mention also a great golfer. Hank and A.T. will truly miss him at the golf outings as will I. But I want to say to Kevin, you are much like your Dad and so we look forward to being with you again and fondly remember "Stan the Man" together today and always! May our God above give you strength and peace as you move through the days ahead. We are lifting your family up in our prayers!
We love you,
Hank & Patti, A.T. and Chelsea Cashwell

Dean Wagoner

May 14, 2012

Stanley and I have been good friends since childhood. We shared a lot of fun times together. Thanks for all the memories Scoop!! You will always live in our hearts and prayers.

May 14, 2012

Stan was a good friend and co-worker, he kept me laughing at his crazy women's reading glasses. Everytime that I look at my reading glasses I will remember Stan. Also when I look at the Carolina and Duke games I will remember you are still pulling for Carolina and I will be pulling for Duke. Will miss you bunches Stan!!! Thought and Prayers go out to the family.

Mary Campbell Gbo

May 14, 2012

I served in the Marine Corps with Stan from 1974-1978. We called him Scoop. We rode the USS Nimitz on it's maiden cruise in 1975 with VMFA 333. I met his son Kevin yesterday on 5/13. He will be missed. Semper Fidelis! Jim (Dennis) Marion

Note: If any of our Marine friends see this please contact me at 336-681-5931

May 14, 2012

Stan and I started with OD around the same time... Very good friend and co -worker....My prayers are with his family.."Gravy" you'll be missed...
Blake Ward

bill mccue

May 14, 2012

best dispatcher ever all us truck drivers will miss you well see you in heaven again miss you

Melvin Auman

May 13, 2012

I just wanted to express my condolences to the family. Stanley and I shared a lot of good times in school. Our time together taking Electronics at Ragsdale will be forever in my memory.

Melvin Auman