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Johnson Funeral Home

2685 Henderson Dr, Jacksonville, NC

OBITUARY

Robert Lee Johnson

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Robert Lee Johnson, 57, of Swansboro, went to be with the Lord on October 11, 2019 after a three month long battle with cancer. He fought hard but passed surrounded by his loving family.

A great daddy, son, brother, and uncle, wonderful Papa, avid fisherman, and there was no outboard boat motor he couldn’t fix.

He is preceded in death by his father Lester L. Johnson and his stepfather William T. Williamson. He is survived by his daughter Marinah N. Johnson and fiancée Timothy Paiva, son Derek Sutton and fiancée Kristina Sovak, grandson Walker B. Paiva, his mother Mary Williamson, sister Carolyn Norris, brother Rodger Johnson, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Not to forget his forever “honey” Crystal Chapman.

We love you 4 life Papa. Our angel.

Services

  • Memorial Service Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Memories

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Heather Bragg

October 12, 2019

Such a wonderful man. Robert would do anything for anybody. He had so many random facts, he could tell you the in’s and outs of just about anything, especially if it involved the ocean. All he talked about was his pride and joy, Walker. He used to always tell me how he didn’t want him to grow up fast, but that he just wanted him to be old enough to take him fishing and to ride out on the beach in his truck, I’m pretty sure he mentioned that he has already bought him his first real fishing pole. It just doesn’t make sense, how the world changed in 3 months. He will be missed and never ever forgotten.

Allisa Johnson

October 12, 2019

You will truly be missed little brother. I remember all those nights we all got together and played cards when Roger and I lived on the White Oak River. Your infectious laugh. And the time I drew your blood and you passed out and scared me so bad. Rest in Peace.

Valerie Bransdorfer

October 12, 2019

The best part of my childhood was spent in Swansboro and Robert was a big part of that. My best memory was sleeping over and when Mama Mary & Tommy went to bed me and Robert would sneak over to the store there at the marina to grab ourselves Mountain Dews and bags of candy. We would sit on the floor eating and talking for hours til we got tired and eventually caught.

I'm grateful,
Valerie Peebles

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