Johnson Funeral Home

2685 Henderson Dr, Jacksonville, NC


Ronald Edward Crosby

September 8, 1961July 16, 2019

Ronald Edward Crosby, age 57, of Hubert, North Carolina passed away on Tuesday July 16, 2019.


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Larry Reagan

July 22, 2019

As time goes by family and friend seem to grow apart but the memories of Ron will always be there. I always enjoyed running around and camping and swimming on the state in Maryland. Our thoughts and prayers go out to family and friends. Ron you will be missed
Larry and Edie Reagan

Rudy Reagan

July 19, 2019

I have many fond memories of Ron growing up. He would spend several weeks with us each summer. We fished in the pond behind the house, went swimming in Sullivan's pond, and took long walks in the fields.
It was a big deal to walk to Dots Store for a bottle of pop.
Thinking back life was simple having fun and just being kids. I miss those days.
Our thoughts and prayers are with him and our family. Lovingly, Rudy and Linda

Connie Trenker

July 19, 2019

We also would like to offer our sympathies to the family. I guess my memories of Ron was more as a child than an adult. Life took us in different directions. But shortly after Ron was born, he moved back to the Reagan household with Judy's Mom and Dad and family. And let me tell you he was a force to be reckoned with daily. His feet hit the floor running every morning and he was hard to keep up with. He was a typical little guy with a twinkle in his eye and mischief on on his mind. You never knew what he was going to do next. But the cutest thing he did was call his Mom by her first name Judy for years. Tammy followed the same practice. Not sure when that changed. Loved that kid. Memory from Aunt Connie and Bob

Rodney & Kathi Reagan

July 18, 2019

Heartfelt love and sympathy to Terri Lynn, Levi, Dylan, Tammy, Monty, Grant, and Susan. We had many laughs and valuable family times in past years.
Ron was a very talented stone mason and artist. He had a quick wit and enjoyed a good joke. He loved all of you very much.
We will remember the twinkle in his eye and the happy times, the camping trips , ramp foraging , sausage gravy and card playing. We hope you do too and smile.
We love you all and feel the loss you are sharing.

Rodney , Kathi Reagan and Family