Mrs. Elma Ree Johnson of Ozark, passed away Monday, June 4, 2018 at Dale Medical Center. She was 91.
Funeral services will be 11:00 a.m. Friday, June 8, 2018 in the Earl Bankston Memorial Chapel of Fuqua-Bankston Funeral Home with Elder Larry Wheeler officiating. The family will receive friends one hour prior to services. Burial will follow in Woodlawn Memory Gardens.
Memorial Contributions may be made to Ozark Primitive Baptist Church.
Mrs. Johnson worked with the Bank of Ozark for over 28 years where she was Vice President and comptroller. She also served on the banks Board of Directors. She loved gardening and fishing. She was preceded in death by her husband, Paul L. Johnson in 2005.
She is survived by sons, Henderson Franklin Johnson, II (Gina), and Howard W. Johnson; Grandchildren, Paul Waco Johnson (Mandi), Henderson Franklin "Bo" Johnson, III (Megan);
Great Grandchildren, Kolby Johnson, Tyler Johnson, Hank Johnson and Marlie Johnson.
I never knew Ms. Elma Johnson personally but I just watched an episode that was aired on YouTube. She TOUCHED my heart. I just wanted to say CONDOLENCES to her family, friends and loved ones. May her BEAUTIFUL soul Rest In Peace.
Tonnette FosterBrooklyn, NY
Ms. Ree was a true Southern Belle. A wonderful person, great cook, great gardener and she loved God, family & friends with her whole heart. I will miss her and fried crunchy corn bread:)
Phyllis B BerryWinter Garden, FL
Sis. Ree Johnson was a saint of God and a dear and precious soul. During my call to the ministry, I filled in as a supply minister on many occasions at Ozark Primitive Baptist Church, in Ozark, AL. I was a guest in her home many times, but she always made me feel like I was one of her family. Sis. Ree was faithful to God and a pillar of her church. She was an excellent student of the Bible and I enjoyed talking Scriptures with her. I am thankful for the privilege of having known this dear, kind soul. I am confident her faith is now sight.
Elder Jason DealBristol, GA
Mrs Ree was a wonderful lady. She will be missed. Thoughts and prayers with the family
The Chandler Family
Donnie ChandlerMidland City, AL
Steel Magnolia—A woman who exemplifies both traditional femininity and an uncommon fortitude. Aunt Ree was that and so much more. Gone from sight but forever in our hearts. Sorry to miss. Love to all.
Manley & Mary LoisUpperville, VA
SORRY TO HEAR THE PASSING OF MRS. JOHNSON SHE WAS A VERY SWEET AND WONDERFUL PERSON
R.I.P. you kind , caring,and gentle soul.
Mary AkridgeDothan,, AL