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Johnie E. WilsonJohnie E. Wilson, 62, of Amanda, passed away on Sunday, June 7, 2015 at Wexner Medical Center. Johnie was born on Apr. 22, 1953 in Reynoldsburg, Ohio and was the son of the late Robert and Dorothy (May) Wilson. He served his country in U.S. Army and received a bachelorâs degree in Electrical Engineering. He was a self employed electrician.
He is survived by a stepson, Lucas (Melissa) Tuttle of Clifton, TN; grandson, Brian, Trevor and Matthew and a granddaughter, B.J.; brother, Arthur Wilson of Florida; step sister, Alice Caudill of South Charleston; sister-in-law and companion, Carrie Wilson and nieces, Sharon and Valerie.
A cremation will take place and no services will be observed. His cremains will be buried at a later date.
Johnie you will be greatly missed. you where loved very much. GETTING TO KNOW YOU WAS INDEED A PLEASURE .your since of humor was well worth taking the time to know you. and with tears in my eyes I wish we could have had more time but it was not mean to be. so go rest high big guy your out of pain now. see you when the lord calls me home. until then I will take care of sue for you as best I can . love you always . Always in my heart and always on my mine.....
Betty Mechling Jun 12 2015 12:00 AM
you are gone to soon. you were a good man and i'm gad to have known you. I miss your jokes and pranks. I still have the back rat and will continue the tradition of messing with people like you always did. you are gone but never forgotten. prayers for aunt sue through this tragedy.
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Valerie Mechling Jun 12 2015 12:00 AM
Gone to soon... I will never forget you, you touched my heart in ways you will never know....your humor got me through some of the toughest moments , it was like you knew when I needed to smile... I pray you rest in peace now knowing you are missed and loved...
Sharon Merrill Jun 8 2015 12:00 AM
To all of Johnnies family and my sister Carrie Sue I am truly sorry to here of Johnnies passing I loved him he was a very caring person and will be missed by many sincerely Joyce Varney.
Joyce Varney Jun 8 2015 12:00 AM