Hollis Johnson

Born: Sun., Feb. 12, 1922
Died: Sat., Nov. 24, 2018


Visitation

10:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Tue., Nov. 27, 2018
Location: A.E. Carter Funeral Home


Funeral Service

12:00 PM Tue., Nov. 27, 2018
Location: A.E. Carter Funeral Home Chapel


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Hollis Johnson, age 96 died November 24, 2018.  The family will receive friends on Tuesday, November 27 from 10AM until Noon.  The funeral service will be held at Noon in the chapel of A.E. Carter Funeral Home.  Another visitation and service will be held in Albany on Wednesday, November 28 with the committal service at Crown Hill Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers, the family asks that memorials be made to the Wounded Warriors Foundation at https://support.woundedwarriorproject.org

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LINDA & KEN CARLTON
   Posted Mon November 26, 2018
You all are so Blessed to have had such and amazing man for a Papa.
He was special to us, as all of you are. We love and support each of you in your loss.
Sincerely
Linda & Ken Carlton

Allen Wheeler
   Posted Mon November 26, 2018
Brian,Konda,Hollan ,Gracie and entire family, Sandra and I are so sorry for your loss. Please know you all are in our prayers and may God bedtow His comfort and peace on you all.

Gary Hollis & Bobbie Callaway
   Posted Tue November 27, 2018
May God surround his loving, comforting arm's around each one of you during this time of sadness of the loss of your loved one.

Gary Hollis & Bobbie Callaway

Harriet Futch
   Posted Tue November 27, 2018
I can say it now to all, but Hollis always knew he was my favorite. My first memory was seeing Uncle Hollis running across an open field from his train which was going north to my train which was headed south from Fort Knox, Kentucky. I always thought it was a miracle that our trains stopped so baby sister, my mom Glynn, and her baby brother, Uncle Holiis, could stop in the middle of wartime, 1944, and laugh and hug. He and Dolly continued to be important in my life.

I would have never thought I would miss his funeral, but my Henry is quite ill and I just could not make the trip. Beyond Blessed to have been Uncle Hollis' neice.

Harriet Futch
125 Drew Lane
Wando, Sc 29492

Tony
   Posted Fri November 30, 2018
Dear Johnson Family,

I would like to send my condolences. It can be extremely difficult to lose a loved one. That is why I wanted to share the hope found in the bible, the hope of the resurrection. Jesus stated at John 5:28,29 "The hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will come out." And at Revelation 21:3,4 it states that there will be a time when "...death will be no more."
These scriptures give us hope for the future as respects to our dead loved ones. Those scriptures have brought comfort to me and I hope it does the same for your family. For more comforting words, please visit JW.org.

With Love,
Tony

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