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 James Oliver “Hoss” Johnson

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James Oliver “Hoss” Johnson

Birth
Death
1 Nov 1987 (aged 78)
Burial
Montpelier, Clay County, Mississippi, USA
Memorial ID
45608680 View Source

Printed in the Houston Times Post dated November 4 1987

James Oliver "Hoss" Johnson, age 78 of Pine Bluff Community near Mantee, died Sunday, November 1 at Houston Community Hospital. Funeral services were held Tuesday, November 3 at Houston Funeral Home Chapel. Burial was in Pine Bluff Cemetery with the Rev. Stanley Williams and the Rev. Leslie Dodson officiating.

The son of the late Richard Johnson and the late Carl Johnson, he was born in Webster County and had lived most of his life in Clay County. He was a retired heavy equipment contractor and was a member of Pine Bluff Baptist Church.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Jewel Cross Johnson of Pine Bluff Community; one daughter, Mrs. Olivia Bernard of Pheba; two grandchildren and five great grandchildren.

Pallbearers were Billy Joe Wright, John Crowley, Vern McNeel, Donald Moore, Lamar Dendy and Dan Vaughn.

Houston Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements

Printed in the Houston Times Post dated November 4 1987

James Oliver "Hoss" Johnson, age 78 of Pine Bluff Community near Mantee, died Sunday, November 1 at Houston Community Hospital. Funeral services were held Tuesday, November 3 at Houston Funeral Home Chapel. Burial was in Pine Bluff Cemetery with the Rev. Stanley Williams and the Rev. Leslie Dodson officiating.

The son of the late Richard Johnson and the late Carl Johnson, he was born in Webster County and had lived most of his life in Clay County. He was a retired heavy equipment contractor and was a member of Pine Bluff Baptist Church.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Jewel Cross Johnson of Pine Bluff Community; one daughter, Mrs. Olivia Bernard of Pheba; two grandchildren and five great grandchildren.

Pallbearers were Billy Joe Wright, John Crowley, Vern McNeel, Donald Moore, Lamar Dendy and Dan Vaughn.

Houston Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements


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