Richard Lee Johnson

November 23, 2011

Richard lee Johnson 76, passed away under the care of Hospice this November 23, 2011 in New Port Richey.
Richard was a resident of Holiday Florida. He was born in Urbana, Ohio. Richard served 20 loyal years in the United States Navy. He was a Vietnam Veteran . He retired in 1973 and moved to Corry Penn. While in Pennsylvania he worked for Cooper Energy Services and Welch’s food. He retired to Florida where he enjoyed camping, fishing and the great outdoors. He was a member of St. Timothys Lutheran Church in Tarpon Springs Fl. and an associate member of St. Pauls Lutheran Church in Corry Penn. He was a practical joker and loved having fun with his family.
He leaves behind his wife Cecelia of 54 years , 5 daughters Cheryl, Suzette, Michelle, Angela, and Chasity 2 sons Richard Jr., and John C., 16 grandchildren Michael, Jenniffer, Ryan, Brian, Samantha, Pandora, Zachary, Tatiana, Joshua, C. Sam , Shawn, Charlton, Kenneth, Dakotah, Amber, Cody, and 7 great grandchildren, Tyler, Trent, Matthew, Makayla, Emily, Jayla, and Isabelle. He was also a dedicated foster parent of many wonderful children. He will be greatly missed by his Loving family and friends.
In lieu of flowers  please make a donation to Wounded Warriors, American Cancer Society, Hospice, or St Timothy’s Church in Tarpon Springs, Florida.

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  • Richard Johnson Posted November 30, 2011 11:53 am


    Words can not express my love for you and how deeply you will be missed.You and Mom where alway there for us when we needed you most…I know you will alway be with us,I am part of you and you will live on.Love you! Rich

  • Cecelia Johnson Posted May 7, 2012 5:35 pm


    I’m slowly adjusting to life without you, I feel so lost.  It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do.  I thank God that He bought you into my life for 54 years.  So along with the tears, there are smiles just remembering you and the sweet and funny things you did.  I could’ve not asked for a better husband. The children couldn’t ask for a better father.  If success were measured by how much one was loved, you were a giant!
                                           I will loveyou forever,  “Cindy”

  • Robert R Catlin Posted April 23, 2019 1:01 am

    What a great man friend and 2nd Dad. Thank you both for helpibg me with my dad. I will never forget you holding me up when he past and the words you gave us. See you in heaven
    Love always and forever

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