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Andrew Johnson, Jr.
August 4, 1964 ~ January 7, 2024 (age 59) 59 Years Old
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Andrew Johnson Jr., a man known for his kind heart and brilliant mind, passed away peacefully on January 7, 2024, at Southeast Health Medical Center. Born on August 4, 1964, in Barbour County, Alabama, Andrew lived a life marked by dedication, love, and service. His passing was the result of natural causes, and it left a void in the hearts of those who knew him.
Andrew's journey through life was one of learning and craftsmanship. He spent some time studying at Wallace College before finding his calling at Fortis College, where he became a certified electrician. His skills extended beyond the electrical; he was also an excellent carpenter, a trade that allowed him to touch many lives through the homes and projects he worked on.
Family was the cornerstone of Andrew's world. He is survived by his son, Kevon Johnson, his daughter: Tabitha Lee who was the pride and joy of his life. Andrew's caring nature extended to his dear friend, Audrey Johnson, and a host of godchildren, stepchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives who felt his love and generosity. His lifelong friendships with Reginald Jones, Willie (Edon) Kelly, Richard Bailey, Larry Carroll, Barbara Ann Johnson, Darlene Hayes, and Queen (William) McClendon were akin to family ties, with each friend holding a special place in his heart. His cousin, Hattie Pugh, was particularly dear to him. And special cousin: Mildred (Wayne) Calhoun
Andrew's commitment to his community was evident in his active participation at the South Park Church of Christ. He was a faithful member who invested his time and energy into the church's mission until his health began to decline. His presence in the congregation was a testament to his belief in serving others and his desire to make a positive impact on those around him.
Those who knew Andrew will remember him for his kind gestures and thoughtful ways. He was a man who put intelligence into action, always seeking to help and uplift others. His spirit of generosity knew no bounds, and he often put the needs of others before his own.