Randall Edward Johnson • February 14, 2022

Randall Edward Johnson, 71, of Panama City Beach, Florida, formerly of Dothan, Alabama, passed away at Bay Medical Center of Panama City, Florida. He attended Wallace College of Dothan, and served in the Alabama Army National Guard from 1970-1975. He then spent 40 years in the Commercial Laundry business, and was employed by Ace Hardware of Panama City Beach, Florida, at the time of death.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Elmer and Jewel Johnson of Dothan, Alabama.

He is survived by his siblings, Betty (Paul) Arnold, of Orange Beach, Alabama and Elmer (Linda) Johnson of Dothan, Alabama; former wife, Shirley Davis, of Moultrie, Georgia and their children, Jayna (Keith) Sumerlin and Jolie (Paulo) Vargas ,also of Moultrie, Georgia; and 4 grandchildren.

He is also survived by his current wife, Marilyn Johnson of Panama City Beach, Florida; and stepchildren, Mark (Mila) Dewberry of Eufaula, Alabama and Michelle (Russell) Philips of Toney, Alabama; 6 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.

A graveside service is scheduled Friday, February 18, 2022 at 2:30PM at Pensacola Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home of Pensacola, Florida, after a viewing at 1:30PM in the funeral home chapel.

Pensacola Memorial Gardens and Funeral Home of Pensacola is in charge of the arrangements.

  1. Lori Jackson Hughes says:

    I am so sorry to hear about Randall’s passing. He was my mother’s first cousin and I have fond memories of him as I was growing up and visiting Superior Cleaners. Prayers are with you all!

  2. Sondee Johnson says:

    Prayers for the family. Randall was such a great person and we loved all his visits to California. His memory will live in our hearts.
    Sondee, Courtney and Taylor Johnson-Prescott, AZ.

  3. Diana Johnson says:

    Some of my favorite memories of Randall were visiting with my cousin, Noreen, and driving the back roads of Georgia & Alabama delivering laundry. I don’t know if I ever got over the smell of the tabacco company though! We loved going to Panama City Beach too! He always made us laugh and teased us. He will be missed.

  4. Jennifer Coe Rolen says:

    I’m so sorry the World will no longer have Randall’s presence & his humor, but he will live on in our hearts. I’ve known him since we were babies @ Lafayette St Methodist in Dothan. He laughed at many things & was a good audience to other’s jokes. A kind hearted friend I will always treasure
    Thanks for the memories Randall 🥰

  5. Rick Grigsby says:

    We were great friends in high school. Played football together at DHS. He was always ready for a joke and a laugh. Condolences to all of his loved ones.

  6. Andy,Myra says:

    I could not ask for a better friend and brother in law. We will meet one day again. We will always keep you in our hearts. Love and miss you

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