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GRAVESIDE FUNERAL SERVICE & INTERMENT:Sunday, October 24, 20211:00 P.M. Jerusalem Church CemeteryPorter RoadEarly Branch, South Carolina 29916 If you are feeling ill and/or have health considerations, we suggest that you remember our beloved "Frank" as he was. Due to inadequate internet connection, we will not be able to live stream the Graveside Service. Washington’s Funeral Home endeavors to promote social distancing at the gravesite as well. We request that you wear facial masks during the service. Thank you in advance
Pastor Bethenia Brown, EulogistElder Bennie Green, Officiating
Frank Johnson was born December 31, 1968, to Frankie Lee Johnson and the late Mrs. Rumell Davis Johnson. He received the summon of His Maker on Tuesday, October 19, 2021, at his residence in Cummings, S.C.
Frank was a 1987 graduate of Wade Hampton High School, Varnville, S.C. Thereafter, he pursued his dream of funeral service graduating in 1994 from Gupton Jones College of Mortuary Science, Atlanta, Georgia. While attending college, Frank shadowed Ernie J. Washington. Sr. as he learned the art of funeral service. Upon completion of college, he began his career at Washington’s Funeral Home as an apprentice funeral director and embalmer. Frank was employed for over thirty years with Washington’s. He completed his apprenticeship training and became an established and trusted employee. He loved his job and was lovingly called Frank Johnson Washington and Congressman Frank Johnson.
Affectionately known as “FJ” and “Johnson”, he enjoyed many things. His joys were: cooking (making his famous potato salad); watching his favorite football team (the Washington Redskins); and singing (“I Won’t Complain”).
Frank was preceded in death by his mother, Ruemell Johnson; his sister, Willa Mae Davis; and his brother, Frank Johnson.
He leaves to cherish fond memories his father, Frankie Lee (Earline) Johnson of Varnville, S.C.; (2) Sisters: Margaret (Leroy) Williams and Albertha (Kenneth) Green, all of Cummings, S.C.; (3) Brothers: David Davis of the home, Rozzer Lee (Sherry) Davis of Cummings, S.C. and Kenneth L. Davis of Orangeburg, S.C.; (1) Great great grand Aunt; (2) Great aunts; (5) Aunts; (2) Uncles; (11) Nieces; (9) Nephews; (25) grand nieces and nephews; (4) great grandnieces; A host of cousins and other relatives; His extended Washington Family, Class of 1987, and a special cousin and best friend, Jamie Crittington.
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