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Glenn Lee Johnson

Glenn Lee Johnson, age 66 of Springfield, went to his heavenly home to be with the Lord and Barb, his loving wife of 27 years, who preceded him in death. Glenn was born on May 22, 1953 to Billie J. (Black) Johnson and Wallace E. Johnson of Park Hills, who also preceded him in death. Glenn is survived by his loving wife Samantha Dollar Johnson of Springfield; three siblings: his brother Ray, and two sisters, Susie and Laura; three children, Collin, Tonya, and Debbie; and many grandchildren whom he loved dearly. He had many more friends and family members whom he loved. Glenn served his country in the U.S. Army, where he was a mechanic. He also had a cedar business and was an excellent carpenter, wood craftsman, jewelry maker and antique collector. He had other talents, too numerous to list. Glenn Lee Johnson was a brilliant man who had a free spirit, a man filled with love and understanding - "The Wise One," his wife Samantha called him. Glenn was limitless, a man who was able to make a good living with little to nothing to start with. Glenn was a devoted and loving husband, father and grandfather. He will be missed and will forever remain in our hearts. A memorial service with full military honors will be held at 1:00 p.m., Tuesday, October 1, 2019 at Adams Funeral Home, Ozark.

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Funeral Home Owner Feb 9 2021 12:00 AM

Cedar man

Cheryl Degraffenreid Nov 9 2020 12:00 AM

Gllen was very special man always smile on his face

Cheryl Degraffenreid Nov 9 2020 12:00 AM

Last comment was to the nurse, who didnt know anything except one side. Roy loved his brother very much and only wanted to mourn his loss.

Angela Hawkins Oct 6 2019 12:00 AM

Its truly shameful that you would comment on a situation that you only know one side. Nobody wanted anything but to mourn the loss of our loved one. We were denied before death and after death. It makes you bitter and angry. His children were denied much in his life, they only wanted a normal way to grieve the dad they wish he was. Its easy to act a certain way when its only months of being there.

Angela Hawkins Oct 6 2019 12:00 AM

Well Is it Joyce or Roy. You can't even comment without absurd spelling errors yet you want to chastise someone for theirs. I've told her to give you money hungry pieces of shit everything you want bc then you'll leave her alone. But that isn't what Glenn wanted. Where the hell have y'all been the last year or longer? Not with him except when your stealing from him so please stop trying to play the martyr. If I need to break down these big words I can. Grow the hell up and move on. Glenn was smart, kind, and loveable. Of course you never heard him called the wise one, you haven't been around. Even in death you seek to ruin his memory. It's a sad day that this is what his death has come down to and even sadder he told me you would all do this. I encouraged him to reach out to you all but he said "why? They haven't been here for me all this time, what's the point now. I have all I need and the people that care about me here now. " I've been a nurse many years and see this crap all the time. The "real family always shows up in the end to try and get what they can. One last selfish attempt to try to take what's not yours. Glen may you Rest In Peace not having to deal with that coward anymore or any of the rest of them.

Lynn Oct 1 2019 12:00 AM

boy are u nuts u sure dont know the whole story. but u cant fix stupidits shameful the way u took care of my brother or contaced me u cant even spell my name right and i am his only brother stupied karma coming get ready shamefullllllll

roy johnson Sep 29 2019 12:00 AM

All of you need to quit calling,each other names and, quit worrying about what who is gonna get smart or ,glean Johnson was a good human being,who actually cared about people and anyone who is worried about money or property is not hear to pay respect to,a good man and human being and,always treated people,with the same respect and goodness they gave him,and,anyone who says dissent is living I,will,miss Glen a great deal,and will,always love him,like family because as far Advil concerned he is my family and the world is a worse place with him not in it glean I love you brother God's speed and I hope you are sitting up there with barb. Where I know you want to be ! Wish we would have had more time together,but I know you are in a better place goodbye brother I will always miss you greatly!!!!

Mike Sep 28 2019 12:00 AM

Amy could you contact me on messenger or facebook. I really need to speak with you. Thanks lady

Angi Hawkins Sep 28 2019 12:00 AM

Thats Glenn's brother saying that and I'm very proud to call him family. True family

Angi Hawkins Sep 28 2019 12:00 AM

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