Condolences for Louis Carter Johnson

Frank Timberlake posted on 1/16/21

He was Santa Claus and I was the Big Elf; tgat comes from a live Christmas Eve radio skit we did. We were friends before Linda and I got married. We stayed friends throughout the years. RIP old friend, Louis Johnson. You are missed. Would tgat I could be there.

 

Tracy Tarpey posted on 1/15/21

I wanted you to know how special Mr. Lewis was to our family. My dad and Lewis have been close friends for years...please know he was loved and will be missed. He was a kind soul with an infectious laugh and smile. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. I pray you find peace in knowing he is home. God speed.

 

Arlene Haigler posted on 1/15/21

I worked with Louis with the NCDA for many years. He was the epitome of a true southern gentleman. He was such a sweet person. Praying for the family.

 

Richard Vaughan posted on 1/14/21

Louis was a great guy and friend. He was very knowledgeable of the ag. industry and will be greatly missed.

 

JUANITA WILLIAMS posted on 1/14/21

My Daddy worked with Louis way back in the mid 60's and then I was fortunate to be a part of his family through school in the 70's. He was always kind and gentle to me and I have very fond memories of time with him and his family. We shared a special moment in a grocery store last year that I shall treasure. Prayers and love to the family.....

 

Dawn Ferguson posted on 1/13/21

Louis will be greatly missed. He was a great friend of our Daddy, Mama, and family for many years. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. With deepest sympathy, Frank, Marcia, and Dawn Ferguson

 

Dick Jenkins posted on 1/13/21

I am so sorry for your loss. Mr Johnson was a great man and even though I had not seen him in a long time, I considered him a great friend. In 1976 I had just graduated with a degree in Architecture from NC State and had no job with no prospects of a job in my field. Mr Johnson took a chance and gave me a job in the drafting room. It was one of the best jobs ever and I had a lot of fun drawing parts manuals for sprayers and sweet potato harvesters among other things. Later he let me set up a dark room and take photos of all the products. The company always felt like family and I loved working for Mr. Johnson because he fostered that atmosphere. He always had a smile and was so good to me the whole time. Heaven is better today because he is there. My prayers of comfort are with your whole family.

 

ROBERTA GIBSON posted on 1/13/21

So sorry for your loss!!!

 

Carolyn Dayton posted on 1/13/21

We met Louis at the beginning of the NC Mtn. State Fair, 27 years ago. He was a joy to know and we considered him a dear friend. The Dayton & Rudisill families

 

Milton Futrell posted on 1/12/21

In this sorrowful time, I would like to extend to the family and many friends my heartfelt condolences. May our Lord comfort you and your loved ones.

 

Buford Oneil posted on 1/12/21

Good friend, will always remember the good times at WNC Mtn state fair

 

Basil Futrell posted on 1/12/21

Louis and I were life long friends, both born in Pendleton. We were in sunbeams together with Virginia Parker, Many times I went home with Louis after church and spent the afternoon together, often with Ben Fisher. After evening service I would return home with my family. Louis will be sorely missed. Pendleton

 

 

Susan Johnson posted on 1/12/21

My dad was a wonderful man.He taught me alot though the years.He was a wonderful father & husband.He was loved by many.He will always have a place in my heart.I know he is home now& no more painLove you dad.Rest in peace..