Mr. Johnny B. Malone, Jr. 48, Jonesborough unexpectedly went home to be with Jesus on Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at the Johnson City Medical Center surrounded by his family.
Born on December 28, 1970 in Washington County, Tennessee to John and Linda Greer Malone. Johnny was a 1989 graduate of Davy Crockett High School. He is preceded in death by his father.
He is leaving behind his loving mother, Linda (Ronnie), one sister Jenny Kellam (Jeff), two nieces Johanna and Journey Kellam, his best friend and confidant, Chris Havens, and his beloved cat, Tim E.
Johnny had a God-given, natural talent, and knowledge of anything mechanical. He previously worked in industrial maintenance, but his true passion was automotive. He loved working on cars and spent hours in his garage. He was a member of the NRA and former member of the Leesburg Ruritan.
Johnny B. Malone, Jr. will be remembered as always willing to help anyone who needed him, and that nothing was more important than his word.
Family will receive friends Friday April 26, 2019 from 5:00-7:00 PM at Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home. Graveside services will be Saturday April 26, 2019 11:00 AM at Maple Lawn Cemetery with Steve Ferguson officiating.
Pallbearers will be Tommy Schuepte, Chris Havens, Josh McCurry, Larry Bandarra, Dewight Elliot, Jeff Price, Martin Garst, and Mikki Clouse.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
||Andrea Harvey Miller
|I am so sorry to hear about
Johnny. He was a good friend to
ne. I know he is ok and happy
now because he is with his 1st
true love Valerie. |
|Linda and family, We are very sorry
to learn of your loss. Our prayer is
for God to give you comfort, peace
and strength to make it through the
days, weeks, and months ahead.
In Deepest Sympathy, Pam & Gerald
Minor. (Jonathan's Nana & Pops)
|Thoughts and prayers for the
family..We were not related,but
we often joked about our
(Malone) name.However we were
|My deepest condolences on the passing of Johnny.
He will be remembered fondly by all who knew him.
I was introduced to Linda once at Chris's but
never got to meet his sister. He loved his
friends and family dearly. I will truly miss him
and will keep the family and rest of his friends
in my prayers.|
|Always loved him from birth ..... A little cotton headed bag of
joy ..... Alway plotting what to do next....But oh the happiness
he brought to my life ....Always willing to go that extra mile for
anyone .......I would never give up 1 minute of the time or
conversation with him........He will always be in my heart and
I'll never quit loving him, the rest of my life on earth .....They
make different kinds of cars , different houses, different
clothes, and many other things ........ But our Lord and Savior
made only (1) Johnny B.Malone Jr. and I had the privilege to
know hm from birth to death .....One day I'll see him again ..❤️|
|Dear Linda and family,
My sincerest condolences to you all. And my love
and prayers during this most difficult time.
Johnny was a good friend to Chris and he will
truly be missed.
Robin (Chris' mom)|
|Jenny and family ... I am so sorry
about your brother ... Praying for
God's comfort during this
heartbreaking time. Remember he will
live on in your heart and memories.|
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