Cloyed Randolph Johnson
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Cloyed Randolph Johnson
  • August 3, 1941 - December 23, 2017
  • Georgetown, Texas

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Cloyed "Randy" Randolph Johnson, 76, was taken home to his Lord and Master on Saturday, December 23, 2017. A memorial service will be held at 11:00 am Friday, December 29, 2017 at the Marble Falls Church of Christ, 711 Broadway Street in Marble Falls, Texas.

Randy was born in Houston, Texas on August 3, 1941 to Cloyed Arthur Johnson and Oddie Velta (Fortson) Johnson. He attended high school at Milby High School in Houston, Texas. He joined the Navy at 18 and got his GED while in the Philippians. He attended Hannibal-LaGrange Baptist College in Hannibal, Missouri and preached at various churches in the area. Randy made many friends while he worked as a longshoreman for the International Longshore Association. He worked in the Houston ship channel for 31 years. Randy also served as chaplain of the Marble Falls VFW.

Randy married the love of his life, Geneva, in December of 1988. He reached out to others everywhere he went and always extended a helping hand. Randy's faith in God was his guide and his positive attitude kept him going from day to day. His favorite saying was "Happy, Happy, Happy". Randy loved to serve the veterans in and around the Hill Country through the Burnet County VETRIDES, driving veterans to their appointments every time he was called.

He is preceded in death by his parents, his daughter, Tracy F. Johnson, his son, Rex Randolph Johnson and his sisters, Velta Rowana Chavarria and Barbara Genoyce McKaughan. Randy's memory will be cherished by his wife of 29 years, Geneva Johnson of Lago Vista. Randy is also survived by his sister, Beverly Ann Foster of Houston, stepdaughters Lori Anderson (Dennis) of Georgetown, Vicki Barnett (Kent) of Graham and Ginger Chaffin (David) of Dallas. A source of pride was his grandchildren and step grandchildren, Royce Rex Johnson, Zoe Marie Johnson, Chad Nickols (Rebecca), Blake Anderson, Spencer Sims (Chelsea), Brooke Barnett, Caden Barnett, Bailey Chaffin, Summer Chaffin and Dawson Chaffin. Randy had one step great-grandchild, Parker Todd Sims.

Because of Randy's devotion to his Burnet County VETRIDES, donations can be made to Burnet County VETRIDES or to the American Cancer Society.