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Arnzer Lee Johnson
February 16, 1913 ~ January 26, 2020 (age 106) 106 Years Old
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Mr. Arnzer Lee Johnson was born on February 16, 1913 in Clay County to Eliza Moon Johnson and Laborn Johnson. At an early age, he confessed Christ and joined Macedonia Baptist Church where he was a member for several years. Mr. Arnzer was preceded in death by his loving wife, Pearlean Johnson; his parents, Laborn and Eliza Johnson; his children, Pearlie Lee, Nathaniel, Edward and Arthur Johnson; his sisters, Odell Towns, Mary White and Nettie Pearl Huggins; his brothers, J.C. Johnson, Olden Johnson and Louis Johnson. Mr. Arnzer has one lovely sister, Mrs. Christine Mack that resides in Clearwater, Florida. He united in Holy Matrimony in 1936 to Pearlean Thomas. To this union ten children were born. Mourning his loss are his children, Nettie (Howard) McKinney of Mt. Olive, AL, Mae L. Conaway of Goodwater, AL, David Johnson of Goodwater, AL, Lee (Diane) Johnson of Goodwater, AL, S.B. Johnson of Goodwater, AL and Nathan Johnson of Goodwater, AL; eighteen grandchildren, thirty-four great grandchildren, nineteen great-great grandchildren and a host of loving nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, other relatives and friends. Mr. Arnzer was an honorable and hardworking man. A man that loved God and always encouraged you to follow God! In 1941, he worked in a Sawmill while living in Clay County, Alabama. After moving to Goodwater, Alabama, he worked at Dixie Craft where he retired over 40 years ago. For ten years he had a family group, The Spiritual Five. They performed on the radio station WBRS for four years. He was one of the last living members of The Goodwater Male Chorus. Also, he served as a member of the Masonic Lodge several years ago. He was a big hunter, a great fisherman and built his own special boat, so that his family could enjoy. He was an outstanding carpenter! He was a man that took pride in whatever he was doing. We are going to miss all his wisdom and contagious smile. Thank God for the years that you gave him to us!