November 12, 1956 ~ January 31, 2020

Born in: Fort Sill, OK
Resided in: Lawrenceville, GA

Warren Ralph Johnson, Age 63 of Lawrenceville, GA passed away peacefully on Friday, January 31, 2020 at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta.  He was born in Fort Sill, Oklahoma to the late Willis R. Johnson and Norma D. Johnson.

Warren graduated from Wilkinsburg High School in Pittsburgh, PA and served in the US. Army for six years. He was married Theresa (Wilkerson) Johnson and later to Debra (Wilson) Johnson.  He was preceded in death by his sister Deborah Johnson and brother-in-law Emmett Smart.

He is survived by his sisters: Alma Smart, Carmen (Tony) DeMian, Donna (Gregory) Webb, Barbara (Sterling) Griggs. Others left to cherish his memory are his three children: Patience Wilkerson, Kristina (Mike) Linzie, and Carlos (Regeana) Johnson and his grandchildren: Amir Wilkerson, Kahlil (Jade) Johnson, Kierra and Kylea Johnson, Kahmari and Drake Linzie, Ariyana, Zoee and Carlos Johnson Jr. his great grandchildren: Dante Johnson, Braydon Johnson, his nephews: Gregory Jr., Joshua and Jordan Webb, as well as, many cousins and friends.

Warren committed his life to the Lord and was baptized at the Potters House Church of Denver in Denver, Colorado. As a Truck Driver of more than 20 years, he made friends everywhere he went and had an opportunity to witness to many he encountered.  Warren prided himself as a master griller, also an avid reader who loved to ride and build bikes.  He will be sadly missed by those who loved him.


Visitation: February 7, 2020 2:00 pm - February 7, 2020 8:00 pm

Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel
1031 Lawrenceville Hwy.
Lawrenceville, 30046


Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel
1031 Lawrenceville Hwy.
Lawrenceville, 30046


Georgia National Cemetery
1080 Scott Hudgens Dr.
Canton, GA 30114


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  1. CandleImageWarren was my friend. I use to call him my 2nd boyfriend. With his handsome looks, Barry White voice, his wonderful sense of humor, and his love for his family, I couldn’t help but love him. When the “crew” use to get together, it was ALWAYS a good time!

    I am glad I had known Warren. He was a good friend that I will never forge and always love.

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