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Randy Johnson, an avid sportsman

‘Randy’ Johnson, an avid sportsman

Doyle “Randy” Randall Johnson, 57, of Macclenny died July 13, 2011. Randy was born in Jacksonville to Betty Louise Riley Johnson and the late Doyle Alderman Johnson on November 12, 1953. He was a resident of Baker County for the last three years after moving from Whitehouse.

Mr. Johnson was a 1971 grad­­uate of Paxon Senior High School, worked as a supervisor for Atlantic Builders, a volunteer for the Nielson Transplant Foundation, and was vice-president of the Baldwin High School Booster Club. He coached in the Police Athletic League, winning a national championship in 1977 and hosted the show North Florida Sportsman with Randy Johnson. He loved hunting, fishing and was an avid Gator fan.

Survivors include  his mother Betty Louise Riley Johnson of Jacksonville; loving wife of 27 years, Sandra Dee Johnson of Macclenny; children Kasey Elizabeth Johnson of Macclenny and Devin Benton of Dallas, TX; brothers Richard A. (Debbie) Johnson of Jacksonville and Ronald J. (Nina) Johnson of Whitehouse; one niece; and granddaughter Kinsley Duval.

The funeral service was held July 16 at 11:00 am at V. Todd Ferreira Funeral Services Chapel in Macclenny with Pastor Richard Fish officiating. Interment followed at Woodlawn Cemetery in Macclenny.

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