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Delson D. "Doc" Johns

July 30, 1934 ~ February 8, 2020 (age 85)

Obituary

Delson D. “Doc” Johns, 85, of Craigsville, died on Saturday February 8, 2020 at ACMH Hospital.  He was born on July 30, 1934 in Craigsville to the late David & Birdie (Bowser) Johns.  Doc worked at Tileyard, Pullman Standard, and Henry Shaffer Construction.  He was a USMC Veteran, serving during the Korean Conflict.  He was a former West Franklin Twp. Supervisor and a member of Craigsville United Methodist Church.  He also was a former board member of the Worthington West Franklin Parks & Recreation and the Worthington/West Franklin Joint Water Authority.  He enjoyed going to the Worthington Civic Center.

He leaves behind to cherish his memory his wife of 63 years, whom he married Dec. 25, 1956, Janet (Cox) Johns; son, Dave (Laurie) Johns; daughters, Patti (Chuck) Anthony and Vicki (Artie) Pyle; granddaughters, Nicole (Nick) Geraci, Heather Johns, Courtney (Marcos) Romero, Lacey Brocious (Casey Harkleroad), Dayna (Matt) Anthony, Shannon (Mike) Miller, and Crista (Steven) Clowser; grandson, Matthew (Ashley) Johns; great-randchildren, Jacen Kalbaugh, Avah Johns, Logan Miller, Abbygail Miller, Kyla Clowser, Kole Clowser, Karly Clowser, Brentley Johns, Liliana Romero, Jade Romero, Kendall Geraci, London Brocious, Harper Brocious, Berkley Brocious, Mason Anthony, Maddox Anthony, Declan Anthony; and a sister, Rita Levy.  In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by 2 sisters, Olabelle Huth and Betty Johns

A private service will be held at the Craigsville United Methodist Church with Rev. Michael B. Coats officiating

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Craigsville United Methodist Church
313 Craigsville Road
Worthington, PA 16262

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