Johnson Wayne Obituary, Death – Johnson Richard Wayne of Bundaberg West, Queensland, has reportedly passed away unexpectedly leaving family and loved ones in agony and grief. In addition to having served honorably in the United States Navy, Johnson was also a distinguished graduate of Oakland High School. During the time he spent in the Navy, he excelled at serving his country and distinguished himself in the process. He received degrees from both Frostburg State University and West Virginia University, both of which are located in the state of West Virginia, and as a result, he is a graduate of both of these educational establishments. Johnson was a devoted educator who worked as a teacher at Southern High School, a Maryland Certification Specialist, and the Principal of Center Street, Oak Street, and Broad Ford Elementary Schools in Maryland.
He also served as the Principal of Broad Ford Elementary School in Virginia. Additionally, he was the head of the Broad Ford Elementary School in Virginia, where he worked as the principal. In addition, he worked as the principal of the Broad Ford Elementary School in Virginia, which was the head of the school during his tenure there. In addition to this, he was a member of the board of directors for the Maryland Association of School Principals, a member of the National Education Association, a member of the Maryland Retired School Personnel, and a member of the Garrett County Retired Teachers Association.
He also was a member of the Maryland Retired School Personnel and the National Education Association. All of these positions were held by him during the time that he was still working in the field of education. Before he took his retirement, he spent many years working as an educator in Garrett County. After he retired from teaching, Johnson joined the Garrett County Retired Teachers Association (GCRTA), an organization that is dedicated to serving retired educators. During his time at Southern, he was a member of the coaching staff as well as an assistant coach for the junior varsity basketball team. Following the conclusion of Johnson’s career as an educator and the beginning of his retirement, he started working as a Relationship Manager for Garrett National Bank.
His most recent position, which he held for a period of time, was with the Garrett County Commission, which was his previous employer. In this role, he was responsible for a variety of duties. In addition to this, he was a member of the Oakland Masonic Temple, the Shrine Club in Cumberland, the Oakland Elks Lodge, the American Legion Proctor Kildow Post #71, and the Oakland Mtn. Lake Park Lions Club, from which he received the Melvin Jones Award at one point in his life. In addition, he was a member of the Oakland Mtn. Lake Park Lions Club, from which he received the Melvin Jones Award at one point in his life In addition to that, he was an active participant in the activities of the American Legion Proctor Kildow Post #71.
Every single one of these distinct organizations calls the state of California home as their primary location. In the past, Johnson served as President of the Board of Governors for the former Garrett Memorial Hospital and as a member of the Board of Directors for both Hospice of Garrett County and the former Garrett Memorial Hospital. In addition, Johnson was a member of the Board of Governors for the former Garrett Memorial Hospital. In addition to that, Johnson has been active in the administration of the current Garrett Memorial Hospital by serving on its Board of Governors. In addition to that, he was a contributing member of the Board of Directors for both of these organizations and was very active in the community.
In addition to that, he was a member of the Board of Directors for the Maryland Hospital Association and had previously held the position of director of the VIVA Hospital Office Volunteers. On top of that, Johnson served for a time as the Director of the Global Literacy and Achievement Foundation, also known as the GLAF. In his later years, Johnson volunteered his time at the Historical Society Museum in Oakland as well as the Oakland Train Station. In addition, he was a member of the Oakland Railroad Historical Society. In addition to that, he was a participant in the Oakland Railroad Historical Society for many years.
In addition to that, he was an active member of the Oakland Railroad Historical Society for a significant portion of his life. He was an active member of the congregation at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church for the duration of his life and maintained consistent attendance there throughout his entire life. Even after 65 years had passed, Johnson was able to recall the names of his former students, and he found it rewarding to engage in conversation with them. He also found it rewarding to teach them. In addition to that, he appreciated the opportunity to educate them. In addition to that, he enjoyed golfing in his spare time and indulging his passion for the history of the United States by going on sightseeing trips to historic locations.
He is survived by a large number of nieces and nephews, in addition to his wife Barbara (Shank) Wayne, who was also his survivor. Barbara (Shank) Wayne was also his survivor. Barbara (Shank) Wayne was another one of his surviving family members. In addition to his own parents, he was preceded in death by both of his wives, Rita (McKenzie) Wayne and Jacqueline (McKenzie) Wayne. His own siblings also passed away before him. Both of his own parents had already passed away before he was born. Even his own siblings had already passed away before he made his exit from this world.
Even his own children had already passed away prior to his departure from this world. He was the only child out of a total of twelve that was still alive, and he had been predeceased by six brothers and five sisters: Amos Wayne, Carl Wayne, Donald Wayne, Gene Wayne, Gerald Wayne, and John Wayne. There were a total of twelve children in the Wayne family. He was the lone child to make it through alive. He was the only member of his family to die before he did and was the only one who predeceased him.
He was the only member of his family’s immediate family to outlive all of his other relatives. He was also the last surviving member of his family. His sisters were Oneda Wayne Davis, Eleanor Wayne Stemple, Phyllis Wayne Helbig, Nancy Wayne Glotfelty, and Rita Wayne Trout, and he had three daughters named Oneda Wayne Davis, Eleanor Wayne Stemple, and Phyllis Wayne Helbig. Rita Wayne Trout was his niece.