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Theodore Eugene Johnson
© Amy Stittsworth Funeral Service and Cremation Directors
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

© Amy Stittsworth Funeral Service and Cremation Directors

December 10, 1952 - December 26, 2020

Ted, Theodore Eugene Johnson passed away December 22, 2020 due to complications from COVID-19. He was only 68.

Ted was born in Enid, OK on 12-10-1952. He was the son of LT and Esther Eyestone Johnson. He was the baby out of 10 children. His sister Mary got to name him. Ted grew up attending the Catholic School and graduating from Blackwell High School in 1971. While in Junior High he was on the Junior Rifleman Club. In his early years he worked in the local oilfields. Ted was the Manager of Clarks Campers in Blackwell and then went to work at Electron Corporation as a Electrical Maintenance Supervisor. After Electron closed, he worked at Dorado Foods in the Maintenance Department. Ted could fix or repair anything.

All of Teds best times were with his family and friends. Ted and Paula loved to have backyard swim parties and going camping at the lake. Ted spent a great amount of time camping and fishing with his family at Kaw Lake in the Spring helping Brother Bill catch fish for the annual fish fry at the Catholic Church. Ted was a great fisherman and taught his sons and grandsons how to fish. When Jason was growing up, he loved to help coach wrestling and baseball. He never missed a game or a match. He loved watching Jason play football in Junior High and High School. Tyson and Dad loved to fish together in fishing tournaments. Then even won 1st Place a couple of times. They also hunted together whenever they could get away. A lot of fun times together that will greatly be missed. Ted's grandsons were the light of his life. He loved seeing them and talking to them. Ted's 3 dogs, Molly, Mazie and Lucy already greatly miss him. After he retired, they enjoyed him being at home every day. They all took a truck ride around town. Jingle his keys and they were ready to go.

Surviving Wife, Paula, 2 Sons Jason T Johnson and spouse Mary, Tyson G Johnson and spouse Kayla. 2 Grandsons Tegan Johnson and Hayden Johnson. One surviving sister Dorothy Walta, Caldwell, KS. Ted is also survived by numerous Nephews and Nieces. He loved all of them very much.

Preceded in death by his parents, 5 brothers William Johnson, Joe Johnson, Bobby Johnson and David Johnson, Floren Johnson and 3 sisters Mary Litschke, Joyce Moore and Janice Ropp.

A graveside service will be held Monday January 4th at 11 am at the Blackwell Cemetery, under the direction of Amy Stittsworth Funeral Service and Cremation Directors, Enid.

The Covid-19 has been very devastating to our family. Please wear a mask and social distance.

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