Randall Paul Johnson
Randall Paul Johnson, 33 of Jeffersonville, IN was laid to rest in a private burial, January 17, 2020. He was born June 27, 1986 to Randy and Paula (Appleby) Johnson. He was preceded in death by his mother, Paula Appleby, grandfathers and uncles.
He is survived by his father, Randy Johnson; sons, Tyler and Cayden, Jeffersonville, IN; sister, Mistie Smith, Jeffersonville, IN; grandmothers, Jean Sanford, Jeffersonville, IN, Shirley Appleby, New Albany, IN; Uncles, Aunts and Cousins.He had a short life, but we loved him dearly and he will be missed. He will always be in our hearts.
Published on January 23, 2020


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Jordan zimmerman
Feb 16, 2020
I remember when we met, we made the most out of it considering the place... No need to mention. I'm gonna miss you!
Shirley Appleby
Jan 26, 2020
Another piece of my heart has gone to heaven. May he rest in peace in the arms of our Lord. Till we meet again.
Tiffany Johnson
Jan 26, 2020
You took a huge part of me with you, and i will never be the same. My heart hurts so bad and I still cannot believe you're gone. But I know you're with your mom, and that's all you ever wanted. Rest Easy Randall Paul. Watch over us all, and know that you are truly loved and missed by so many. I'll see you again one day my long lost husband, I'll see you again one day. Until then, I'll miss you daily, remember you often, and I'll never let anyone forget.
Love you to the stars and back,
Your wife
Tiffany Johnson
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Michael Appleby
Jan 25, 2020
I miss you randall you seemed so happy last time i seen you but knowing what i know now i love you cousin and your on my forearm everywhere i go neverforgotten
Leslie McDowell
Jan 25, 2020
Randall I love and you miss you so much. I can’t imagine your father, sister, your boys!! Your an amazing man that was loved by so many. You touched so many people’s lives.
Our time together was short, but I’m so thankful to have gotten to be a part of your life, I’m honored!! I look to the night sky for you knowing your out there watching over so many of us, making sure we do the next right thing. I have every intention to keep making you proud.
Loving you all eternity,
Leslie McDowell