Win C. Johnson

January 1, 1933 - January 27, 2017

01/01/1933 - 01/27/2017

Past Services

Saturday February 04, 2017
2:00 pm
Haygood United Methodist Church
4713 Haygood Rd.
Virginia Beach, VA 23455
757-499-1269 | Directions
Win C. Johnson, 84, of Virginia Beach, Va passed away peacefully Friday Jan 27, 2017. The youngest of 6, born & raised in Elliott, Iowa by Effie (Braden) & Ray Johnson. He joined the U.S. Navy and was a veteran of both Korean and Vietnam Wars. After the Navy he had a successful career as a consultant for Grumman Aerospace Corp. Win enjoyed many years coaching little league at Aragona Village. He will be remembered for his kind heart, quick wit (and handsome pearl white hair!) and missed greatly by his family and many friends in VA and Lake Gaston, NC, Fleet Reserve 99, VFW 392, Fraternal Order of Eagles.
Preceded in death by his loving wife of 58 years; Carrie Lee (Terry), and survived by 2 children; Joy & Dan Johnson, 3 grandchildren; Jessica Carlson (Chuck), Gabriel Cloud, James Eure (Charlotte) and 1 great-grandson Benjamin Carlson.
A Memorial service will be held at Haygood United Methodist Church 2pm Saturday 2/4/17.
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6 years ago

Chief Johnson

Lori (Foy) Reynolds
6 years ago

I have wonderful memories sharing Christmas times at Aunt Terry and Uncle Win’s home, with her bubble lights wrapped around the stairs. Thank you for being a part of my childhood and making the holidays extra special.

Roger Eshelman
6 years ago

good times at Elliott High School. Classmate of both Court Braden and Win. Win and I both joined the Navy about the same time. We met up in Japan for a good visit. Also was at the 60th class reunion in Elliott. I remember sending Win a book about the CBs. Dan and Carl were both in WW 2 as CBs. Win was pleased to get the book.

Courtland Braden
6 years ago

Win and I grew up together and had lots of great times on the farm and in high school. We even “plugged” all the watermelons in Uncle Ray’s garden looking for a ripe one. What we got was a licking! Good times growing up. Win went to the Navy and I went to the Air Force and we never met again until our 60th class reunion in Elliott, Iowa. May the Lord bless you and your fond memories of your dad.

6 years ago

I will always love you my sweet Grandpa. Thank you for such a wonderful life.