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John W. (Woody) Johnsonbaugh of Jessieville was called to his heavenly home on April 3, 2017. He was born March 20, 1937, to the late John and Ada Johnsonbaugh.

He was survived by his son, Darryl and daughter-in-law, Dolores; grandsons, Steven Johnsonbaugh of Germany, Alan Harper (Sarah) of Jessieville; granddaughters, Jacqueline Leinweber (Oleg) of Germany, Autumn Hernandez (Carlos) of Jessieville, Angel Turner (Alfred) of Fountain Lake; great-grandchildren, Ava Harper, Lea Leinweber, Evan and Easton Harper, Preston and Parker Turner; sisters, Eleanor L. Hewitt, Martavene Koch of Pennsylvania; and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.

John was preceded in death by his parents; his wife of 33 years, Florence Johnsonbaugh; sisters, Drucilla Detwiler, Denise Johnsonbaugh, Helyn Pine; and brother, Robert Johnsonbaugh.

John loved to work on any type of vehicle and loved building things. His favorite thing to do was spending time with his son. John was a truck driver for 52 years. He served in the U.S. Army during WWII.

John will be laid to rest at Carson Valley Cemetery in Carson Valley, Pennsylvania.

A small memorial will be held at Walnut Grove Community Church in Jessieville with Bro. Roger Harper officiating. Date to be announced later.

Honorary pallbearers include his grandchildren, Thelma Harper, Stan Bania, Mona Murray, Mike Ventry, Randy Clapper, the Staff of Davita Dialysis, Dr. Matthew Hulsey, and Dr. Drew Heiple.


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