Johnny Mack Mathis

Johnny Mack Mathis, age 66, of Monroe passed away Friday, December 25, 2020.  Survivors include daughter Jessica Mathis and husband Scott Stricklen of Monroe; grandchildren Alexis Mathis, Logan Stricklen, and  Brandilyn Stricklen;  stepdaughters Dana Smith, Mandy Hall and Starlett Henley; step son Rodney Pilgrim; brothers Randall Mathis of Thomaston, Ray Hall of Covington and Chip Harris of Social Circle; sisters Linda Kinney of Lawrenceville, Wanda Hall of Covington, Brenda Mathis, Carol Gilbert both of Grayson, Pam Hall of Dacula, Becky Wood of Snellville and Jackie Mathis of Loganville; a close aunt Sandra Mobley of Dacula; ex wife Stephanie Zitkus and husband Joe of Monroe,  the mother of his daughter and nana to their grandchildren; and a host of other relatives.  Johnny was preceded in death by his parents Ellis Grover Mathis and Marie Woodward Mathis; brother Raymond Mathis and sister Lisa Ledbetter.  A memorial service will be held 1:00 pm Saturday, January 2, 2021 at Lawson Funeral Home Chapel.  Pastor John McGinnis will be officiating.  Arrangements by Lawson Funeral Home, 4532 Hwy 53, Hoschton, GA, 30548,, 706-654-0966.

2 thoughts on “Johnny Mack Mathis”

  1. I remember the day Wayne had his leg amputated. That day I came home after hours at the hospital. Johnny along with Scott had built and placed ramps at our front and back doors, without our asking. He always had a smile and wave for our family, and would always be at the ice cream truck, offering to buy ours. God Bless you all as you learn to live without him. Cherish the good memories and you will see him again.❤️

  2. It’s hard to believe that he’s really gone.
    For years I’ve heard of the legendary ceiling man . It was a friendly competition. But the fact remains and everyone knew that any work he did was sure to be exactly squared and perfect.
    Anytime I seen him he was sure to give me a hug or kiss. Ask about my momma , husband or kids.
    Always spoke kind and gently .
    Always told me he loved me.
    I did get a giggle from his summer cut off jean shorts.
    He loved and he was loved.
    My husband loved him. He considered him one of his best friends.
    There will never be another .
    May he sing with the angels , reunite with his mom and dad and see us all again when we get to heaven.
    He is forever loved and always missed .

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