He loved Mom Nell (Inez Agee) to life; he cooked for her and drove her where she needed to go. Her children, Theodore, Ben, Franklin, Edward Lee, Murry, D.J., Bobby, Eunice, Doris and Betty Jean called him brother.
Johnnie Lee "JohnLee", "UncleGeGe", "Bigjohn", was born on June 26, 1964, to the parentage of Johnny George Lucy and Daisy Mae Kimbrough Lucy.
Johnnie Lee was a lover of all and had a problem with none. He was a caregiver and babysitter for many.
Johnnie Lee had a smile that lit up a room. His witty personality caused him to be loved by many. If he couldn't help you, he surely wouldn't hurt you.
Johnnie Lee attended school at Marengo High School in Dixons Mills, Alabama. He retired from the Pulpwood Logging Industry.
Johnnie Lee departed this life on Wednesday, January 11, 2023, in Demopolis, Alabama.
Johnnie Lee was preceded in death by his parents, Mr. Johnny George and Minister Daisy Lucy and brother, Eric Lucy.
He leaves precious, profound and everlasting memories with one son, TyCarius Anthony; daughter, Zarrea Thompson; six sisters, Delois (Pat) Kimbrough of Detroit, MI, Ethel Mason, Linda Lucy of Magnolia, AL, Elder Carolyn Lucy Bates, Naomi (Mitchell) Goodwell and Mekethia Lucy of Linden, AL; three brothers, Pastor James B. Lucy, Sr. of Magnolia, AL, Elder Moses Lucy of Prattville, AL and Marcus Lewis of Meridian, MS; three aunts, Edna (V.L.) Hackworth, Ella Mae (Bobby Joe) Hayes and Earnestine Lucy of Magnolia, AL; four uncles, Ernest Lucy, Jr. and Charlie Lucy, both of Magnolia, AL, Jessie Ray Lucy of Memphis, TN and Chester (Della) Lucy of Linden, AL; special relationship with niece and nephews, Zoe Marie Love, Zavier (Nekko) Love, Rickey Parson and Kayden Lucy; devoted friends, Zelda Harris, Deborah Witherspoon, Jacyson Lucy, Mr. Tim Speed, Millie Senn, Mr. John C. Cunningham and Mr. Lary Griffin and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
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