Rev. David Alan Johns traded this earthly life for a robe and crown on January 31, 2023, in Brooksville, Florida at the age of 61.
David was preceded in death by his father Rev. Buddy Johns, mother Linda Johns, father-in-law Gene Coburn mother-in-law Louise Emm and brother-in-law’s Sam and Timmy Coburn.
He leaves behind his loving wife of 38 years Susan, son Ryan, daughter-in-law Michelle, and daughter Tiffany. He has 4 grandchildren that he leaves Carly, Mikayla, Sophia, and Andrew. He also leaves behind his only sister Kelly Yates, brother-in-law Lesley Coburn (Gina) and sister-in-law Beverly Wetherell and many nieces, nephews, cousins, and aunts.
In leu of flowers, please consider donating to the GoFundMe account that has been set up for his wife to help with expenses that have been incurred on the link below.
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