Tommy D. Johnston

10/26/1960 –

 04/15/2020

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Tommy D. Johnston, 59, of Lubbock, Texas, passed away, Wednesday, April 15, 2020 at University Medical Center.

Tommy D. Johnston was born on October 26, 1960, in Lubbock, TX to Byron Johnston and Gladys (Talent) Cox. He graduated from Mesquite High School in 1978. On June 13, 1986 he married Kimberly Favre in Lubbock, Texas. Tommy was employed at Pollard, University Medical Center Emergency Services Fleet Service for several years, and was working at Walmart as a cashier at the time of his death. His favorite past times were fishing and spending time with his family.

Tommy is survived by his daughter, Victoria Johnston; and three brothers, Jimmy Johnston, Curtis Beasley, and Roger Beasley

He was preceded in death by his father, Byron Johnston; and mother, Gladys Cox, and grandparents.

Celebration of Life Services will be announced later.

Memorials

In lieu of flowers, the family of Tommy D. Johnston has designated the UMC Foundation/Lubbock EMS, 602 Indiana Avenue Lubbock, Texas 79415, for memorial contributions donated in his memory.

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9 thoughts on “Tommy D. Johnston”

  1. Jacky & Valerie Addington

    Kim & Victoria,
    We are so sorry for your loss. Jacky thought a lot of Tommy & enjoyed getting to know him at Pollard. We are lifting you up in prayer for God’s peace & comfort.
    Love & Blessings,

  2. I’m so sorry for your loss Victoria and Kim. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  3. My sincere condolences for the family. I enjoyed working with Tommy at Pollard Ford for many years. He was such a nice man. He would even stop in to say Hey after he left the dealership. He will be greatly missed. Rest in peace Tommy.

  4. My sincerest condolences to Kim, Victoria, and your family. Prayers of peace and comfort to all…

  5. Sandi Johnston and jimmy johnston

    Victoria, we are truly sorry and saddened for the loss of your father, we are keeping you in our prayers daily, praying that everything gets a little bit more peace of mind and comfort for you more and more every day. God be with you and your family .

  6. My sincere condolences to your family, I had the pleasure working with Tommy at UMC EMS. What an Impeccable Gentleman! Prayers to your Family.

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