Johnnie L. Roberts

March 27, 1963 - February 12, 2020

Johnnie L. Roberts

March 27, 1963 - February 12, 2020

Johnnie L. Roberts, 56, Of Toledo, Passed Away February 12, 2020 At Home Surrounded By His Loving Family. He Was Born March 27, 1963 In Toledo To John And Elizabeth (Childers) Roberts. Johnnie Was Employed With Doctor Door And Honey Baked Ham. He Was A Girl’S Softball Coach For 15 Years For Sylvania And Perrysburg School Systems. Johnnie Was An Avid Coin Collector, Loved Notre Dame Football And The Cincinnati Reds Baseball Team.

Johnnie Is Survived By His Loving Wife Of 36 Years, Sharon K. Roberts; Children, Jennifer (Nick) Noonan, Tonya Roberts And John Roberts; Grandchildren, Kayleigh Noonan, Allie Roberts, Natalie Roberts, Lillian Noonan And Harper Noonan; Siblings, James (Joan) Roberts, Judy (Jim) Hurst And Cindy (Khalid) Abbo. In Addition To His Parents, Johnnie Was Preceded In Death By His Sister, Nancy Barraclough.

Funeral Services Will Be Held On Monday, February 17Th, 2020 At 11:00 Am In Toledo Memorial Park At The Chapel Of Peace.

Memorial Contributions May Be Made To The Family In Johnnie’S Memory.

Funeral Arrangements Were Entrusted With Habegger Funeral Services, Toledo.

Habegger Funeral Services Is Humbled And Honored To Assist The Roberts Family. We Invite You To Share A Fond Memory Or Condolence By Visiting Www.Habeggerfuneralservices.Com

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2 responses to Johnnie L. Roberts

  1. I Met Johnny At Bob Evans, About 40 Years Ago! To Say We Were The Best Of Friends Is A Understatement! We Shared Many Very Good Times Together! I Considered Him Almost My Brother! He Was A Very Good Man And Always Wore A Smile On His Face! To Say He Will Be Missed By Many Of Us Is Also A Understatement, He Was Just That Type Of Man! Rip My Brother, Until We Meet Again!

  2. Jane Korte says:

    I Worked With Johnny At Honeybaked & Would See Him Every Day He Worked & As He Would Come In He Passed By My Desk & He Always Had A Smile On His Face. We Would Exchange Pleasantries & Sometimes Talk A Bit About The Irish. He Was A Good Man Who Will Be Missed By Many & I’M One Of Them. Rip Johnny…You Deserve It

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