Leigh Thompson Johnson

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Leigh Thompson Johnson

July 09, 1969 - March 04, 2019

Leigh Thompson Johnson Leigh Thompson-Johnson, 49, of Milledgeville, died Monday, March 4, 2019. A memorial service will be held on Friday, March 8, at 2 p.m. at Salem United Methodist Church in Wilkinson County with burial in the church cemetery. The Rev. Danny Thomas and the Rev. Gail Smith will officiate.
Leigh was born and reared in Washington County, a graduate of Washington County High School and Georgia College & State University. She spent her working career as a social worker for the Georgia Department of Family and Children Services. Currently, Leigh was a personal care giver with Home Instead of Dublin. She was a member of First Church of the Nazarene of Sandersville. Leigh was a lover of the outdoors and enjoyed camping. Above all, family was her most cherished thing, including her animals. She is predeceased by her father, Paul C. Thompson.
Survivors include her daughters, Alyssa Brooke Johnson, and her fiance, David Haney of Gray, and Morgan J. Rinck and her husband Chris of Augusta; granddaughter, Addison Rinck; mother, Merlene K. Thompson of Sandersville; sisters, Vickie T. Lindsey and her husband Bruce of Dublin, Kathy T. May and her husband Ronnie of Warthen, and Lisa T. Johnson and her husband Eric of Sandersville; her significant other, Robert "Bob" Davis of Milledgeville; nieces and nephews; and her beloved dog, Hoover.
The family will be at the Thompson residence on Riddleville Road in Sandersville and they will receive friends following the memorial service at the church.
Donations may be made to Salem UMC, P.O. Box 94, Toomsboro, Ga., 31090 or to ASPCA at aspca.org.
May and Smith Funeral Directors of Sandersville is in charge of these arrangements. www.mayandsmithfuneraldirectors.com
Published on March 6, 2019
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