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Nicholas Johnson

March 18, 1981 — May 13, 2021

Madison, TN

Nicholas Giles Johnson, age 40 of Nashville, TN passed away May 13, 2021. He is survived by his wife, Taryn Driver Johnson; daughter, Raegan Johnson of Madison, TN; parents, John and Guin Johnson; 2 brothers, Kenneth (Gigi) Johnson of Goodlettsville; Stephen (Bethany) Johnson of Morgan Hill, CA; 1 sister, Kelly (Kevin) Campbell; in-laws, Sherry and Harrison Driver; sister-inlaw, Jocelyn (Shelley) Driver of Charlotte, NC; brother-in-law, Jared (Javina) Driver; niece, Aaliyah Campbell; nephews, Kyle, Keith and Christopher Johnson, Bishop Johnson of Morgan Hill, CA, Jaylin Evans of Charlotte, NC, Devon Martin of Cincinnati, OH, Logan Driver; grandparents, Ronald, Sr. and Earline Giles; uncles, Ronald, Jr. (Yoshina) Giles, Ricky (Yuvitta) Giles, Benjamin (Rhonda) Giles; aunt, Gabrielle (Philetus) Maclin of Memphis, TN.

Nick was born March 18, 1981 to John and Guin Johnson in Nashville, TN. He grew up in a closeknit family that included 2 brothers and 1 sister. He graduated from White’s Creek High School in 1999 and attended Nashville State Technical Institute where he studied Communications Technology. He was baptized as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses on March 28, 1998. He attended the North and Madison Congregations of Jehovah’s Witnesses and was employed with Comcast and briefly as a driver for Amazon-LaVergne Hub.

Nick was a devoted family man who loved people. He had a deep appreciation for spiritual things and was seldom missing from congregation meetings. He had unique technical skills and was often sought out for his knowledge of installing security systems and computer networks. He was an avid bowler, loved the outdoors, and enjoyed grilling, fishing, lawn care, tinkering with cars, and podcasts with his spiritual brothers. From an early age he demonstrated a love for dancing and often showed off his moves.

Nick had a quick wit and always had the right joke for any situation. He could make you laugh when you were feeling your lowest. Nick made himself available to help anyone in need without asking for anything in return. He literally “came to the rescue” for many in their time of distress. Nick was a good listener and will be missed by his family, friends and a world-wide spiritual brotherhood.

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