Jack Loy Johnson

Jack Loy Johnson, of League City, passed away on Sunday, January 8, 2017 in Webster, Texas at the age of 90. He was born on March 26, 1926 in Humble, Texas to Ivy Milton Sr. and Lucille Price Johnson.  Jack proudly served in the United States Army. His service included Company A in the 10th Army Infantry Battalion, Fourth Army Division, and in the Third Army Division under the command of George S. Patton in Europe. After his service, Jack would later retire from Southern Pacific Railroad. Jack was a member of Lighthouse Fellowship of Friends Church, League City Masonic Lodge and  League City and Friendswood Eastern Star Chapters. He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers Ivy Milton Jr. and Ralph Johnson, and sons David and Robbie Johnson.  Jack is survived by his wife Alice, daughters Jacque Miller (Mike) and Dianne Fowler (Terry), sons Lee Hoke (Barbara) and Tom Hoke (Kathy), thirteen grandchildren, twenty-six great-grandchildren, and two great-great grandchildren.  He is also survived by 4 brothers and 1 sister.  The Family will receive friends on Thursday, January 12, 2017 at 2:00pm with a Ceremony at 3:00pm at Crowder Funeral Home, 1645 East Main, League City, Texas 77573. Interment will follow at Forest Park East Cemetery in Webster. In lieu of flowers, you may send memorials in Jack’s name to Lighthouse Fellowship of Friends Church, 925 3rd Street, League City, TX 77573.


  1. My Grandpa Jack was remarkable!! He loves his wife and family with all his might. He was always so fun to be around, as far back as I can remember. He loved entertaining his grandkids by playing musical instruments, telling stories of the railroad, and loved blowing his top dentures out to either scare us, or gross us out. He could flirt better than anyone in the room. He loved God! I know he is living it up in Heaven with a clear mind and healthy body! I also know he’ll be waiting for us all with a big hug and kiss. Grandpa, you will be missed, but I will carry you with me in my heart forever.

    Tyna (granddaughter)
  2. Jack was a wonderful and caring man, he treated me and my sisters like his own grandchildren, I have very fond memories of my childhood at his house for holidays or just playing in the backyard. He will be forever missed but he will always be in my heart.

    Patti Garretson
  3. You are in our thoughts and prayers. God Bless you all.

    Jennifer Pacovsky
  4. Mom, I know your heart is broken and I’m so sorry. I am praying for the comfort that comes only from Jesus. I love you dearly and I’m so blessed to have you in my life.

    Daddy, I will always be your “baby”. I love you. Looking forward to the family circle around the throne of God. I’m grateful you are at peace.

    Jacquelyn Loyce
  5. Sorry for your loss our prayers are with you and the family.

    Judy Ruhl
  6. Prayers for God’s great comfort that only He can give to each of you.
    Faithful is our loving Heavenly Father. Love to you all.
    Jann (Ballard) Thompson

    Jann Thompson
  7. Rest in peace, sweet cousin, and dear, dear man. You will be missed.

    Patsy McLaughlin
  8. Jack was an amazing guy. It did not matter if he just met you, you were a friend or family! It never mattered how often or not you had seen each other, it was like it was yesterday! Will miss you very much, Love you!
    Alice, I truly know what you are going thru, but God and your awesome family will see you thru it. Love you

    Kathy Garretson
  9. God’s peace to you Mrs. Johnson and for the family. I was blessed to be able to call Jack Johnson “Uncle Jack”. He was a kind, soft spoken gentleman and he was one of the most charming men you will ever meet. All of us kids loved him. I thank our Lord for eternal life, knowing we will see this wonderful man again . Love to you all.

    Linda Roper Marsh
  10. I lived down the street from Jack when I was growing up. I will never forget his contagious smile. RIP

    Debbie Joachimi Howland
  11. You will be missed on this earth but received in glory in heaven RIP Jack

    Barbara Hoke

Leave Your Condolences

Make sure you enter the (*) required information where indicated. Basic HTML code is allowed.