Thomas Johnson 80 passed away peacefully on December 5th, 2020. Tom was born June 27th, 1940 in Easton, PA to Clare Johnson and Julia Johnson Evely. Tom taught Math at Wilson High School after graduating from Ursinus College in Collegeville, PA. He married his high school sweetheart Carole Hall and they had three children, Susan, Judy and Craig. The family moved to Florida in the early 70's where Tom worked in insurance and later got his computer science degree. As a young father he was involved with Indian Y Guides with his son, coached his daughters in softball and was always a willing math tutor of his 3 children. In 1979 Tom and Carole moved their family to Georgia where he worked as a consultant traveling to various cities in the United States and England. Tom's favorite childhood memories included trips to the Adirondack Mountains with his family during the summers. These early experiences grew his love for nature, travel and photography. His best memories included trips with family and friends. These trips included family camping trips and day trips around Florida and the Smoky Mountains, a photo shoot trip to Alaska with his good friend David Hartfield and a trip to England with his son, Craig. He was a member of a Photography club and enjoyed taking pictures of his grandchildren and nature. Tom was a loving and devoted grandfather who would drive any distance to watch their softball, baseball and volleyball games as well as band competitions. He made sure to be there for birthdays, graduations and weddings. One of Tom's goals was to see all of his grandchildren graduate from college and on his first day in heaven it was Tom's great joy to see his last grandchild graduate. In his last year, Tom was in a nursing home. He took great pleasure watching videos and looking at pictures of his first great grandson. Tom is survived by his three children: Susan (Mike) Coussan, Judy (Steve) Stansell, and Craig (Jamie) Johnson, his grandchildren Michael (Ashley) Stansell, Matthew (Cheyenne) Stansell, Morgan Stansell, Chelsea Coussan and his great grandchild Hudson Stansell. There will be a Celebration of Life when Covid is no longer a risk.