WHITE STONE—Carol Anne Sublett Johnson, 81, of White Stone passed away February 20, 2021. She was the widow of John “Jack” Price Johnson III, to whom she was married for 57 years.
She grew up in Lynchburg, the daughter of the late Lacy Luke Sublett and Odelle Moss Sublett. Carol attended E. C. Glass High School and the University of Lynchburg. She and Jack moved to White Stone in 1971.
Surviving are her son, Andrew Sublett Johnson of Columbia, Mo.; a daughter, Leigh Anne Turner (Ken) of Ridgefield, Conn.; her beloved Turner grandsons, Harrison Price, Coleman Charles, Chapman Grey and Luke Andrew; sister, Betty Whitehead (Larry) of Charlotte, N.C.; and a sister-in-law, Sharon Maddox (Jimmy) of Moneta. She is also survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins.
Carol was a faithful member of White Stone Baptist Church, where she served as a deacon. She dearly loved her church and its people. For over 14 years, she helped with the monthly birthday parties at Mayfair, now Commonwealth Assisted Living. She started with a small group of residents, which tripled in size. Carol asked her church to help and many of the members assisted her for many years with the birthday parties.
Carol wanted to thank her friends, neighbors and church friends, Stewart and Ann Revere for all they did for her. They brought dinner to her many nights.
Carol was the first independent title examiner for attorneys in the Northern Neck. She later opened Johnson Abstract & Title Company, serving not only the Northern Neck but also some of the Middle Peninsula. This was the first insurance company owned by a woman in the Northern Neck.
She had many interests and many friends, but her love of family always came first. Carol was a member of Indian Creek Yacht and Country Club where many rounds of golf were enjoyed. She also enjoyed mahjong and reading, and she admitted to being addicted to her iPad.
Memorial services will be held at a later date.
Memorial contributions may be made to White Stone Baptist Church, P. O. Box 45, White Stone, VA 22578.
Currie Funeral Home LLC of Kilmarnock handled the arrangements.