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John Mackay Butler, Jr.

John Mackay Butler, Jr.
  • January 20, 1946 - March 31, 2022
  • Yonges Island, South Carolina
  • In lieu of flowers, memorial may be made to:
  • Christ-St. Paul's Cemetery Fund
    4981 Chapel Road
    Meggett, SC 29449

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Just hearing of this. So very sorry to hear of Johnny's passing. Didn't know Johnny very well, only through my friendship with his brother Tommy and sister Lynn. Prayers for Roberta and the families.


Posted by: Joe Whetstone - Friend   Apr 29, 2022

Sorry to hear of John's passing. Worked with John for at least 20 years at Dayco in Walterboro. Will miss him and extend my sympathy to his extended family. He has gone to a better place, and a reunion of loved ones will occur in the future. God Bless.


Posted by: Ken Langdale - Boiling Springs, SC - Coworker   Apr 09, 2022

We are praying for peace and comfort in this time of need. May God Bless your family.


Posted by: The Minters - Friend   Apr 08, 2022

I am so sorry for u. prayers


Posted by: Sherri Locke - Friend   Apr 05, 2022

May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always.


Posted by: American Heart Association    Apr 05, 2022

I will always cherish the time I spent with Johnny in Children's Church. He was willing to do anything to help, to put a costume on and become a character from the Bible. The kids loved him. He will be missed by many. My heartfelt love and sympathy to Loretta, Lynn and all the family.


Posted by: Bonnie Rackley - Other   Apr 03, 2022

Our Prayers and Synphony for your loss, he was a first class gentlemen and friend.


Posted by: Cecil & Joyce Dye    Apr 03, 2022

Johnny was my cousin and spent many weekends at my house in Columbia when he was at ft Jackson we hardly knew each other before that as my dad (his fathers brother) was in the army. It was good to connect with family much love to the remaining clan. Carol steigner


Posted by: Much love Carol and jon - Family   Apr 02, 2022

I worked with John for many years, but we also shared fishing trips on the Edisto River for shad for a number of years. He was a good friend. My thoughts and prayers are with all of the family.


Posted by: Steve Sanders - Walterboro, SC - Coworker   Apr 02, 2022

So terribly sorry to hear this news. So many fond memories as we grew up on Edisto together. May God wrap his arms around each of you and give you strength for the days ahead.


Posted by: Linda Leatherwood    Apr 01, 2022