Johnny Dwayne Tipton

Johnny “Dollar” Dwayne Tipton, 55 of Hazen went to be with the Lord Saturday, March 13, 2021 after a lengthy battle with complications of COVID -19.

Johnny was born on November 11, 1965 in Stuttgart to J.B. Tipton and Tessie Arcola King Tipton.  He was a 1984 Stuttgart High School graduate and earned an Associates Degree from Phillips County Community College.  Throughout his career, he worked at Napa, Riceland Foods, Odom’s TN. Pride, Schwan’s, Boar’s Head, and Producer’s Rice Mill as a Safety Director, where he made countless friends.  Throughout his life he was a volunteer fire fighter, a member of the Hazen School Board, and a member of Immanuel Baptist Church in Carlisle.

Johnny loved and excelled at baseball growing up, which carried over to him being an avid Razorback fan.  He was an outdoorsman, making special memories with friends and family hunting ducks, deer, and fishing.  Camping was another way he made special moments with family and friends, willing to cook out for the group.  He loved his special pets and let them boss him around.  It was his nature to make others around him feel good.  His smile could light up a room and he never met a stranger.  He loved to share his love of Christ with hopes that all would come to know Him as their Savior.

Johnny was preceded in death by his parents.  Survivors are his wife of 29 years, Karen Coyle Tipton; his daughters, Meagan Tuggle (Bubba), Maleah Haralson (Ricky) of Romance and Sarah Tipton (Cody Smith) of Hazen; his siblings, Brenda Persons (Donald) of Pine Bluff, James “Jug” Tipton (Corman) of De valls Bluff, and Marty Tucek (Robert) of Stuttgart; grandchildren, Easton Tuggle, Avery Haralson, and Ally Haralson; his father-in-law, Lamar Coyle, and a host of nieces and nephews.

Visitation will be from 1:30 to 2:00 P.M., Monday, March 15, 2021 at the Oakland Cemetery Pavilion in De Valls Bluff with funeral services at 2:00 P.M.

The family requests that everyone please wear a mask and abide by Covid guidelines.

6 thoughts on “Johnny Dwayne Tipton”

  1. Karen and the Tipton families,

    I am saddened to learn of the passing of Johnny. May the memories that you shared with Johnny give you strength, comfort, and yes, a smile today, tomorrow and the many days ahead.

  2. Johnny was one of the kindest men I have ever known. My heart breaks for your family. I know he is in no pain nor suffering or confused anymore. My prayers go to you and your family. I pray God gives you the strength to get through these hard times. I know Johnny would not want us to be sad so I am going to say that I will see him in heaven❤️

  3. Karen and Sarah,
    I was so sorry to hear about Johnny’s passing. I admire your faith in God and want you to know that you have been a blessing to me to witness your undying faith!! It encourages others who are going through storms in their lives to trust in God! May God give you strength and courage to get through the lonely times ahead. If you need anything, please call.

  4. I am so sorry for your loss. Johnny was a wonderful person and will be truly missed. Love and prayers for you and your family.

  5. Tony Prislovsky

    I am so sorry for your loss. Johnny and I always loved to talk about sports. He was always a joy to be around. I will truly miss talking to him. My thought’s and prayers are with the family.

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