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Once you request the services of Johnson's Funeral Home, we will immediately put our experienced funeral professionals to work for you. A single, dedicated individual will stay in contact with you every step of the way and guide you through the decision-making process. He or she will carefully explain your options, make recommendations at your request, take care of all the small details, and ensure that you and your family’s personal touch is always present.
|Toney Chaney, Owner|
Toney, a licensed Funeral Director, joined the Johnson family and began serving families in December of 2008. He began his career in 1988 at Littleton Funeral Home in Ohio before moving to central Kentucky in 1992 to be closer to his family in Hazard.
Toney, a member of the Georgetown Kiwanis Club, and his wife, Victoria, and their two daughters, Morgan and Emily are members of The Old Paris Road Church of God, and are active in several school and civic programs.
In his free time, Toney enjoys attending auctions and antique galleries with his wife and spending as much time possible with his daughters at the movies, bowling or just being together at home.
|D. Grant Bolt, CFSP, Owner|
Grant, a licensed embalmer, funeral director and crematory operator, came back to Johnson's in September of 2014. A native of Grayson, KY, he began his career at Johnson's before spending more than 20 years of funeral service in Central Kentucky.
Grant and his wife Pam, have two children, Lauren and Andrew, and attend Georgetown First United Methodist Church. A Certified Funeral Service Practitioner, he is a member and Past President of the Georgetown Rotary Club, member of Psalm 82:3 Mission and currently serves as President on the Executive Board of the Funeral Directors Association of Kentucky as well as serving on various committees within the association. A Past President of the FDAK Central District, he is a member of the National Funeral Directors Association and also serves as an Assistant Coach with the Scott County boys lacrosse team.
In his free time, Grant enjoys going to the lake with his family, working in his garden or supporting his kids at their events.
Sharon joined the Johnson family in 2012 after receiving a Bachelors degree in Human Services and Counseling from Lindsey Wilson School of Counseling. A masters internship was instrumental for the empathy for bereavement grief, further leading to facilitating grief support groups as well as private grief counseling. Sharon received Life Tribute Celebrant certification from Santa Anna, CA in 2013.
Sharon attends Central Church in Georgetown where she is active in women’s ministry. She is an advocate for our elderly generation and is passionate about the importance of caregiving. She enjoys being outdoors,beaches, flowers, writing and attending all of her grandchildren’s activities. She has worked in the flower industry and floral design for 41 years.
Sharon finds her joy in family and celebrates her 4 grandchildren daily. Her faith is essential.
Robbi has been working part-time with Johnson’s Funeral Home since 2015. Robbi got her Bachelors and Masters at Lindsey Wilson and is currently enrolled in a Doctoral Program at University of the Cumberlands.
She currently serves as the Director of Diversity & Inclusion and Assistant Dean of Students at Georgetown College. She has been at Georgetown College for 22 years. Robbi loves to go shopping, listen to gospel music and eat ice cream! Her ultimate joy is spending time with her grandchildren.
Her favorite quote is “When someone shows you who they are, believe them.”
|Kim Grigsby Donaldson|
Kim’s family has been part of the Georgetown community since the early 1920’s. She graduated from Scott County High School and Georgetown College. After 20+ years teaching at a business college, Kim went back to get a teaching licensure for elementary from Asbury University. Kim primarily teaches Bible, choir, and PE part-time at Veritas Christian Academy.
Kim recently moved back to Georgetown to live in her great-grandmother’s refurbished house that was built by her great-grandfather around 1925. There’s no place like home.
Kim enjoys gardening, learning more about her Jesus, walking around town, and making new memories with family and friends. She is also known to pull over to appreciate a beautiful scene in nature.
Mike has lived in Scott County since 1959 and graduated from Scott County High School in 1968. He and his wife, Sandy Spickard Fry, have been married for more than 50 years and are members of Gano Baptist Church, where Mike was ordained in 2009. Together, they have three children, nine grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
When Mike isn’t helping at the funeral home, he enjoys hunting, fishing, a round of golf and spoiling his grandchildren.
The son of Grant and Pam Bolt, Andrew is a senior at Scott County High School and will be attending Hanover College in the fall to major in business and play collegiate lacrosse. He is a member and three-time captain of the Scott County United lacrosse team and attends the Georgetown First United Methodist Church. In addition to assisting at Johnson’s Funeral Home, he also works for a local landscape company. In his free time he likes to go to the lake and spend time with friends and family.
|R.C. (Chuck) and Frankie C. Johnson |
Chuck Johnson, a lifelong native of Georgetown, took over the family businesses of Johnson’s Funeral Home and Johnson’s Furniture & Interiors at the death of his father when he was 19 years old.
Chuck was a graduate of Georgetown High School and Georgetown College where he was a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity.
Frankie Cagle Johnson is a native of Coral Gables, Florida and came to Georgetown College where she met Chuck. After receiving her degree in Education from Georgetown College, she taught at Mary Todd Elementary School until she and Chuck started their family. She became a licensed funeral director in 1988.
Chuck and Frankie have three children, Katherine, Elizabeth and Charles and one grandson, Cyrus. They are active members of Faith Baptist Church and currently volunteer with various local charities in the community.
Chuck passed away April 20, 2016 and will be greatly missed by the funeral home and those in Scott County.
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