R.B. Johnson, 89 of Mt Herman, OK passed from this life on December 30, 2014 at Wadley Hospital in Texarkana, TX. He was born on January 30, 1925 in Buffalo, OK the son of Cleveland and Willie Mae (Brooks) Johnson. R.B. was a life time resident of McCurtain county. He became a rancher at the young age of seventeen. He was a Tyson Poultry Grower for forty two years and raised cow and hog dogs. He was a member of KASPE Organization. Throughout the years he shared his home with many who were in need of a place to stay. His family and close friends remember his kind heart, gracious giving and as a man who never met a stranger. R.B. looked forward to hunting season and the opportunity to visit his family and friends. He loved spending time with his family and playing with his grandkids. R.B. and the late Alma Marie Anderson were united in marriage in 1950 and shared fifty two years together. He leaves to cherish his memory four daughters, Jeanie Nichols of Bethel, OK, Kathy Crawford and husband, Tony of Broken Bow, OK, Karen Martin and husband, Gary of Mt. Herman and Darla Holmes and husband, Randy of Red Oak, OK; one son, Barney Johnson and wife, Ellen of Mt. Herman, OK; grandchildren, Jesse and Kathy Nichols of Van Buren, AR, Angela and Darren Harder of Battiest, OK, Brad and Kim Nichols of Broken Bow, OK, John and Nadiya Nichols of The Woodlands, TX, Jamie and Tricia Crawford of Porter, TX, Kristi and Adrian Routh, Shelby and Weylin Routh all of Glover, OK, Brande and Todd Martin, Cody Holmes all of Red Oak, OK, Brandon and Alaina Johnson, Sarah and John Cogburn all of Smithville, OK; twenty five great-grandchildren, three great-great-grandchildren; a special friend and caregiver, Peggie Grey; two sisters, Nelcene Newman of Springfield, CO and Daisy Barrick of Elk Grove, CA and many friends. R.B. was preceded in death by his wife, one grandson, Shane Martin, son-in-law, Jesse Nichols, seven brothers, Clayton, Staley, Dent, Army, PK, JC(Pal) and Boyd Johnson; one sister, Lorene Shipman.Cemetery:Hochatown Cemetery \nTo send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of R.B. Johnson, please visit our floral store.