Jerry Leon Johnson, of Tulsa, passed away on Tuesday, May 3, at the age of 80. Jerry was born on April 10, 1942, in Tulsa to Alfred and Opal Johnson.\r\n\r\nJerry was a longtime abstractor, working at Tulsa Abstract and Title Company in his early adult years and Guaranty Abstract Company for 40-plus years. He served as abstract department manager and company secretary at Guaranty Abstract.\r\nIn early adulthood, he played fastpitch softball and basketball in industrial leagues in the Tulsa area in the 1960s and early 70s.\r\n\r\nJerry volunteered much of his time coaching little league baseball for his two sons' teams. Some of his teams' players went on to play high school baseball and few even went on to play in college. Jerry was an avid sports fan, supporting University of Tulsa basketball and football along with University of Oklahoma football. He also enjoyed going to old Tulsa Oiler baseball and Tulsa Driller baseball games from time to time. As a child, Jerry was at times part of the Knothole Gang at Oiler games.\r\nHis other interests were dancing and movies. He was like a walking encyclopedia concerning all kinds of movies and trivia and enjoyed old western TV shows.\r\n\r\nJerry was a 1961 graduate of Central High School in Tulsa.\r\n\r\nJerry was preceded in death by his parents and sister Carol Medlin Evans, of Skiatook.\r\n\r\nJerry is survived by his two sons Brian and his wife Dedra of Shawnee and Darin and his wife Tanya, of Claremore. He is also survived by his ex-wife of 41 years Donna Collins Johnson, of Sand Springs. He is also survived by his brother Larry Johnson and his wife Anne of Tulsa and sister Janet Freeny and her husband Gary of Bartlesville. Jerry is survived by grandchildren: Brenna Dolan, of Moorhead, Minn.; Kenzie Johnson, of Salina; Tatum Johnson, of Claremore; Ethan Johnson, of Shawnee; Jordon King, of Claremore; Daniel Moniz, of Claremore and Lynsey Moniz, of Claremore. Jerry is also survived by several great grandchildren.