Johnny Paul Galbreath

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Johnny Paul Galbreath

JOHNNY GALBREATH Westminster – Johnny Paul Galbreath, 69, husband of Linda Adams Galbreath, passed away Friday, November 20th, 2020 at Prisma Health Oconee Memorial Hospital. A native of Oconee County, he was the son of late Marvin Whitfield Galbreath and Virgina Louise Mederith Galbreath. Johnny was a realtor, developer and contractor who was well known in Oconee County. Johnny was a master welder, pilot, avid traveler and a animal lover. He loved his grandchildren with all of his heart. In addition to his wife, Johnny is survived by sons, Chad Galbreath (Heather), Justin Galbreath, Josh Galbreath; five grandchildren, Jay Isaac, Riley Britton, Jacob Colby, Jordan Chase, and Jaylin Bree Galbreath; brothers, Jerry Galbreath and Jimmy Galbreath; his three dogs, Toby, Tuco and Beaner; and a brother in law and best friend, Glen Adams “Junior”. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his sister, Annette Galbreath. A private family Celebration Of Life services will be held at Ramsey Creek Preserve. The family will receive friends from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, Monday, November 23rd, 2020 at Sandifer Funeral Home. The family is at the residence of Linda Galbreath, 120 Maida Watkins Dr. Westminster, South Carolina 29693. Flowers are accepted or memorials in Johnny’s memory can be made to an Animal Shelter of One’s Choice. Condolences may be expressed online by visiting SANDIFER FUNERAL HOME IS ASSISTING THE FAMILY
February 10, 1951 - November 20, 202002/10/195111/20/2020
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1 Tree has been planted in memory of Johnny Galbreath.

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Fletcher, Lena & Ivan Collier; Tom & Jane Whitely

November 22, 2020

The planting of 1 memorial tree in the honor of Johnny Paul Galbreath has been arranged by Fletcher, Lena & Ivan Collier; Tom & Jane Whitely. Planted in Kirtland Habitat Restoration MI. Plant a tree
We extend our deepest condolences to your entire family. May God comfort you in this time.

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