Johnny Monroe Shelley Death, Obituary – We are sorry to have to inform you that Mr. Bouknight was discovered dead in Montgomery County in a condition in which he was not responsive before he passed away. At this point, it does not appear like any form of foul play was involved in the event that just took place. The terrible event that has befallen his family has left us feeling sorrowful and helpless. They have our deepest condolences in this time of loss.
Johnnie Bouknight, who was 74 years old at the time of his disappearance, has reportedly been reported missing. According to the allegations of local residents, the last time anyone in Upper Marlboro saw him was on December 3 at 10:00 a.m. on the 1200 block of Merganser Court. His weight is 165 pounds, which corresponds to his height of 6 feet and 1 inch. He was the son of Olin H. and Hiley C. Bouknight, both of whom have passed away, and he was last seen wearing a blue sweat suit, a black zip up hoody, black sneakers, and a black ball hat. Both of his parents have passed away.
The deaths of both of his parents have occurred. Mr. Bouknight had formerly made his home in Newberry, which is located in the state of South Carolina, but for the previous 36 years, he had been a resident of Gaston. Over the course of more than 36 years, he was an engaged member of the communities that comprised the Mt. Hebron United Methodist Church as well as the Woodsmen of the World. Mr. Bouknight owned White Feathers Farms and was responsible for its management up until the time that he decided to retire from those roles.
During the Korean War, Mr. Bouknight displayed exceptional loyalty to his country, and as a result, he was honored with the Purple Heart in appreciation of the duty that he had performed. The devoted son, husband, father, and grandfather that he was will inspire a great deal of fondness in the hearts of his family members and friends when they think back on his life. Survived by one daughter, Linda Bouknight Smith of Charleston; one son, J. Kevin Bouknight and his wife, Angela M. of Lexington; four grandsons, Jonathan L. Smith of Charleston; Heather, Hilary, and Justin Bouknight of Lexington; and one great-grandchild. Survived by one daughter, Linda Bouknight Smith of Charleston; one son, J. Kevin Bouknight and his wife, Angela M. of Lexington; and one great-grandchild. Survived by one son, J. Kevin Bouknight and his wife, Angela M., of Lexington; one daughter, Linda Bouknight Smith, of Charleston; and one great-grandchild.