U.S. Army Staff Sergeant (SSG) Clark “Jey” Johnson bravely served for 16 years on active duty. During that time, he completed four deployment tours in Bosnia, Kuwait and Iraq.
During his last deployment in Iraq in February 2006, SSG Johnson’s unit struck an unknown buried improvised explosive device (IED). The explosion caused catastrophic damage, instantly killing the driver and leaving SSG Johnson with serious head and neck injuries.
Only a month later, SSG Johnson was manning a weapon on top of a tank in convoy of vehicles. One of the tanks hit an IED, severely striking SSG Johnson’s right hand in the explosion. He was medically evacuated back to the U.S. and underwent several surgeries to salvage his hand. In 2012, SSG medically retired from the Army.
Meet the Johnson Family
SSG Jey and Shana Johnson have been married for 18 years and currently live in Colorado Springs, CO. They have four children: DJ, Kearstyne, Jace (17), and Karragyne (15). They also have three grandsons: Trenton (4), Grayson (2), and baby Koa.
The Johnsons love spending quality time together playing games, cheering on the Dallas Cowboys, and listening to music by George Straight, Phil Collins, and songs from the boys’ favorite movie, Disney’s Moana.
The family is excited to move to Bluffton, South Carolina, especially since neither Shana nor the kids have ever seen the ocean before. Their dream home will be ready for them this November, just in time for the holiday season!
PulteGroup Ranks #75 on the List by Great Place to Work® and Fortune ATLANTA, April 12, 2021 – PulteGroup, Inc. (NYSE: PHM), the nation’s third largest homebuilder, today announced it has been named among the 2021 Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For® by Great Place to Work® and Fortune, ranking #75. This is the first time PulteGroup has been named to
Congratulations to Field Manager Robert Todd at our Dallas division on 47 years at PulteGroup! Robert’s passion and commitment to our customers is truly best in class. “Robert, what can I say but thank you for all you do, most of which is out of sight and without self-promotion. The pride you have for your