Micah Meeks-Johnson | Obituaries | Terre Haute Tribune Etoile

July 14, 1980
March 3, 2022

TERRE HAUTE – Micah R. Meeks-Johnson, 41, of Terre Haute died Thursday, March 3, 2022. He was a paramedic and instructor for Parke County, Indiana. Micah was born on July 14, 1980 in Indianapolis, IN to James “Jim” Meeks-Johnson and Sally Meeks.
Survivors include his wife, Kimberly Cahill Meeks-Johnson of Terre Haute; two sons, Mason Meeks-Johnson and Caleb Meeks-Johnson both of Terre Haute; a stepson, Ian Chalos (Meagan) of Denham Springs, LA; two daughters-in-law, Kassie Chalos and Keely Thomas (Dave) both of Terre Haute; his mother and father, Jim and Sally Meeks-Johnson of Lawrence, IN; and two grandsons, Aiden Hutchens and Connor Francis. Also survived are three brothers, Jaysin Meeks-Johnson (Rue) of Adams, MA, Elia Meeks-Johnson (Diana) of Portland, OR and TJ Meeks-Johnson of Dubuque, IA; three sisters, Rachel Meeks-Johnson of Portland, OR, Heather Meeks-Johnson of Bloomington, IN and Amanda Meeks-Johnson of Marion, IN; his mother and stepfather, James and Lyndia Cahill of Terre Haute; sister-in-law, Kerrie Archer (Jimmy) of Terre Haute; nieces and nephews, Victor, Vivian, Violette and Ellie; and many aunts uncles and cousins. He was predeceased by a brother-in-law, Jason Cahill.
Micah worked with Parke County EMS for 4 years. He was a primary instructor with the agency who had been teaching the very first EMT-B class held at their facility for over 20 years. Micah was dedicated, loyal, hardworking and always honest. Micah was proud of his accomplishments as a paramedic, but more than that, he was proud of his family. He dedicated his life to his wife and 2 sons and showed no more joy than when talking about their time together and their accomplishments. Micah was happiest spending time with his family enjoying their sports and activities. He loved music, played the guitar and wrote songs. He was interested in all sports and athletics, especially basketball and football with the children. Micah was a friendly and loving parent who taught by example and always had time to explain any issues at all times. He always shocked his sons with his vast knowledge of everything that was asked.
Private family arrangements will take place at Callahan & Hughes Funeral Home, 605 South 25th Street. If friends wish, memorial contributions may be made to Parke County EMS, 110 E. High Street, Rockville, IN 47872. Funeral information and tributes may be found at:
www.callahanandhughes.com

Published on March 7, 2022

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