Dreama Sue Settle Johns passed away peacefully on Wednesday, February 23, 2022 at Plateau Medical Center in Oak Hill, WV surrounded by family members.
Dreama was born on July 30, 1953 in Beckley, WV to Leonard and Dorothy Settle of Mossy. If you knew Dreama, you know that she was a kind and caring person who was friendly to all. She never met a stranger with whom she couldn’t quickly strike up an easy conversation and make an instant connection. She loved to laugh and always wanted to make others laugh with her.
Dreama was preceded in death by her parents, her brothers (Daniel and Bruce) and by her first husband, Greg Arrington Sr.
Survivors who will miss her dearly and forever cherish her memory include her loving and devoted husband Bob Johns (Oak Hill) who was her biggest supporter and was always by her side cheering her on during her brief illness. In addition to Bob, she is survived by her son Gregory Arrington Sr., his fiancée Crystal Hunter and grandson Caleb Hunter, all of Summersville; and by her son, Bryan Arrington, Oak Hill.
Other survivors include her siblings: Velva Walker (Hal), Louisville, Ky; Dallas Settle (Becky), Mossy; Jan Settle (sister-in-law), Rose Wriston (Beckley), Jimmy Settle (Mossy); Johnny Settle (Terri), Oak Hill; Debbie Settle (Bill), Winston-Salem, NC; and Tommy Settle (Mossy). In addition to her siblings, Dreama is survived by numerous nieces and nephews.
As per her wishes, there will be a private service conducted by Pastor Richard Allen of Carlisle Church of God with burial following in Highlawn Cemetery. Paul bearers will be Gregory Arrington, Jr; Bryan Arrington, Herb Meador III, Herbie Meador IV, Mike Price and Caleb Hunter.
The family wishes to express our love and gratitude to Pastor Richard Allen, our long-time friend Pastor Paul Basham (Mossy Living Word Church); to the staff of Wake Forest Medical Center in Winston-Salem, NC (Dreama made some wonderful friends while being treated there); and to the staff at Plateau Medical Center.
Highlawn Funeral Home is providing services to the family.