Obituary for Jeannie Johnson

Jeannie Johnson Photo for obit

Remembering Jeannie Johnson

A longtime friend of MLLC died on this past Friday, April 17.  She and her family attended worship and participated in various events over the years at MLLC. Due to the current gathering restrictions in this time of the pandemic, a small, family memorial gathering was held on Saturday, April 18, at the church.  The family is working the MLLC to plan a public memorial service at MLLC during the summer months.

 

Jeannie Marie Zies Johnson

December 2, 1948 – April 17, 2020

Obituary

Jeannie Marie Johnson, 71, of Carmine passed away on April 17, 2020. She passed away from cancer at Brazos Valley Hospice.

She was born on Dec. 2. 1948 to Gene and Bette Zies in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She had two brothers, Raymond and Harry Zies. She attended South Side High School in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She married James Johnson in El Paso on May 2, 1981.

Surviving is her husband, James Johnson; son, Gary and daughter-in-law, Sonny and son, Kris and daughter-in-law, Angie; brother, Harry; grandchildren, Matt, Nick, Shelby, Josh, Emily and Jason; and family.

Funeral arrangements are pending.

Memorial Gifts

A specific memorial gift designation has not been noted.

Some may wish to make a gift to MLLC.  You can do this by mail to:  Martin Luther Lutheran Church, P O Box 362; Carmine TX 78932  Make note on the memo line:  Jeannie Johnson

You may also give through the MLLC online giving site:  Click this link.  On the line for Memorial Gifts, please note the amount of your gift.  Use the second box to note, “Jeannie Johnson,” as your designation.  A name is required for this spot.

Thank you for your generous gifts and for honoring the memory of Jeannie Johnson.

 

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