Doris M. Johnson

doris m. johnson
GREECE: Thursday, November 1, 2007 at age 91. Predeceased by her husband, H. Earl Johnson. Survived by his son, David E. Johnson; daughter, Susan (George) Friedman; siblings, Ruth Walsh, William Presley, Gladys Nichols and Harry (Rose) Wood; grandchildren, Tom Byrne, Dave (Nicole) Byrne, Heather Musselman; great-grandchildren, Tommy, Kate & Sarah; several nieces and nephews; several great nieces & nephews and several great great nieces. Friends may call Saturday 10-11 AM at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home 1075 Long Pond Road, where her Funeral Service will follow at 11:00 AM in the chapel of the funeral home. Interment, White Haven Memorial Park

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  1. Aunt Doris
    You are finally at peace and an angel to watch over us. I will miss you more than words can express but I will always have those special memories of weekends with you and Uncle Earl and how much fun we use to have. You know you have always had a special place in my heart. That will remain.
    I love you!!!

  2. Dear Sue and David, My heart is saddeden by the loss of aunt Doris. She will be with Uncle Earl and Grand ma morey. I’ll always remember her strength after she lost her lung. May God be with you and your family, All my love your cousin Pete

  3. Dear Sue and David: ‘Grandma Doris’ was always very special to me, and to my family. We enjoyed the times we shared together. We could not have asked for a better prayer warrior during the time of great health issues in our family. Her twinkle in her smile will long be remembered…..until we see that smile again in Heaven. For she is surely there with her Lord. Love to you all.

  4. Dear Susan and family,
    My prayers are with in the loss of your beloved Mother anf Grandmother. She was sure a remarkable Lady. She will now be in heaven with God.

    Gayle DeRycke

  5. Dear Susan and George,

    We send our deepest sympathy to you and your family on the death of your mother. We want you to know that you are in our thoughts at this very sad time.

    Sincerely, Karen and Jack Forster

  6. My sincere sympathy to family. I remember Doris as a very caring and kind person. I did housekeeping for her.I visited her a few times at the home, but as time went on I didn’t think she really knew me. Actually, just this week I thought of her because she used to save the rubberbands and hang them on the doorknobs. I’m sorry I wasn’t able to join all of you. May God be with you at this time.

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