In Loving Memory of

Juanita Owens Johnson


Juanita Owens Johnson, 90, of High Springs, FL, passed away at Tri-County Nursing home on Wednesday, February 22, 2017.  Juanita was born on August 7, 1926 to Jessie Lee and Lillie Mae Strickland Owens in Hatzel, West Virginia.  Juanita is preceded in death by her husband, Ray G. Johnson, Sr., her son Gregory Johnson and her daughter Maria Farr.  Juanita is survived by her oldest son Ray G. (Glenda) Johnson, Jr, of High Springs, FL and her youngest son, Charles B. Johnson of St. Augustine, FL; 9 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren.

There will be a memorial service on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 11:00 AM at Evans Carter Funeral Home Chapel in High Springs, FL with Pastor Sam Maihack officiating.  Eastern Star Rites will be conducted by the High Springs Chapter 105 order of the Eastern Star.  Interment will be in Atlanta, GA at a later date.

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  1. Danny
    Danny at · Reply

    Grandma, you always brightened my day, I will miss your smiling face and warm hug. As difficult as it is to let you go I know you are in a far better place and made whole once again. You will be in my mind the remainder of my days and what a joy it will be to see you again when the time comes, save me a place. I love and miss you, Danny

  2. Joyce Young
    Joyce Young at · Reply

    Aunt Butch, you are a part of my first memories. You had so much influence in my life. So glad that you are free now from any boundaries. Love You

  3. Rhonda Contreras
    Rhonda Contreras at · Reply

    I’ll miss knowing my sweet Aunt Butch is in the same world with me, but live in the assurance that she is safe in the arms of the Lord she loved so dearly.

  4. Rachel Curtis
    Rachel Curtis at · Reply

    Grandma, I will forever remember your laugh, and that above all else, love can bring you back to me even if just for a moment. The way you cried when I hugged you that day with Dad, it remains in my heart so fresh, you had no memory of me until we embraced. Then my Grandma knew her Wachel Wee was there. I promise to share your love and laughter for an eternity.

  5. Billy and Kay DeVore
    Billy and Kay DeVore at · Reply

    We are sad for your loss. Cherish your memories. She will be missed but not forgotten. Ps. 116:15 <3

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