Eleanor E. (Eriksen) Johnson

Born: Fri., Jan. 22, 1932
Died: Fri., Feb. 5, 2021


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Eleanor E. Johnson (Eriksen), of Warren, passed away on February 5, 2021.  She was born January 22, 1932, to the late Charles and Emilie (Bishop) Eriksen.  A 1950 Graduate of Youngsville High School.  She married Raymond F. Johnson on August 4th of 1950 who preceded her in death on September 28th, 1992.

Also preceded in death by a son Charles W. Johnson on May 5th, 1920; a daughter Pamela Johnson on December 16th, 2003; a Grandson David Drum on March 11th, 2016; a daughter in law Linda Johnson on March 19th, 2011; 5 brothers and 3 sisters.

She is survived by a son James (Nette) Johnson of Port Charlotte, Florida, a daughter Kelly (Don) Wingard of Corry, Pennsylvania, a brother Harold (Dorothy) Erickson of Nampa, Idaho.  Her beloved grandchildren Larry Gibson, Angela Penland, Renee Vergara, Cindy Lordman, Matt Johnson, Mandy Proper, Nicholas Bailey, Megan Wingard, Jordan Wingard, Aaron Wingard, and many, many great and great-great grandchildren.

She also leaves behind very good friends Darla and Robert Heckathorn whom were always there for her. 

 Burial will be at Westview Cemetery in Starbrick, PA.

In lieu of cards and flowers family invites memorial contributions to Warren Manor Nursing Home Activity Fund, 682 Pleasant Drive Warren, PA, 16365, or the Sugar Grove Fire Hall, 11 Wilson Street, Sugar Grove, PA, 16350.

 

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Jackie Johnson Anthony
   Posted Wed February 10, 2021
Aunt Eleanor, I will miss your beautiful smile and your wonderful sense of humor. You and uncle always made us laugh until we almost cried. Heaven won't be the same with you all up there cracking jokes. Rest in peace!

Shannon Masterson Kendrick
   Posted Wed February 10, 2021
Dear Jim and Kelly,
I was so very sorry to learn of your mom's passing. I have many happy memories of spending time in your home. Your mom was such a kind lady and a really good cook. She was a good neighbor and a friend to many. I am sure she touched the lives of many during her time on Earth. Wishing you peace as you remember your mom.

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