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Jeanette Diane Johnson Obituary

October 30, 1957 - December 2, 2014

Jeanette Diane Johnson of Marysville, CA, went to be with the Lord and so many of her family and friends in Heaven on Tuesday, December 2, 2014 in Marysville, CA.

Jeanette, born to Albert and Florence Johnson on October 30, 1957 in Newark, CA, moved to Olivehurst with her family in 1974. She was a 40 year resident to the area and a lifelong homemaker.

She is survived by her son: Sean-Michael Roloff of Live Oak, CA, her daughters: Diane Washburn of Marysville, CA, and Frances Perry of Blytheville, AR, her honorary daughters Angela Hanson of Midland, TX, and Sara Manley of Marysville, CA, four sons-in-law: Bobby Washburn, Robert Perry, Ed Hanson and Will Manley, fourteen grandchildren: Haleigh, Alex, Emilee, Sylvia, Wyatt, Logan, Anthony, Landon, Ariah, Tamra, Ashlee, Ryder, Callen and Zoey. As well as three of her brothers: Arnold Johnson of Ukiah, CA, Raymond Johnson of Marysville, CA, and Dale Johnson of Olivehurst, CA, her three sisters: Nancy Johnson of Marysville, CA, Lucy Dickinson of Oroville, CA, and Brenda Johnson of Marysville, CA, many nieces and nephews and her mother: Florence Johnson of Marysville, CA.

She is preceded in death by her father: Albert E. Johnson, her first born child: Robert M. Rhodes and her brother: Larry Johnson.

Jeanette was a loving daughter, sister, aunt, mother, grandmother and friend with a tremendously giving heart. She would help anyone and everyone that she could and she always did the best she could with what she had. She enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren every chance she got as well as volunteering in their classrooms and at the little league snack bar whenever she was able. She was a real Gold Sox fan. If she couldn't get to a game you could guarantee she would be listening to it on the radio.

If you knew her - really knew her, chances are you loved her and she loved you. Carry your memories of her close to your heart as she will always be with you.

There will be a Celebration of Life BBQ for her family and friends in the spring.

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Published in Appeal Democrat on Dec. 14, 2014
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