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Margaret Johnson Obituary
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August 21, 2018

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April 29, 2017
Today, it is with heartfelt love and sympathy that I am remembering my first grade teacher, Mrs. Margaret Jonson, age 96, from Cedar Heights school here in Lancaster, Ohio. Her funeral today was lovely as well as the luncheon at Henry Manor, with her family and friends.
Through her passion and love of teaching, she inspired me in many ways, including my love for travel and the importance of being a life long learner. Thank you Mrs.Johnson, for playing an important part in my life Today we celebrate your life
April 29, 2017
I offer my condolences to Dianna and other family of Margaret's. I enjoyed my visits to Margaret in recent years. She was a marvelous storyteller and keeper of family lore. She gamely traipsed through Lancaster cemeteries pointing out the monuments of relatives. May she rest in peace with them. She will be in my thoughts today, and I will remember her as long as I live for the lively lady she was. Nori Duncan of Pawtucket, RI (a distant Henry cousin)
April 28, 2017
I had the privilege of meeting Margaret just one time and that hour or so of conversation is etched in my memory. I was delivering flowers from First Presbyterian and Margaret graciously asked if I could stay and talk for a bit. She told me stories of growing up across the road in the current Henry Manor, of her adventure in California and of meeting her husband. The way she described how handsome he looked in that uniform, you just knew he had always been and would always be the love of her life. It was such a pleasant conversation and I hated having to leave. It was my hope delivering flowers to her would fall to me again but it didn't. Regardless, she made a lasting impression and I wish there had been another opportunity to visit with her. Praying God's comfort and peace for you.
April 28, 2017
What a beautiful spirit we have lost. Margaret was a truly extraordinary woman and I always loved to visit her every time I came down to Lancaster from Canada.