Ida Johnson Arnold
1923 - 2017
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Ida Johnson Arnold

Christiana, TN

Ida Johnson Arnold, age 94 of Christiana died Thursday July 27, 2017. She was born in Brunswick County N.C. and was preceded in death by her husband Edmund Arnold; parents, David R. Johnson, and Rebecca Gore Johnson; grandson, Jodie Hollis III., Mrs. Arnold was a member of Christiana Baptist Church and retired from Pro-Con Products.

She is survived by daughters, Sue Bozeman of Murfreesboro, Linda Hollis of Christiana, Shirley Himes and husband Lewis of Murfreesboro, Betty Wilson and husband Rickie of Florida; Grandchildren, Edward J. Bozeman, Jr., and wife Nancy of Murfreesboro, Penny Morrow and husband, Randy of Lascassas, Angela Rene Wilson of Christiana, David Estes Jr., and wife Ruth Ann of Murfreesboro, Kristy Templeton and husband Rick of Murfreesboro, Rickie Wilson II and wife Christina of Louisiana, Kenneth Wilson of Murfreesboro, Amanda Edgar and husband Michael of Florida; 16 Great-Grandchildren; brothers, Jim Johnson of North Carolina, Tom Johnson of California, Steve Johnson of North Carolina; sister, Lillie May Holder of North Carolina.

Visitation will be after 1:00PM Sunday at Woodfin Memorial Chapel followed by Funeral Service at 3:00PM Sunday, Woodfin Memorial Chapel. Burial will follow in Chadwick Cemetery. www.woodfinchapel.com




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Published in The Daily News Journal on Jul. 29, 2017.
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July 24, 2018
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July 24, 2018
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.(1Cor.1:3)
August 2, 2017
Granny... Where did the time go? It seems like only yesterday we were standing at the kitchen counter making tea or biscuits. Looking out the window to spot red birds sitting in the trees; in which, you taught me how to whistle to them. Or looking for four leaf clovers in the front yard, because you could always spot them so quickly. I still remember our times at the Farmer's Market picking out vegetables, fruits, and honey. The times when me, you, and nana would sit and shuck the corn, break the beans, cut the squash, and peel the tomatoes. Or the times when you would come down to the house and play basketball with me. Our days driving on the open back roads, just seeing where the road would take us. The days spent picking strawberries from the field or planting our garden. All the time spent putting together puzzles at the beauty shop, remember the edges first then the inside. Those memories seem like they were just yesterday when in reality they were years ago. Time sure does fly by, but I will cherish those memories forever! You were someone who I looked up to, who I valued very much. I will never forget all of the support and kind words you said to me. You were always there when I needed you and I knew that I could always count on you. I will make you proud, I promise. I love you so much! You will be missed dearly, it isn't going to be the same without you here. I know you are in a better place, and reunited with other loved ones. Tell Grandaddy that I said, "Hello and I can't wait to meet him one day", tell E.J. "I miss you and our fishing talks", take care of Nana's little boy and give Thumper a hug for me. I know things are hard without you here, but I just keep telling myself everything happens for a reason. As the preacher said "All life is precious", and I believe that you were as precious as life. Times had been rough and I understand that you were tired. I still wish you had stayed with us; instead of leaving us, leaving me, like you did. But I know things are better now and that you are being well taken care of (or at least you better be). As the preacher stated: "It's not goodbye, it's I'll see you later". And Granny, I will indeed see you later! So save some vegetables and tea for me. And don't worry I will take care of Nana and Momma, I promise. I miss you so much already, but I know and feel that you are still here with me... in my heart. I love you and I WILL see you later...

Love,
Your Pumpkin
Jamie Wilson
July 29, 2017
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
Jim & Janet Johnson
July 29, 2017
So sorry to hear about your loss, of Mrs. Ida. She was a beautiful, sweet lady. May God bless all of you.
Patricia Anne Lowe
July 29, 2017
So very sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you and your family.
Linda & Douglas Brooks
July 28, 2017
So sorry for your loss.
Steve & Cathy Johnson
July 28, 2017
Prayers for the family from Tim & Tami Johnson.
Tami Johnson
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