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What an inspiring legacy! Come on Hollywood, surely there's one heck-of-a-story/movie to make about this great American!

I love reading stories like her, about talented, courageous, and sophisticated women. It's so encouraging. Please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of Mrs. Bryan Johnson. May the family receive the underserved kindness and peace from Our Heavenly Father to endure with your loss – for He is close to the brokenhearted ones.

What an awesome lady. She gave me my private pilot check ride on a windy day back in 1971. Of all my check rides that's the one I remember most.
Thanks Evelyn,
R. Harrington

Ms.Evelyn give me my check ride in 1998 and I still remember her advice"never panic Missouri".That has saved me more than once and I remember her every time I fly.I feel privileged to have had her in my life,thanks again Ms. Evelyn.

Evelyn Bryan Johnson (November 4, 1909 – May 10, 2012) has died. I took my Private Pilot checkride test with her in Sept 1975. Each individual that took tests from her would receive a printed card after he past the test. She wrote about the responsibilities the new pilot has for flying safely.

David Paul Moore

What a wonder full life,what a story so glad I got to meet this very great person!

I met Mrs. Johnson only once about 10 years ago. She was such a wonderful person. I told my wife what a treasure I thought she was; an inspiration. I know she'll be missed by any one who knew her.

What a role models for our young women today ! Mama Bird showed us that nothing is impossible with hard work ! Her example is so needed today. Thank Jehovah God that very soon wonderful people like this will live again,on a beautiful paradise earth where Mama Bird can continue to fly and teach others her wonderful talent ! (Ps.37:11)


EVELYN's Obituary

JOHNSON, EVELYN BRYAN "MAMA BIRD" - age 102, of Jefferson City, TN passed away on May 10, 2012. She was born November 4, 1909 in Corbin, KY, the daughter of Edward William and Myme Estelle (Fox) Stone. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Morristown, TN. She was an airport...

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