Mary-Johnson-Obituary

Mary L. Johnson

Albany, New York

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Johnson, Mary L. ALBANY Mary L. Johnson, 80, passed away peacefully on January 30, 2018, at St. Peter's Hospital. We are because you were. Please join us in celebrating the life and legacy of Mary Louise Johnson. Retired professor of nursing and alumni of The Sage Colleges. Mother of one; grandma...

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Professor Johnson was my Nursing instructor at Russell Sage College in the the mid 1980's, and she had the greatest impact on me. She modeled professionalism, kindness, and excellence...thank you. I pray that God would comfort you all in your loss.

To Mary's Family,

I was so sorry to hear of Mary's death. We were faculty colleagues for many years. I always looked forward to general meetings to have an opportunity to interact with Mary. After I retired it was a treat to run into Mary in the library. She never seemed to age and always had that great smile. Her quiet support was always appreciated. RIP, Mary.

We will miss Aunt Lou and the many inspiring conversations. Thank you for your love and support to the family.

Love,

Syrenthia and Doc

With deepest sympathies and condolences to the Family of Mary L. Johnson

Sincerely The Roberts- Newton family

Mary will b missed....i knew....also an ...as she walked in the V. A. Medical Center...it was always a pleasure to come upon her an passing....as she walked about with the assurance of her tilt of the head with her smile...A GOD FEARING WOMEN"" She loved her FAMILY an gave them GREAT CARE ...I WAS ALWAYS MADE FEEL AT HOME WHEN EVER I'D POP IN WITH HER SISTER BERNICE....i HAD JUST CALLED HER A FEW WEEKS AGO..

Meeting Professor Johnson on the college mall--her winning smile and eyes bright behind those pearl-framed glasses. In faculty meetings I often turned to catch her smile; she gave me strength to speak.
A wonderful woman has joined the angels.

I have known Mary since she came to live across the street from me on Terry Ave. I am so sorry to hear she passed. She was a great lady.

Dear Johnson Family, I was so sorry to learn of Mary's passing. I was privileged to be one of her many students, as well as a colleague as a fellow faculty member at Russell Sage College. Mary was easily my favorite faculty member when I was a student in the 80's. She inspired me in so many ways. I will always remember her quiet confidence and calm demeanor. She also inspired me as a fellow faculty member with her extensive knowledge, wisdom and unfailing support of all of her students.

To the Johnson Family:

You have our deepest sympathy. May she RIP.