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On Monday, January 7, 2019, Carol Johnson, loving wife and mother of five children, passed away at the age of 83 at the Timber Ridge Rehabilitation and Nursing Center of Ocala, Florida.
Carol was born on April 25, 1935 in Ray, Ohio. She attended college at Ohio State University. She owned and ran several small businesses in Michigan and Florida including a ceramic shop, Motel and Bait shop as well as a candy, cake and catering business. She later retired after working several years as a United States Postal Clerk.
Carol had a passion for all things cooking and crafting. She also loved playing dominos; completing her Sudoku puzzles as well as collecting everything snowman and Mickey Mouse. She was a member of Christ's Church of Marion County, the Order of the Eastern Stars and T.O.P.S., #0531. She was known for her kind, helpful and compassionate spirit.
Carol was preceded in death by her father, Ralph; her mother, Ava; her three brothers, Kenneth, Bill and George; as well as, her husband, Robert; her second husband, Dean; her son, Richard; and her grandson, Jeffery.
She is survived by her sons, Donn Lucas and Duane Lucas; her daughters, Susan and Colette (Daniel) Bissey; her daughter-in-law, Margaret Lucas; her grandchildren, Emily Lucas, Robert Lucas, Brandy Lucas, Ashley (Larry) Walsh, Jeremy Elenbaas, Samantha (Daniel) Poirier, Alexandra (Josiah) Larson, Lucas Benedict, Angela Lucas, Tiffany (Jacob) Dunkin, Casey Cabral; her great grandchildren, Sean, Alissa, Nathaniel, Hannah, Bailey, Wyatt, Jesse, Emily, Katlyn, Linnae, Lilliana, Destiny, Julie, Alan Audreina and Korbin, Stephanie, Katelyn, Summer, Adalyn.
Celebration of Life services, officiated by Pastor David Bellows, will be held on Saturday, January 12, 2019 at Christ's Church of Marion County, 6768 SW 80th St. Ocala, FL at 1:00 p.m. Condolences may be expressed at
Published in Ocala Star-Banner from Jan. 11 to Jan. 12, 2019
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