F. Mabel Johnson

F. Mabel Johnson

June 19, 1929 ‐ July 14, 2021
F. Mabel Johnson
Birthplace: Pottstown, Pennsylvania Resided In: Avon, Ohio

Florence Mabel Johnson (née Faust) entered God’s kingdom 07/14/21 at the age of 92. Proceeding her in heaven were her husband James Johnson and her son Glenn Johnson. She is survived by her daughter Mary Gebben (Richard) and son Scott Johnson (MaryJane),her sister Mary Heavner of Chesapeake, VA, her grandchildren Katherine Gebben, Jennifer Johnson, Claire Gebben (Anne), Matthew Johnson (Ferin) and her great grandson Andrew. Mabel,as she was known to all, was born 06/19/29 in Pottstown, Pa. She graduated from Ursinus College in the class of 1951 with a degree in English. It was there she met her beloved Jim. Mabel and Jim were longtime members of Dover Congregational United Church of Christ, Westlake, OH. She taught Sunday School, worked with the Youth Group and  in the Church Library. She was a longtime resident of Bay Village.  In the 1970’s she worked in the cafeteria at Bay Middle School. She enjoyed horticulture and was an avid reader. She was also a published author. Her family and friends hold many cherished memories. She was loved and will be greatly missed. In  lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to The National MS Society MSfund.org. Service will be private with family at a future date.


Guest Comments

Linda Brugh
North Ridgeville, Ohio

My pleasure in knowing Mabel was through Dover Congregational U.C.C. from the 1980's to the present day. Our church library houses Mabel's writings on church history, herbs and fiction. In these last years I would deliver a bag of books to her home. After she read them we would discuss each book. I loved hearing her intelligent insights. Through books we formed a beautiful friendship. She was a gift to me. I will miss her greatly. My love to her family. She spoke of you always.

Eileen Schultz
WESTLAKE

Mabel was a very dear friend. She was a smart, well read, caring woman who was always interested in hearing stories about her church family. She was dedicated to her church and served in many ways. She is probably remembered the most for her leadership in the library. Her love for books led her to this place of service. In later years, she loved to tell stories of her adventures as a wife and mother. I will miss Mabel but know she is happily in the arms of Jesus.

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