Joyce Ann Johnson

February 08, 1942 ‒ December 11, 2015

Butler, Ohio

BUTLER: Joyce Ann Johnson, 73, of Butler passed away Friday, December 11, 2015 in the Ohio Eastern Star Home in Mt. Vernon.

The daughter of Joseph and Mary Jane (Seeburger) Hallabrin, Joyce was born February 8, 1942 in Mansfield.

Joyce retired from Neer Manufacturing after working 33 years.

She loved reading, and spending time outdoors.  Tender hearted, Joyce had a soft spot for animals including her dog, Zoey.

She is survived by her son and his fiancée Britt Johnson and Megan Hanford of Butler as well as Megan’s daughter Emery; brother Greg Hallabrin of Butler; nephew Craig Hallabrin and niece Lacey Hallabrin both of Butler and niece Christy Thompson of Bellville; two great nephews and one great niece; special friend Sheila Counts.

She was preceded in death by her parents.

Her family has chosen the Bellville Snyder Funeral Home for compassionate cremation services.

A memorial gathering, celebrating the life of Joyce Ann Johnson will be held Saturday, December 19, 2015 at 1 pm in the Bellville Amvets Post #43, 76 Main Street, Bellville.

To leave a message of condolence, family and friends are welcome to visit:www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

  • So sorry to hear of Joyce’s passing… I didn’t realize she was ill, as I have’nt seen her for quite a while… Please know Cliff and I send thoughts and prayers to all the family… May she Rest in Peace now.

  • So sorry to hear of Joyce’s passing..she was always a wonderful lady..please know you all are in our thoughts and prayers…

    Love,

    Corey, Carrie and family

  • In remembering Our Aunt Joyce-she was so kind and loving. Over all the years she was always there for our events and family. My heart goes out to her son Britt and entire family. May God Bless you all.

  • Brit Iam so sorry of the passing of your mother. .she always told me she would never know what to do if she didn’t have you. .she loved you so much and you always took care of her. .during this time it is nice to know you have someone in your own life who is giving you a wonderful future. .take care. .Debbie

  • Bosh I am so sorry to hear about aunt Joyce. She was such a caring lady I don’t know what we would have done with put her when dad passed she was right there for us and for mom. Prayers go out to you and family. You were her pride and joy. She loved you so much.

  • Our deepest sympathy for the Johnson family. I worked with Joyce for many years and really enjoyed being around her.