Louise O. Johnson

June 26, 1942 ‒ October 05, 2015

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Louise O. Johnson, age 73, of Mount Vernon passed away on Monday, October 5, 2015 in Columbus.

She was born on June 26, 1942 in Chicago, IL to the late Harry and Ethel (Mitchell) Neff. Louise was a Therapeutic Program Worker (T.P.W.) and retired from the Mount Vernon Developmental Center.

She is survived by her daughter Theresa (John) Shreve-Mullins; five sons, Eddy (Charla) Johnson, Donald (Barbara) Johnson, Ron Williams, Harry Williams, Keith (Ray Alkire) Williams; twelve grandchildren, Harry, Amber (Mike), Amanda, Alex, Aaron (Josh), Blake Vanessa, Erica (Megan), Eli (Ashley), Samantha, Joshua, Morgan (John); three step-grandchildren, Stephen, Hannah and Layna; eleven great-grandchildren, Renee, Chase, Damian, Danial, Kelsey, Joshelyn, Gunner, Trent, Adelyn, Aribella, Kaidyn, and Ilythia; her sister Sandy (Larry) Shoop; and special friend Judy Sivits.

Besides her parents, Louise was preceded in death by her husband, of 32 years, Eddy Johnson Sr. and her sister Connie Klowikowski.

Friends may call on Thursday from 4-6PM at the Flowers-Snyder Funeral Home. A graveside service will be held on Friday beginning at 1PM in Mound View Cemetery with Rev. Jan Strauge officiating.

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The Flowers-Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Louise O. Johnson.

  • Theresa,
    I am so sorry to hear about your Mother. You look just like her. She was beautiful! I know Mandi is having a hard time too. She loved her Grandma! Praying for peace and comfort! Love you both very much!
    Charlene

  • I am lost without you mom, but i have a lifetime of memories…thank you from the bottom of my heart for never ever giving up on me.you’re such a beautiful soul

  • I am sorry for your loss, She will be forever in your Hearts, until one day you will be reunited. Love and Prayers !

  • Keith, So sorry to hear of your Mother’said passing. Prayers for comfort and peace during this time of loss.

  • I am lost without you grandma. You have always been my strength and my guidance through all the things life has thrown at me. I am going to miss you. You have taught me so much in life and i thank you. I love you with all my heart. Until we meet again.

  • I’m sorry for your loss she will b with u always!! Erica girl keep ur head up i know it’s been rough for u last two weeks n all now aunt Lisa telling her stories she’s never knew if U lol love ya girl ur family is in my prayers

  • Aunt louise you will always be in my heart thank you for being such a wonderfull aunt. Love you always

  • My condolences to the family. You are all in my prayers. For the short time I knew Louise, she sure made my days brighter. I will always remember her smile.

  • I am truly sorry for your loss. It was a privilege and honor to get to know your mother over the last few years. Louise was always such a sweet lady and I am glad I had the opportunity to assist her thru my job at the Veterans Service Office.