20 April , 1938 – 19 March , 2019
Phyllis Johnson, 80, passed away Tuesday, March 19, 2019, with her family by her side.
Phyllis was predeceased by her husband, Leonard Johnson. Phyllis will be forever remembered by her precious children, Kerry (Donna), Ryan (Tanya), Lynell (Ray) and her grandchild Samara and by her brothers and sisters, Steve (Carol), Harry, Liz, and Slavia (Roy). Phyllis will also be forever remembered by her numerous nieces, nephews and extended family and dear friends.
Phyllis was gifted with a natural ability for empathy, care for others, encouragement and support for the happiness and well being of those whose lives she touched (her intent was unwavering).
In lieu of a service, when tomorrow starts, think of a fond memory that you may have and her intent will live on.
Memorial donations in honour or memory of Phyllis may be made to Cancer Care Manitoba Foundation.
No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
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24 March 2019
For Phyllis, my sister and spiritual companion. A Greek myth tells of a beautiful princess named Phyllis, who upon her passing is transformed, through love, into a flowering tree. My compassionate sister Liz and I too have a beautiful princess named Phyllis in our lives. Upon her passing my sister Phyllis appeared, through love, in a vision, sitting with her beloved on a wooden bench beneath a flowering tree as two white swans swim serenely in the garden's pond. She is happiest here.
We three sister always together, protecting, supporting, loving, sharing, laughing, crying, growing, courageously surviving and thriving. Together always.
Tony and Maria Ciancaglini
24 March 2019
Our Condolences to the family. It was our pleasure to meet and know Phyllis through Alberto. She was a lovely person very kind and caring. She adored her granddaughter, Samara and always talked about her with much pride and joy. We will miss her.
22 March 2019
My heartfelt sympathies to my cousins and their families for their great loss!
I will fondly remember Phyllis for the talent and passion she had for the multitude of activities she undertook, including her fabulous cooking and gardening. I will also remember the immense pride she always had when it came to her beloved children and granddaughter. She spoke proudly of them at all times and they were a tremendous source of joy for her. Most of all, I will treasure the life-long gift of friendship and love she gave to my mother. She will be greatly missed and lovingly remembered.