OBITUARY

Laura Michele Johnson

December 28, 1965November 13, 2021
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Laura Michele Johnson, 55, of Bedford, Texas, passed away on November 13, 2021.

She was born in Houston, Texas on December 28, 1965. Laura graduated from South Grand Prairie High School and received a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Texas at Arlington.

Laura married the love of her life Edward Johnson on March 15, 1997. For over 30 years, she worked at CDK global. She enjoyed animals, football, cooking, but nothing brought her more joy than spending time with her family.

She is survived by her husband, Edward Johnson; son, Matthew Johnson; stepson, Joshua Johnson; mother, Barbara Cunningham; uncle, Jack Johnson; cousins, Regina Johnson Canup and Brian Johnson; nieces and nephews, Brandon Canup, Kristen Carter, Britany Johnson, Jasmine Johnson, and Brelin Johnson; great nieces and nephews, Levi Canup, Ava Canup, Dru Kimmons, Evan Canup, and Vivian Canup; sisters-in-law, Wanda Williams and Lena Ward.

A visitation for Laura will be held Monday, November 22, 2021 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Moore Funeral Home in Arlington, Texas. A funeral service will occur Tuesday, November 23, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. at Moore Funeral Home followed by a committal service at Moore Memorial Gardens.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.moore-funeralhome.com for the Johnson family.

Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, November 22, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, November 23, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Memories

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JERRY SCHATTE

November 22, 2021

Laura was one of the nicest persons I have ever known. She always asked if she could help you concerning what was going on in your life. I remember when I had my stroke, she called me and my wife during my 10-month recovery to see how I was doing and provided words that helps us during that traumatic time. When I came back to work, she was there with words of encouragement and advice. Every day she was there to put a smile on your face with a funny joke or comment. She provided guidance and constructive criticism when needed to help us with any situation. I still think of her every day and remember how she made my life better. She will be miss but never forgotten.

Wanda Williams

November 21, 2021

Laura was my sister-In-law and a great sister-in-law indeed. I will miss calls . One of our last conversations was I ask her for her recipe for spinach dip and chicken pot pie . To her husband my brother Eddie her son Matthew and her mother Ms. Barbara and other family members I Pray that GOD be with you through these trying times !! R.I.P sister-in-law!!

Cheryl Hagedorn

November 19, 2021

I have the FONDEST memories of Laura. We were neighbors for years. All through high school. She was the perfect drill team leader. She rocked it! I remember feeling proud of her when I saw her perform, a little envious. She was the text book happy, high school girl. She made me smile. I spent times visiting with her in her room at home. She had COOL parents and was their princess. I totally understood that. Lovely...she was lovely. RIP Laura, you are blessed. Cheryl Shipley- Hagedorn, SGPHS-78-82. Go Cheyennes! Go Warriors!

Jennifer Tarsitano

November 18, 2021

Laura referred to herself as the Queen Bee. I worked under Laura in DSDA for many years. We gave birth to our sons within 6 months of each other. Besides being my Supervisor, she was my friend. She was always available to listen to my troubles. We talked about how much we loved our kids and pets (and husbands). I heard many stories about Matthew and who he was dating. She was so proud of Matthew and his accomplishments. I also heard many stories about Scoobie, Minnie, Cooper and Cuddles. I miss Laura tremendously. I know that we will meet again some day. Sending love to her Mom, Eddie and Matthew during this difficult time.

Sue Phillips

November 18, 2021

Laura and I spent several weeks working a project together. Our first meeting, Laura and I immediately hit it off. We spent more time cracking each other up than working. Several times, we ended up on calls at night with each other talking about family and our pets. She adored her son and talked about him allot and what a great help he was. Loved her little puppy and how she was driving her crazy nipping at her heels..... I miss her and our conversations. She was a wonderful light! and know that we will meet again and it will be like yesterday. She is walking the streets of gold.....