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Melissa Dawn Johnson

August 20, 1966October 29, 2020

Melissa Dawn “Misty” Johnson of Centerton passed away on October 29, 2020. She was born on August 20, 1966 in Houston, Missouri to the late Butch and Bonnie (Odle) Fisher. She was the beloved wife of Michael Johnson. Misty began working for a Wal-Mart store in Fort Smith at age 16, and she remained a faithful employee for another 26 ½ years, eventually making her way into the corporate home office. She will be remembered for her love of camping, movies, and cats. Her cat, Chester, was her pride and joy. Her survivors include her husband; her sister, Suzy McCarthy of Rawlins, Wyoming; godparents, Sam and Kathy Tiebel of Coffeyville, Kansas; stepdaughter, Jessica Wheeler of Fort Smith; and many extended family and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents. All are invited to visit with the family from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 1 at Callison-Lough Funeral Home in Bentonville. Funeral services will be conducted at 10:00 a.m. on Monday at Callison-Lough. Burial will follow at 2:00 p.m. in Fairview Cemetery, Coffeyville, Kansas, where she will be laid to rest beside her mother.

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Tracy Warren

November 4, 2020

I remember the first day I started my job with Walmart. Misty was the first person I met and she and I became very good friends. She was so special to me. I loved her like a sister. She will deeply missed.

Shirley DUNCAN

November 2, 2020

First time I met her and Mike, we all became friends....they would come and play pool and have one of my delicious burgers...I always knew when the came in ..cause Misty.had on the best perfume.....we would hug..we love each other....always a smile.always fun and laughing, GOD BLESS YOU MIKE,so sad love you bunches Hugs ...💔RIP Misty ......till we meet again..

Jim Norman

October 31, 2020

Our canoe group met Mike and Misty in 2001 at the River Ranch in Noel, Mo and over the next 14 Labor Days we all became fast friends. There were lots of laughter and fun times at their campsite. It was always "Nothing but a good time" when you were with the Johnson's! My most heartfelt condolences go out to Mike and all of Misty's family. You will always be missed but never forgotten Misty. May you rest in peace.

Nan Gibbs

October 30, 2020

Misty taught me how to make chicken and dumplings. It is a family favorite and my kids will forever be thankful for the night Misty set aside to teach me how to make them! Thank you for being a friend when I needed one. I still remember our dinners at Centerton Inn when Abbie was a baby. Taken too soon, you will be missed!!

Darren McConnell

October 30, 2020

Mike,

So sorry to read about this my friend, I love both you guys and my prayers are for comfort and peace during this difficult time. Thank you for the wonderful memories and good times. God Bless You and Your Family.

SANDRA TURNER

October 30, 2020

Here another good memories of Misty and the family. Misty was the most kindest person you can ever know, she always make you laugh and being a goofy ball. She was the best cousin ever. We had alot good times when we was little. I love and miss you so much cousin.

SANDRA TURNER

October 30, 2020

This was alot of good memories here with Misty and the rest of the family. You will be miss dearly and thanks for always chatting with me. Thanks for being in the family. I will always cherish the memories we had

Karry (Huffman) Reeves

October 29, 2020

I met Misty in grade school when she, Suzy and her Mamma moved to Chanute. Many times of walking to the pool and stopping by to visit with her bonus family of friends. We became instant friends and remained that way long after she moved away. I had a going away party for her in an A-frame abandoned art studio behind our house. So fun! Sending love, support and comfort to Suzy and Mike.

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