August 7, 1938 – December 28, 2018
Johnie Risinger was born on August 7, 1938 and passed away on December 28, 2018.
- Visitation Wednesday, January 2, 2019
- Funeral Service Wednesday, January 2, 2019
January 2, 2019
We will miss you sitting in your usual place beside Louise. Sorry we just found out today about the schedule of services and we can not be there today. Our sympathy to your family from your church family at Northwest Baptist Church. We know the last few month have been very difficult for you, but now you are with the Lord and no more pain & suffering. You will be missed and we pray for your extended family on this special day. Sincerely, Dave & Kathy Klingensmith
Jeff and Joyce Kilpatrick
January 1, 2019
We are so sorry to hear of your passing, Johnie. It's so sad to lose a friend, especially one we've know for so long. We will miss seeing you drive around the neighborhood, which you did so often always meeting people and stopping to chat and catch up. I, Joyce, will miss running into you in the neighborhood stores and pharmacy where we would always have chat and some laughs. Jeff says he remembers you telling him that you were longing for the day when you could go and be with you mother, who passed long ago. I can see you walking with her, holding hands and you both smiling and sharing the joy of being with each other again. A wonderful picture. Rest in peace Johnie. We'll certainly miss you. God rest your soul, in Jesus' name.
December 30, 2018
I am so sad to hear of your passing. You were such a fiesty, spunky little lady a Calamity Jane to me and the Mayor to others in the neighborhood.
The neighborhood will not be the same without you. I know you are with the lord , family and friends you will not be alone anymore . You will be missed. Rest in peace Johnie.
December 30, 2018
Rest in peace Johnnie. You were one of the strongest women I have ever met. Never did you fear anyone or anything , they don't make women like you anymore. Your neighborhood looking tidy was very important to you,so you took it upon yourself for years to ensure it would get done. Talking to you when I came into the neighborhood was a pleasure, you were such a funny lady. I still remember the time you invited my daughter and I into your lovely home and showed us pictures of when you were young and we had fun conversation. I thank you for that memory. I pray that you are in heaven with family and friends looking down at us all and maybe now seeing how much people just appreciated knowing you. You are someone we will never forget.