Edith Katherine Johnson
February 27, 1936 – February 7, 2021
Heaven gained another angel February 7th, 2021. Edith Katherine (Rick) Johnson passed away at North Kansas City Hospital due to a long battle with COPD. Being the 14th of 15 children, Edith was born and raised in the Kansas City Missouri area.
Edith was preceded in death by her husband, Sidney, of 43 years; her Mother, Katherine (Kessler); Father, Carl Rick; one granddaughter, Anji; 7 brothers: Phil, Carl, Edward, John, Frank, Leon & Leo Rick, and 7 sisters: Katherine, Loretta, Josephine, Lena, Alberta, Frances & Eileen.
She is survived by 1 son, Ronald Forrest (Rene); 2 daughters, Christie Caldarella (John) and Tammy Pence; 11 Grandchildren: Mike Powell (Samantha), Wendy Harbrucker (Chris), Shannon Powell (LeAnn), Mickie Jo Caldarella, John Caldarella IV, Matt Forrest, Carrie Burns (Richie), Addison Loonce (Cody), Chad Poindexter (Cathy), Jessica Goble (Curtis) and Christopher Pence; 29 Great Grandchildren: Caleb (Hannah), Keely (Sam), Patrick, Sam, Alyssa (Dalton), Sydney, Taylor (Josh), Kayden, Nathan, Allie, Gage, Johnny, Zoe (Alex), Serena, Malachi, Elijah, Madison, Kiley, Nathan, Keegan, Jayden, Ayla, Daxton, Ali, Marshall, Austin & Cameron; 4 Great-Great Grandchildren: Kinsleigh, Scarlett & Angel as well as many loving nieces and nephews.
Friday, February 12, 2021
Edith Katherine Johnson
February 11, 2021
Christie and Family,
I am so sorry and saddened by your mother's passing. It was so good to see you both a couple of years ago when we got together with Rosemary at 54th Street. I was always hoping in the back of my mind that we would do it again. Please give my sympathy to your brother, as well. I am thinking of you both.
February 10, 2021
To the Family of Edith,
We are so sorry to hear of her passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Rosemary and Dennis Crouch
February 9, 2021
Dear Christie, Ronnie and Tammy
I was so sorry to hear of the loss of your Mother.
please know that I thought of her often and have lots of found memories of her and your step dad when you lived on sunrise Dr.
she will be deeply Missed. I'm glad I got to have lunch with her and Christie a while back. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers.
know that she is at peace now. and will always be watching over you.
My deepest sympathy
Rosemary (Battaglia) Crouch