Judy Lynn Johnson
March 12, 1946 – June 5, 2020
Judy “Lynn” Johnson March 12, 1946 – June 5, 2020
Was suddenly called away from us.
Pre deceased by, her father Elmer Johnson of Simcoe and mother Eva Mae (Cole) Johnson of Newfoundland, loving partner, Garret “Gerry” Smit, sisters June Johnson and Shirley Ryan and nephew Brian Ryan of Newfoundland.
She leaves behind to mourn her, longtime friend Carolin (Colin) McBride and family, nephews David Ryan of Vancouver, Billy (Mildred O’Neil) and Patrick Ryan of Newfoundland, as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins and dear friends, old and new.
Cremation has already taken place. Until such a time that we can gather and celebrate the joy that Lynn brought into our lives, please wear a shiny hat, raise a glass and toast the women with the big heart and an even bigger personality.
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Judy Lynn Johnson
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June 17, 2020
The first time I met Lynn was in the hallway of my apartment building and she asked me where my girlfriend and the cute puppy was. I had just gone through a break up and told her they weren't here anymore and she decided there and then to adopt me and take care of me. She looked after "our" dog Gromit everyday in the afternoon while I was at work. We played TV Bingo, watched Murdock and Murder She Wrote and old black and white movies. She would send me out on errands, make amazing dinners for me and we went on adventures to the beach and other such places. Every now and then I would wake up to her standing over me asking why I was still in bed since she had a key to my place and wanted to go somewhere (she was the boss). Lynn helped me get my first car and vetted anyone I met romantically because she knew I could trust her judge of character. There are too many memories for her to truly ever be gone. From apartment 406 we love and miss you!
June 10, 2020
Lynn had such a "charge on" personality...that when I worked with her, if she didn't like what I said, would go charging off, back to her machine, but would welcome you back, five minutes later, with a big smile, ready to get her point across again. She was such a bright light, years ago...and still will be greatly missed.
June 9, 2020
Lynn you will be missed love you xxoo
June 8, 2020
Lynn and I have been friends for over fifty years, sending my condolences to all her family and friends. She will be truly missed by many, Lynn was a very kind and helpful and wonderful lady. I will never forget her.
June 6, 2020
Lynn was an amazing women. I am going to miss her greatly. My heart aches.
I’ll miss her big smile, her laugh, all her clever saying she had, her warm heart and of course her cooking!
She truly was part of my family.
Cheers Lynn 💜