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Pine Crest Funeral Home & Pine Crest Cemetery

1939 Dauphin Island Pkwy, Mobile, AL

OBITUARY

Patricia A Johnson

August 18, 1945July 24, 2020

Patricia was born August 18, 1945. She was preceded in death by her parents Henry and Charlotte Johnson; child, angel baby Dunkley; angel grandson Aaron Graham; and three angel grandbabies; sisters: Dorothy Mae Johnson, Corrine Cain, Margaret sellers, and brother Clarence Johnson.

Patricia loved her children and her grandchildren. She will be greatly missed by her family. She is survived by her children: Beverly (Ray) Graham; Inga (Joe) Franzone; and Candace (Greg) Perez; grandchildren: Tiffany (Dustin) Arnold; Blake (Kristen) Graham; Christa (Brent) Carson; Joey (Somer) Franzone; Nick (Taylor) Franzone; Warren Maples; Brier Perez; Sophia Perez; great grandchildren: Brianna, Gage, Lucas, Kadyn, Liam, Chloe, Braden, Englyn.

Patricia was anxious with the anticipation of the arrival of her two great grandsons (Laken and Kai). We are heartbroken that she did not get to be here for their births.

Patricia is survived by her brothers: Henry Burkie (Geneva) Johnson; Jimmy (Lou) Johnson; Donald (Helen Jean) Johnson; Whitey (Shirley) Johnson; Sister in law, Betty Sue Johnson; Brother in law, TobyCain.

Patricia will be greatly missed by numerous nieces, nephews, and other cherished family and friends.

Pallbearers for Miss Johnson are her grandsons: Blake Graham, Joey and Nick Franzone, Warren Maples, Brier Perez, and beloved and honorary son - Jason McBride.

The children of Ms. Johnson would like to take this opportunity to express their most sincere thanks to Dr. Martin Lester, Dr. Daniel Cameron, Dr. Brian Summerall, Dr. Charles White, Saad Hospice & Inpatient Retreat Facility and a special thanks to her longtime nurse Cathy Bradley.

Visitation for the immediate family will be held on Thursday, July 30, 2020 from 11:00 am until 12:00 PM, and for friends and loved ones from 12:00 pm until 1:00 pm. A chapel service will follow officiated by Reverend Rusty Johnson at Lighthouse of Hope Holiness Church located at 11501 Argyle Road, Irvington, Alabama 36544.

Interment will follow at OddFellows Cemetery in Bayou La Batre, Alabama.

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, July 30, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, July 30, 2020

Memories

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Betty Sue Johnson

July 29, 2020

I met Patricia when she was 4 years old, and I was 12. I came down to visit my sister, Eunice, and the Johnsons were her neighbors. Later on, I married her older brother, Clarence. Tricia was a pistol package. She had her Daddy wrapped around her little finger❤️ She was a tough cookie being the youngest of 8 kids! One time she hit Clarence and then grabbed him up and put him on her shoulders and ran around carrying him on her shoulder in the yard! 😂 She was mischievous for sure! She was supposed to clean Mrs. Charlotte’s house, and she would sneak and pay the neighborhood kids to do her chores! ( She got the money out of her Mama’s change jar!) 😆 She was always a lot of fun to be around😍 You will be missed my Sweet Sister In-Law! I love you❤️

Marilyn Bosarge

July 28, 2020

Patricia, sweet friend and classmate. Rest in eternal peace. May your memory forever be a blessing to your family and loved ones. 🌷
Marilyn Bosarge
San Antonio Texas

Phelan and Annette Johnson

July 28, 2020

Aunt Trisha will always hold a special place in our hearts...She always had the sweetest disposition and was willing to do anything possible to help anyone. She will be missed greatly by everyone that knew and loved her, most especially her children and their spouses, her grandchildren, brothers and her numerous nieces and nephews...Praying for all!

Rachel Collier

July 28, 2020

Some of my best childhood memories were spent at my Aunt Patricia’s house. My sister and I spent many weekends with her daughters. I remember trips to the mall, lying on her bedroom floor reading comic books (one of her favorite pastimes) on lazy Sunday afternoons, breakfasts of orange danish and fried sausage (which I now cook for my kids), stacks of homemade candy at Christmas , her love pinches, and sweet words as we grew up, her laughter when she joked with us, her stern looks if we got in trouble, swimming in their pool, and so much more! She was our cool, but strict aunt. She loved to have fun with us, but she didn’t let us get by with misbehaving either! I will never forget you and I love you ever so much, Aunt Patricia❤️🙏

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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