Jane Johnson

November 19, 1933May 3, 2018

Jane L Johnson, 84 years of age, passed on Thursday, May 3, 2018 at Chandler Health & Rehab Center.

Jane was born November 19th, 1933 in Helena, AL to the late James and Uriel Lowery. She was the second oldest of five children, three preceded her in death.

Jane married the late Homer Johnson in 1951 and five children were born from this union with two proceeding her in death, Bobby N. Johnson and Diane Burdette. Jane professed her life to Jesus Christ many years ago. She was a member of the Christian Lighthouse Church and loved working in the nursery of the church and cherished praising the Lord. She also loved to sing; she was a member of the senior worship team. Jane retired from Barton’s Greenhouse & Nursery in 2012.

Jane loved to read her bible, discussing her beliefs with others and spending time with family. She was the most honest person you'll ever meet, sometimes too honest. She was a loving, caring, devoted wife, mother, and friend, always thinking of others first. Jane leaves to cherish her loving memory her children, Teresa Chappell, Roland Johnson, Jeff Johnson, 12 grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren, 9 great-great-grandchildren, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

Visitation will be held at Rockco Funeral Home (Montevallo) on Sunday, May 6 2018 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm. A Funeral Service will be held Monday, May 7, 2018 at 1:00 PM at Rockco Funeral Home (Montevallo) followed by a Committal Service at Cedar Grove Cemetery.


  • Visitation Sunday, May 6, 2018
  • Funeral Service Monday, May 7, 2018

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Jennifer Chappell

May 6, 2018

One of my favorite memories out of many was when I was a little girl one summer mom let me,cindy,and wendy stay a week with mawmaw and pawpaw.well cindy and wendywas ready to get back home to moma and daddy after a couple of days,but I stayed the whole week.mawmaw and pawpaw was up early I mean (5:00a.m early),I can steal that breakfast cooking now,homemade tomato gravy with homemade biscuits, and some super salty meat that I thought was bacon,I told mawmaw"I think you put to much salt on this bacon"She started laughing and said "that ain't bacon Jennifer that's white meat"I said ,well I think you accidentally spilled the salt on it.then we would head out to the garden and get ready to snap green beans and shell them speckled butter beans.i am so proud that I have such awesome memories of my mawmaw.i will miss you.i know she has already got to see wendy and she is happy.R.I.P mawmaw

Amanda Contorno

May 4, 2018

I could say alot, but here goes....

She was a tough Lady, very stubborn, but very caring and loving.. I am so thankful I had this past year for myself and my girls to visit with her, take her out to eat, and celebrate holidays with her.... My favorite memory of MawMaw Jane was when her and my PawPaw would load all the grandkids up in the back of his truck and take us blackberry picking, then MawMaw would go home and make pies, yum yum.. They would also take us fishing ( not my favorite but loved spending time with them and my cousins...).. MawMaw was a GREAT Cook... All holidays growing up, we would go to her house for meals and family time, then when it became dark, the kids played outside and the adults played poker inside.... Fun memories.... I will miss you dearly, love you always.... Give PawPaw and my Dad and Tommy a hug for me..... Rest In Peace...... Amanda , Emily, Lacey