Mary Jo Johnson
July 10, 1941 – July 14, 2021
On July 14, 2021 the good lord opened up his arms and welcomed Mary Jo "Wilson" Johnson into Heaven. She was born on July 10, 1941 in Morgantown West Virginia to the late Marshall Wilson and Verda Wilson.
She will be missed by her daughters; Michele Schultz and Barbara Patterson (Fiancé David Freeman). Our Mom remained the same warm, kind, compassionate, feisty, organized, funny appreciative person we had always known. She has forever changed our lives and those close to her by teaching the true meaning of unconditional love. She was a doting and devoted grandmother who showed complete love for her grandchildren that she took immense pride in: Michael M. Patterson, Morgan K. Patterson, Jordan M. Patterson and great grand-daughter Ariyah J. Page. Mary Jo will also be missed by her sister Nancy (late Eddie) Tegge, her loyal companion Winston and a host of many nieces and nephews.
Mary Jo enjoyed camping, bus trips she organized through Senior North and the beach. She is preceded in death by her 3 brothers Daniel Wilson, William Wilson, Phillip Wilson and her sister Sarah Molnar.
Friends and family will be received at the H.P. Brandt Funeral Home 1032 Perry Hwy Pittsburgh PA 15237 on July 25, 2021 from 2PM to 4PM and 6PM to 8PM. A Mass of Christian Burial will take place on July 26, 2021 at St. Teresa of Avila Church at 10AM followed by burial at Christ our Redeemer. (Please meet at funeral home on July 26, 2021)
Sunday, July 25, 2021
Mass of Christian Burial
Monday, July 26, 2021
Mary Jo Johnson
July 23, 2021
Barbara, (David) and Family, have our deepest condolences for the loss of your mother. We are tremendously saddened. May her memories continue to live on. We prayer that the Lord will comfort, and strengthen you and the family during these difficult times. “To Be Absent from the Body is to be Present with the Lord”. God Bless you and your family.
From the Freeman, Ricks, & Morris Family.
July 16, 2021
I am so devastated by the loss of our grandma . It’s hard to put in words the pain that I feel from losing her. She was an amazing person and no holiday, birthday, or family event will ever be the same again. She was so selfless and would always go out of her way to help any one of us. Even though she would complain sometimes (in her typical grandma way lol) she would always be there when you needed her, even for the smallest of things. I appreciate everything my grandma has done for me and I wish it was possible to have an infinity of moments with her that I took for granted. It breaks my heart to have to say this about her instead of to her face personally and I hope that she heard every word we spoken to her in her last moments. I love you so much grandma and I’m sorry we couldn’t be with you in your last months due to covid. That is the thing that makes me so upset about losing you is losing that opportunity to spend that valuable time with you. I love and miss you so much and I know you are in a place where the best of people are because you deserve no less. I love you grandma