OBITUARY

Barbara Jeanne Johnson

September 22, 1962February 27, 2021
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Barbara Jeanne Johnson (nee Thomas), passed away Saturday, February 27, 2021. Born September 22, 1962, in St. Louis, Missouri to John and Janice Thomas, they preceded her in death. Beloved wife and partner for more than 30 years to Carl Dunlap; loving mother to Bryan (Tami) Johnson, dearest grandmother to Maddox, Matthew, Carter, and Audrina; Cherished sister to Louise Thomas.

Services: Memorial gathering will be held Wednesday, March 10, 2021 from 4-8 p.m. at Alexander White-Mullen Funeral Home 11101 St. Charles Rock Rd. St. Ann, MO. Come join the family in celebrating her life.

St. Louis County mandate with COVID restrictions, currently allows a maximum occupancy of 50 guests in the funeral home at one time. Please pay your respects and allow others time to do the same. Masks must be worn at all times and no food or drink is allowed in the building. Your cooperation is appreciated during these difficult times.

Services

  • Memorial Gathering

    Wednesday, March 10, 2021

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Barbara Jeanne Johnson

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Diane Halsey

March 5, 2021

To Barb’s Family and friends,
My memories of Barb are filled with friendship, caring, and her compassion for everyone. I worked with her a long time and considered her as family. I had not talked to her in a while and should have called her more. How heartbreaking for all of you. I know she loved you all dearly.

Linda Kroeger

March 4, 2021

Bryan and Louise and family. I am deeply saddened💔 in the passing of ur beautiful Mom, Sister, GrMa and everyone 😢 she was a very kind beautiful person like her awesome Mother Jan 💕 I’m sorry Barb was taken so soon but I bet her Mom and dad also, are Happy to have her again. Barb was always the waitress we asked for while dining at Mr Yacs. RIP Barb 💗🌷Luvu guys Linda & Mike Kroeger

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