Janet Johnson Obituary, Michigan Janet Johnson Has Passed Away

Janet Johnson Obituary, Death – Janet Johnson Has Passed Away She was born on January 25, 1933, in the Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, in the United States. She was only sixteen when she first made the acquaintance of The Reverend Dr. Tyler Lippencott, the man she would spend the rest of her life with. She received her high school diploma from Samuel Tilden in the year 1951. She and Tyler tied the knot in 1953, and their marriage lasted for 56 years until his passing in 2009. Her husband, her parents, William and Edith Baum, her brother George Baum (1990), her twin sister Jean Bell (2022), and her grandson Phillip Thomas Johnson all passed away before she did.

Her father, William Baum, and her mother, Edith Baum, were both born and raised in the United States (1999). Her children are Karen (and Michael) Eriksen of Oxford, Pennsylvania; Ellen (and Jonathan) Will of Middletown, Rhode Island; Laura Martin of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania; and Caroline (and James) Caswell of Middletown, Rhode Island; she also has 12 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Glenn Johnson lives in Glastonbury, Connecticut; Laura Martin lives in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania; and Caroline Caswell lives in Middletown, Rhode Island. She took pleasure in being the wife of a minister, going to two different churches on Sundays, being a member of the Vero Beach Republican Women’s Club, having a bathhouse at Third Beach, going swimming, spending the winters in Vero Beach, Florida, and going on vacations to Camp of the Woods.

Speculator, New York residents enjoy going on cruises, shopping at Talbots and TJMAXX, eating at restaurants that provide two courses for the price of one, participating in Restaurant Week, and eating at restaurants that offer two courses for the price of one. The memorial service and funeral for her will take place in private. On Sunday, November 13, 2022, from one o’clock the afternoon until three o’clock in the afternoon, there will be an open house at the Hamilton Hoppin House (Villa 120), which is situated at 120 Miantonomi Avenue in Middletown, Rhode Island.