Carrie Johnson

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Johnson:   Carrie Jane

Suddenly on March 7, 2018 at the age of 60 years at Juravinski Hospital.  Loving Kno:ha of Karahkohon.  Loving sister of Velma (Jeff) Thomas and Dawn (Paul) Thomas.  Medicine friend of Kaniehtenhawi Deer and Donna Jock.  Special Auntie of Sher, Heather, Shelly, Lisa , Sheila, Donna, Shyla, Jayce, Ethan, Rustin, and James.  Special niece of Louise (late Donald) Hill, Mary (Vernon) Vyse, Delos Hill, P.R. Scotty (Shirley) Hill.  Survived by several great nieces, nephews, and cousins.  Predeceased by parents Wilma & Tom Johnson, brother Chris Johnson, uncle Ron, and aunts Clara, Hazel, Eileen, Ruth and Alice.  Carrie taught as a Cayuga Language Teacher for 25 plus years.  A special thank you to Juravinski Hospital for all their care, Dr. Leber, and all the nurse practitioners, especially Margaret, and Maggie (social worker) for all her support and help.  Resting at her home 2401 Onondaga Rd. after 6pm. Thursday.  Funeral Service & Burial will be held on Saturday, March 10, 2018 at 10 am. at Onondaga Longhouse Cemetery, Six Nations.  www.rhbanderson.com

Condolences

Posted by Carla and Wayne Miller on
Rest in peace my beautiful friend...I have so many great memories when I worked with you .....my
first year teaching...love you❤️ .....condolences to the family
Posted by Jane Burning on
Nyaweh go:wah Ms. Johnson for teaching my kids more of who they are at a young age. They been sharing stories that are very heart felt. Journey on in peace your work is done. To your family my heart felt condolences. The work of teaching our ceremonies and language will live on through you all.
Posted by Caroline VanEvery-Albert on
Working with the Language Commission years ago, I had the opportunity to work with you. Your commitment and love of the language will live on in those you taught. My condolences to your family. I’m glad you have touched my soul. Nyá:wen.
Posted by SHIRLEY WATSON on
My deepest condolences to the family and friends. When I heard of Jeannie's illness I prayed often to the creator to give her strength. She was always near in my thoughts. May knowing others are thinking of you give you all strength through this difficult time. Sending Hugs and Prayers. She was a beautiful lady and now the creator has a special teacher along side of him. R.I.P.
Posted by SHIRLEY WATSON on
My deepest condolences to the family and friends. When I heard of Jeannie's illness I prayed often to the creator to give her strength. She was always near in my thoughts. May knowing others are thinking of you give you all strength through this difficult time. Sending Hugs and Prayers. She was a beautiful lady and now the creator has a special teacher along side of him. R.I.P.
Posted by Charlene Nuttycombe on
My sincere condolences to her family and friends. She was a kind, loving and beautiful woman. May Creator hold her tight and wrap loving arms around her family at this time.
Posted by Claudine VanEvery-Albert on
I knew Carrie as a brand new Cayuga language teacher many years ago. I always admired her views on the importance of knowing our languages and she was dedicated to the task of keeping Cayuga alive like her mother and aunties and uncle. Carrie will be missed.
Posted by Claudine VanEvery-Albert on
I knew Carrie as a brand new Cayuga language teacher many years ago. I always admired her views on the importance of knowing our languages and she was dedicated to the task of keeping Cayuga alive like her mother and aunties and uncle. Carrie will be missed.
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