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Velva I. JohnsonJOHNSON Velva I. (nee Ison) age 85, resident of Batavia. Wife of the late Donald W. Johnson (Jan. 29, 2009). Loving mother of Karen Eads and Wayne (Meri) Johnson. Daughter of the late Sherman and Mae Ferguson Ison. Dear sister of Ralph (Lois) Ison, Alton (Patricia) Ison and the late Ivory (Eugene) Bailey, Ruth (Ralph) Lavender, Mabel (surviving husband James) Eskridge and Homer (Betty) Ison. Grandmother of Korey Eads and Great-Grandmother of Keegan Eads. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Velva worked for many years as a clerk for the Clermont County Probate Court. Family will receive friends Saturday, December 29th, from 10 AM until 12 Noon service at Moore Family Funeral Home, 225 Spring Street, Batavia. Interment in Batavia Union Cemetery.
Karen and Wayne- I was so sorry to hear of your sweet mom's passing. She was such a spunky fun lady. I recall so many laugh filled conversations with her, especially around her pool! I remember going to church camp with your family and how much fun we had. She was always up for good conversation and laughs. She always made me feel welcome in her home. Most of all, I remember her devotion to her family and her obvious love and adoration of your dad. I will be keeping you and your entire family in my prayers. Fondly, Jane Kitchens Williams
Jane Kitchens Williams Dec 30 2018 9:38 AM
Velva was a beautiful lady, inside and out. She always had a smile for everyone and a quiet gentle personality. My sympathies to Karen, Korey, Wayne and Meri.
Sharon Averwater Dec 29 2018 9:05 AM
Karen and Wayne - I have many fond memories of your sweet mom from my childhood and we always took our kids back to her house for Halloween. My prayers are with you. We are out of town or Id be there on Saturday.
Paula Mueller Dec 28 2018 5:14 PM
We remember Velvas sweet smile and friendly way. We attended Church together for many years. She will be missed. Our sympathy to all her family. Don and Shirley Flannery
Shirley Flannery Dec 27 2018 3:03 PM