Patricia Lee Johnson

06/07/1942 – 09/23/2018

Obituary for Patricia Lee Johnson

Patricia Lee Johnson, 76, of Sedalia, MO, passed away Sunday, September 23, 2018 at North Colorado Rehabilitation Hospital in Johnstown, Colorado. She was born on June 7, 1942 in Jefferson City, MO, the daughter of WIlliam and Pauline (Brown) Bradshaw, who preceded her in death.

On December 22, 1972 at St. Patrick’s Church in Sedalia, she was united in marriage to Floyd Johnson, Jr., who preceded her in death.

Patricia was an elementary school teacher at Smithton, MO for over 30 years. She began the art program that continues today. She as a very creative and talented person. She liked to garden, crochet, cross stitch, paint and do all kinds of crafting. She was a caring wife and mother and will be deeply missed.

She is survived by her daughter Amelia Lott (Benjamin) of Evans, CO; her cousin (more like a brother) Gary Douglas (Glenda) of Fulton, MO, and their daughter, Kelli Douglas (Nick Pearson) on Overland Park, KS, and granddaughter, Evelyn.

Funeral services will be held at 2:00 pm, Friday, September 28, 2018 at Rea Funeral Chapel, Sedalia, MO with Rev. Dan Hankins officiating.

Visitation will be on hour prior to service time.

Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery, Sedalia, MO.

Memorial contributions may be made to American Cancer Society in care Rea Funeral Chapel.



Burial / Interment

Memorial Park Cemetery
3306 Greenridge Rd
Sedalia, MO 65301
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Rea Funeral Chapel
1001 S Limit
Sedalia, MO 65301
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Funeral Service

02:00 PM
Rea Funeral Chapel
1001 S Limit
Sedalia, MO 65301
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What a wonderful lady! She was my third grade teacher and made learning fun. I never knew she had previously been an art teacher, but with some of the activities we did in class it all makes sense. She will be greatly missed by many.
– Jaymi Wells
Amy and Family, beautiful picture of Pat. You know we were twins but I was two days older. She was loved and respected by many at Smithton School. I wasn’t there when she started but was when she retired and remember many experiences that still make me proud and still make me chuckle!!
– Saundra DeLarm
Pat was a teacher while all 4 of my children were Smithton students , recently I was able to care for Pat as one of my patients ! She was a very kind gentle soul
– Tammy Walker
Mrs. Johnson was my third grade teacher and I remember the love she had for her students. She made sure we practiced everything she taught until we got it. She was a teacher everyone gathered around; I remember the city we built out of milk cartons and the steeple on the church within it. Years later in college, she found me on Facebook and said she wanted to keep in touch with all of her students… ALL of her students… can you imagine how many that must have been and how each of them must have held such a precious place in her heart to want to know all of them. As a teacher myself, I hope I strive to be such, a caring teacher that attempts to keep each one close to my heart no matter the child.
– Tera Thomas
What a beautiful photo of your Mom, Amy! That was at your wedding, wasn’t it? She will be missed by many!
– Mary Beatty

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