Julia was such a joy to be around. Her laugh and smile was contagious. She will be greatly missed.
Julie was one of a kind!!! She will be missed so much!!!
I worked with Julia at Tropicana. She was a super sweet lady and fun to work with. She will be missed. Prayers for the family!!!
Julia was such a sweet lady. Classy. I enjoyed working with her at Tropicana. Prayers for all her family.
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Julia was very crafty and artistic, and she had an ability to make anything look attractive. Julia’s smile and laugh were iconic, and she could always liven up a room. Julia was a graduate of North High School, Class of 1984. Her passion was sewing and making jewelry. She was an excellent gardener and could always fix an ailing plant. Julia enjoyed listening to music but mostly loved anything that she could dance to. She adored to shop and had a vast shoe collection. She was an excellent chef and was known for her cheesy potatoes, taco pie, and lasagna. Julia was an avid animal lover having been a cat-mom to several cats over the years.
Julia is survived by her son Thomas “Lee” Cravens II and his partner, Tom Weber; her siblings Karen Johnson, Ted Johnson Jr. and spouse Lisa Johnson, Mike Johnson and spouse Mary-Beth Johnson; her mother Marjorie Johnson; several nieces and nephews; and many great nieces and nephews. Julia was loved and supported by several friends including Mike Miller, Debbie Niehaus-Kimball, and Stacey Bennett-Olberding.
Julia was preceded in death by her father Ted Johnson Sr.
A celebration of life will be held on Tuesday, July 7th at 6 p.m. at Sunset Funeral Home. Friends and family can visit from 4 p.m. until time of service at 6 p.m.
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