Mabel Rose Johnson (nee Mills)

April 1, 1945 to May 15, 2023


Passed into the arms of her Lord after a brief illness, Mabel Johnson age 78 years.

Predeceased by her husband Robert, parents Baxter and Mary Mills, sister Rita, brothers Almon and Cedric.

Left to mourn sons, Robert (Kyoko), Daniel, and Gerald; grandchildren, Justin, Anthony, and Takuma; sisters, Violet, Sarah, Jean, Alice (Aubrey), and Loretta (Don); brother Nelson; also, a large circle of nephews, nieces, and friends.

The family would like to thank Pastors Gordon and Louise Young and the church family at Eastern Gate Church for their prayers and support during this most difficult time.

Cremation has taken place.

A graveside committal service will take place in the S. A. Cemetery, Blackmarsh Rd. on Thursday, May 18th at 11:00 a.m. All are welcome.

In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be made to a charity of one’s choice.



11:00am, Thursday May 18th

S. A. Cemetery, Blackmarsh Rd.


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Sad to hear.she was a lovely lady.spent Lot of time at our house..hugs to you all.

To Robert, Gerald, Daniel, and our Canadian family,
We met only 2 times in Canada but it was some of the best experiences of my life. We couldn’t speak each other’s languages but there was an instant connection between us. She was a sweet and loving person. Our family in Japan will miss your mother dearly as will I.
Koko Miura, Sapporo, Japan

Very sorry to Mrs. Johnson’s family for your loss.

Justin Martin.

Gerald Danny and families

so sorry for your loss.Your mother was such a
blessing for our family and especially Mom.
Mabel will be truly missed.

sincerely. Randy and Daphne Randell

Although we lost connection over the years, I have such fond memories of Aunt Mabel. Always joking and laughing and ready to “drive works” and wrestle. My deepest condolences and love to Bobby, Gerald and Danny and families. And also, to all Auntie’s sisters and Uncle Nelson.

I’m so truly sorry to Mabel’s family to hear about her passing. I knew Mabel from when I worked at Goodlife , she was such a sweet, kind woman with such a beautiful soul. Heartfelt condolences to everyone who was blessed to have known her.