Eleanor Margaret Johnston

After a short illness, Eleanor Margaret Johnston, 92, passed away peacefully on Monday May 28, 2012 at Everett Providence Hospital surrounded by her loving family.

She joins her husband, Ron Johnston Jr. who preceded her in death by 15 years.

Eleanor was born October 11, 1919 in Everett, WA to Ed Hanson and Margaret Solie and has lived in Everett and Marysville all her life.

Eleanor enjoyed fishing and RV’ing with Ron.

She was a devoted mother, homemaker and wife and leaves behind daughter Susan (Sam) from Shoreline, WA and their two children Kelli and Kalani and son Bobby (accie@earthlink.net) (Karen) from Siloam Springs, AR and their two sons, Ryan and Daniel. Bobby & Susan welcome your memories, reflections and photos. Please use the e-mail address above.

At her request no formal service will be held. A family gathering will be held at a later date in celebration of her life.

Our many sincere thanks to the nursing, Chaplain and hospice staff at Everett Providence Hospital for their excellent care and sensitive love and ministry to our family.

Above all we bless, thank and appreciate the wonderful, caring staff of Merrill Gardens in North Marysville for their 10 years of consistent, loving care for Mom.

Memorials may be made to the SACRED HARMONIES PROGRAM at Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett. The address is: PO Box 1067 Everett, WA 98206.

Please make checks out to PROVIDENCE GENERAL FOUNDATION.

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