Martha Anne Johnson

Martha Anne Johnson

August 24, 1956 - April 7, 2020

Martha Anne Johnson

August 24, 1956 - April 7, 2020

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Martha Anne Johnson, age 63, passed away Tuesday, April 7, 2020 at Hardin Medical Center in Savannah, TN.

Martha was born August 24, 1956 in Alton, Illinois to the late Willard R. Johnson and Rose Marie Storm Johnson. Martha was a well-educated and driven woman obtaining her Master’s Degree in Gerontological Counseling. She put that degree to work for her working for many years as Administrator of several long term care facilities. Later she helped others plan for their future through her position in Insurance Sales. Martha was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Savannah, loved to be part of many charities, most recently donating her time and energy to the local food bank.

Martha is survived by her siblings: David Johnson of MS, Michael Johnson, of MS, Stephen Johnson of SC, Susan Johnson of TN, Andrew Johnson of FL, and Sara Johnson Oliver of TN. Martha is loved by her family and friends and will be dearly missed.

Cremation Society of Tennessee is assisting the family with arrangements. Condolences can be given to the family online at www.cremationsocietyoftn.com

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9 responses to Martha Anne Johnson

  1. So sorry for your loss Andy and Family.

  2. I am so sorry.I did not know she was sick.I was her realtor and we stayed in touch.I am just unbelieving.I met a sister and her mom when she moved to Savannah.She was a hoot.If I can do anything let me know.Angelean Gray 1-731-697-7629

  3. Jerry Key says:

    Martha bought my house in Savannah when she moved here from Chattanooga. She was always pleasant and easy to talk with. I am sorry she is no longer with us. I always have fond memories of our interactions. My prayers go out for her friends and family.

  4. Carol King says:

    I just heard about Martha’s passing. I am so surprised! She was my insurance rep where I work and even when she was in bad health and unable to work, she would call to check in with me. She was always in high spirits with a story to tell. She also brought me the best caramel every Christmas. She was a special person and will be missed!

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