Mary Twisdale Johnson

January 7, 1922 - March 10, 2020
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MARY TWISDALE JOHNSON Mary Twisdale Johnson of Elkton, MD passed away in Nashville, NC on March 10, 2020. Born in 1922 in Halifax, NC, the daughter of the late James and Elma Twisdale, Sr., she was reared on the family plantation, “Cedar Hurst”, in Halifax, NC. Mary graduated from Radford University and pursued post graduateContinue Reading

Gary Holmes left a message on June 26, 2020:
So very sorry to hear of the passing of Mrs. Mary Johnson. I first met her when I first registered at Cecil Community College. Years later, I got to know her when I did a temporary management job at Abby Manor where Darby was a resident. As elegant as she was always dressed, & her age, she came in each day to help take care of Darby & one day even cooked lunch for all the other residents, when we were short-handed. I would run into her various times after that & she was always friendly & sweet. I still think of her when I ride by her former home in Elkton Heights. May God bless her loved ones with special memories at this sad time. I can still hear her voice & remember her southern charm. Gary Holmes, Elkton, MD.
Pat Kuszmaul left a message on June 25, 2020:
Mary was the epitome of a genteel southern lady whose work ethic on behalf of the community was beyond reproach. She was part of a core of amazing women who worked tirelessly on behalf of their community!
wayne hill left a message on June 24, 2020:
Mary was an amazing woman who was constantly working for the good of the community. She was a very good friend to many, many people. Sincerely, Ann & Wayne Hill
Diane Hair left a message on June 23, 2020:
Always a lady. She has been missed by many, as she devoted much time to our town and community. Mary, Dawn has taken very good care of your beautiful home! May you RIP.
Fondly, the Hair Family, Diane, Dwight and Dawn Schwartz
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