Pearl (Dye) Johnston went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, the fourteenth of April two thousand and twenty-one. She fell asleep peacefully here and woke up There.
She was born on May third nineteen twenty-six in Dixonville, Pennsylvania to Urald and Della Dye.
She married Lloyd Thomas Johnston on December seventeenth, nineteen forty-six, and he preceded her in death on march of nineteen ninety-nine. Pearl’s hands were usually busy cooking for her family. She could roast a turkey to rival Julia Childs and there wasn’t a recipe that she wasn’t willing to try. Her biggest food critic and taster was Murray, her youngest.
She was lovely, sweet, and a lady in every way. She often shared her favorite scripture, John 14:1-4, when someone needed comforting. She said many times, she was waiting for the “Upper Taker” but, her little body resisted the pull of her earthly home and sought her Heavenly home. Murry will miss her, but he smiled, kissed her face, and asked her how Heaven was.
She was beloved and she will be missed by her children; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and great great-grandchildren; her four sweet sisters; and her many nieces and nephews.
Rest well now, precious Mama, we love you and will see you again someday.
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