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Mabel Johnson

Mabel Johnson

Saturday, August 21st, 1926 Sunday, April 19th, 2020

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Obituary for Mabel Johnson

Mabel Johnson, 93, entered into Eternal Peace on Sunday, April 19, 2020. She was the widow of the late Paul C. Johnson,they were married for 47 years. As a young child Mabel lived in Sweden for five years. She also spent summers as a child in Montauk New York with many happy memories. Mabel lived in Westport CT for 35 years. She was the Register of Voters for for 30 years. A job that she greatly enjoyed. Mabel was very faith based and was a communicant of The Lutheran Church of St. Mark in Glastonbury CT. Mabel was a huge dog lover and rescued many throughout her life. She was very involved with the organization 'Guiding Eyes for the Blind.' Mabel is survived by her daughter, Liz Gregonis and her husband, Greg of South Glastonbury; two grandchildren, Emily and Colin Gregonis; a brother-in-law, Roy Bordwick and his children, Kirsten and Carl; and extended family members, John and Elaine Gregonis and Michael Gregonis. In addition, a sister-in-law, Mary Ann Bordwick, predeceased Mabel. There will be a private service for the family only, due to COVID-19. There will be a celebration of life service at a later date. To leave online condolences please visit www.leetestevens.com Donations can be made in honor of Mabel Johnson to The Lutheran Church of St. Mark, 75 Griswold Street, Glastonbury, CT 06033.

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M. Chaplick

The Singh-Roy/Chaplick Family sends our sincerest condolescences to Liz, Greg, Emily and Colin. One of the several reasons Liz and I became fast friends in college was our shared pride in our Swedish mothers. Like my mom, Mabel was warm, intelligent and projected strength and wisdom. Dog breeding, a legacy in my family, meant that we admired her work with service dogs and adoption of her boxers. We will miss her dearly. Michele, Peyton and Margot
Comment | Posted at 08:01pm via Condolence
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Jackie Troxell

Dick and I have wonderful memories of Mabel and her husband Paul from trips to Vermont and New Year's celebrations with other members of our weekly sewing group. Mabel excelled at handwork and was always willing to help those of us less talented. Our heartfelt condolences to all your family with hopes that your are comforted by loving memories of Mabel.
Comment | Posted at 11:25am via Condolence
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Patti Brill

The entire Brill Family of Boxwood Lane (Massiello Circle) extend our sincere condolences to you and your family. We will always remember Mabel as a wonderful neighbor and friend who was so kind. My kids remember playing with her dog and going trick or treating at her house. She was missed when she moved away from Boxwood, but not forgotten by the Brill Family.
Comment | Posted at 10:56am via Condolence
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Deborah Katten

Liz, Greg, Emily, Colin,
Very sorry for your loss. I hope you can find comfort in the knowledge that you cared for her so well and so long in a loving environment. I hope you have many happy memories to sustain you during this difficult time.
Kindest regards and deepest sympathy,
Deb Katten
Comment | Posted at 08:15am via Condolence
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