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Alice Mae Johnson

January 11, 1921 — April 8, 2013

Alice Mae Johnson, age 92, of Grants Pass, died Monday, April 8, 2013 at Haven House.

A memorial nicheside service will be at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, April 20, 2013 at Hawthorne Memorial Gardens with Pastor Ron Marsh officiating.

Remembrances may be made to Parkway Christian Center, Missions Fund, 229 NE Beacon Drive, Grants Pass, Oregon 97526.

Alice was born January 11, 1921 in Merced, California to Glenn & Eva (Weymouth) Skaggs. She attended Southern California Bible College where she met Herbert Leland Johnson and they were married July 26, 1942 in Costa Mesa, California. Together they pastored in Campbell, California for many years; Susanville, California; as well as directing the Home of Peace in Oakland, California. They retired and lived in Scotts Valley, California before moving to Grants Pass ten years ago.

Alice was a member of the Assemblies of God for 70 years and Parkway Christian Center while living in Grants Pass.

She especially loved and was devoted to her husband, Herbert. She enjoyed oil painting, singing, playing the organ and piano, and ice cream.

Alice is survived by two daughters, Joyce Milton of Vacaville, California and Jeanette Webber and husband Dennis of Grants Pass, Oregon; a brother, Floyd Skaggs of Fresno, California; four grandchildren, Leland Milton and wife Ramsie, Philip Milton and wife Kellie, Jeremy Webber and wife Danita and Andrew Webber and wife Heidi; and six great-grandchildren, Lucy Milton, Rory Milton, Oscar Webber, Tilly Webber, Jack Webber and Maggie Mae Webber.

She was preceded in death by her husband of 70 years, Herbert Leland Johnson on July 25, 2012.

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