Barbara A. Johnson

May 19, 1934 - January 17, 2019

05/19/1934 - 01/17/2019

Barbara A. Johnson 84, of Bellaire Ohio, daughter of the late Carl and Clara Croston Johnson, died Thursday, January, 17 2019, at Rolling Hills Rehabilitation and Care Center, Bridgeport, Ohio.

Barbara was born May 19, 1934 in Plantsville, Athens County,Ohio. She was a registered nurse graduate of the New York University College of Nursing.

She began her career at Bellevue Hospital, an affiliate of New York University. In later years she was a caregiver to both of her parents.

Surviving is a brother, Retired U.S. Army Colonel, Carl C Johnson; many other relatives and friends.

Barbara’s wishes were for her service and interment to be private.

A memorial service will be held at a later date to be announced.

The family wishes to give a special thanks to all the care givers for the dedication and kindness provided her.

Arrangements by Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Homes and Crematory, 441 37th Street, Bellaire, Ohio.

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Bernetta Sole Swietnicki
5 years ago

To Barbara’s family. Barbara was a close friend and classmate who will be missed so very much. We left home together to go to Nurses Training and have stayed close friends all these years. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time. I’m sure she is finally at peace.

Walt muklewicz
5 years ago

Are family got to know barb and her family many years ago
A strong close and good family As a registered nurse like my wife the two would talk about that common bond that they had together. Over the years I got to know barb as a very strong independent person and caring. She was always very thoughtful no matter what was going on to always ask about my family
She will be missed by all that came to know her

Shirley Johnson-Mallory
5 years ago

To. Mr. Johnson sorry to hear about the death of your sister Barbara. My grandson, nieces, and nephews would take little home goodies to the elderly during different holidays
She will be missed. Keep in touch. You made a difference in our community. Hope your wife is doing well. God bless you