In Memory

Marion Johnston

Marion Johnston

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04/08/17 09:28 PM #1    

Cynthia Wollborg (Guerrero)

Marion was in my circle of friends. I have started chanting for your Marion. We had some good times together.

I will never forget you.

Much love to you,


11/27/17 10:24 PM #2    

Clifford Minkler

Rest In Peace 

03/14/18 12:08 PM #3    

Mary Mattson (La Prevotte)

I remember Marion with fondness. She was always friendly to everyone. I ran into her after she became a nurse. Perfect career for her as she was so giving and compassionate. RIP Marion.

03/14/18 12:24 PM #4    

Dave Ganapoler

Marion was a very sweet lady with an ease to laugh...usually with me. LOL RIP 


03/15/18 12:32 PM #5    

Susannah Griffin (Perri)

 Marion was one of the sweetest girls in school. She never had a bad word to say about anyone and always had a sweet smile on her face. I am so sorry her life ended so young. She will be remembered by all as a special person. 

04/04/18 03:23 PM #6    

Jann Lane

Marion was a close friend during junior high, she was warm and kind and for that brief time, a confidante.  I would so loved to have reconnected after these many years, Very sorry to learn of her passing. Rest in peace Marion.

06/29/20 01:25 AM #7    

Blair Wardlaw (Hunt)

JOHNSTON, Marion Passed away peacefully at home on February 20, 2017 at the age of 67. Sister to Bill Johnston, Marion was born in Tulsa, OK on Dec. 29, 1949 and spent much of her life dedicated to helping others as a Registered Nurse. A graduate from Terra Linda High, Marion joined the National Guard in 1974 where she became an LVN and graduated from Sonoma State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing. Marion would later relocate to Lake County where she worked for Redbud & Sutter Lakeside Hospital and would eventually call Guerneville home with her son Anthony in 2001, working at Sutter Santa Rosa as the Infection Control Manager until retirement. Marion is survived by her son Anthony Merciari, her sister-in-law, Marissa, her nieces, Amber and Allene, and many other loving family members and friends. Marion lived a life of contagious light. Her radiant smile and enormous heart were a joy to all who knew and loved her. Also a Huge hug and kiss to Linda Easterbrook.

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