Obituary of Lucille Victoria Johnson
Lucille Victoria Johnson, was born on January 28, 1932 in Chicago, Il, to Roy Johnson and Sophie Ferencik Johnson. On April 27, 2022 she went home to be with the Lord.
She is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Dale Bell; daughter, Ruth Ann Bell; and sisters, Mae Johnson and Marian Isaksen. Lucy is survived by her daughter, Cynthia Kozlowski and husband Wayne Kozlowski. Grandchildren, Christopher (wife Tricia) and Kimberly Kozlowski. Plus, her great granddaughter, Evelyn Kozlowski; and many nieces and nephews who all loved her and she loved them.
Lucy moved to Joliet, IL in the early 90’s. Where she worked as a buyer at Micron Technology Industry, where she later retired, and eventually moved to Haines City, FL in March 2018.
Lucy was a faithful woman who loved the Lord Jesus, her family, friends, church, and everyone she met. She had a warm personality, and enjoyed working with all children and people.
Lucy started her first youth group at, The Lord of Life in Darien, IL, called the 36er’s. It was created for 3rd-6th graders. She then moved to Joliet, IL. Her joy and love for children and the continuous need to help and spread the great word only encouraged her to create, The God Squad, at Our Savior Lutheran Church.
Lucy never stopped at just youth groups. Loving the Lord, serving Him faithfully and teaching youth groups was never enough. So, of course, she taught Sunday School and Vacation Bible School as well.
She also had a great love for gardening, doing crafts, giving the BEST hugs and having one of the best senses of humor. She will truly be missed by all.
Lucy’s favorite bible verse:
Joshua 1:9: “Remember, I have commanded you to be determined and confident; do not be afraid or discouraged, for I the Lord your God am with you wherever you go.”
Your memory is our keepsake, with which we’ll never part. God has you in his keeping, we have you in our hearts.
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