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Mary Wardlaw Johnson

Mary Wardlaw Johnson, 83, resident of 1504 Greenville St. widow of Dr. William Wilson 'Jack' Johnson, Jr. died Saturday April 9, 2005 at the Bamberg Nursing Home in Bamberg, SC.

Born in Abbeville, SC she was a daughter of the late David Allen and Mae Welborne Wardlaw.

She was a homemaker and a very active member of Abbeville Presbyterian Church were she was a member of the Morning Circle of the church and the Abbeville Presbyterian Women. She was also a volunteer at the Abbeville Co. Memorial Hospital. A charter member of the Entre-Nous Book Club. A emmber of the Abbeville Heritage House and also serveral Bridge Clubs.

survivors are: A son Billy Johnson and his wife Vicki of Summerville, GA. a daughter Mary Jane Maxwell and her husband Randy of Bamberg, SC. 3 grandchildren Riley and Mary Bray Maxwell and Anna Kate Johnson.
she was preceded in death by 2 brothers Billy and Earl Wardlaw

Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday April 12, 2005 at 11:00 AM from the Abbeville Presbyterian Church with Dr,. Randy Kowalski officiating. The burial will follow in Long Cane Cemetery.

The body is at The Chandler-Jackson Funeral Home where the family will recieve friends from 6:00 until 7:30 PM Monday evening. The family is at the home 1504 Greenville St. Abbeville, SC.

Memorials may be made to The Abbeville Presbyterain Church, Organ Fund 301 N. Main St. Abbeville, SC 29620.
The family request flowers to be omitted.

THE CHANDLER-JACKSON FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF ARRANGEMENTS.

Visitation

Chandler-Jackson Funeral Home
208 South Main Street
Abbeville, SC  29620
April 11, 2005
6:00-7:30 PM

Service

Abbeville Presbyterian Church
301 N Main St
Abbeville, SC  29620
April 12, 2005
11:00 AM

Interment

Long Cane Cemetery
Due West Hwy
Abbeville ,  SC  29620

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