June 13, 2013

Erma Dee Johnson

— Graveside memorial services for Erma Dee Johnson, 77, of Chickasha will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, June 15, 2013, in the Fairlawn Cemetery.

     Erma Dee Hartline was born April 19, 1936 in Anadarko, Oklahoma, the daughter of Jim Hartline and Mollie B. Riner Hartline.  She died Saturday, June 8, 2013 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

    Erma came to Chickasha as a child, and went to Chickasha Public Schools.  On May 8, 1954 she married Ralph Johnson in Verden, Oklahoma.  She was employed at Pet Milk from 1956 through 1970, and after raising her daughters she returned to Pet Milk in 1986 through 1994.  Ralph and Erma also owned and operated Chickasha Plumbing from 1971 through his death in 2003.  She was a member of College Heights Baptist Church and most recently a member of Bible Baptist Church.

She was preceded in death by: both parents, husband; Ralph Johnson, three sisters; Mary Lois Hunt, Jewel Faye Miles, and Ima Jo Griggs and four brothers; Freddie Hartline, Edgar Hartline, Tommie Hartline, and Garland Hartline.

Survivors include: two daughters and son-in-law; Cheryl Johnson of Huntington, West Virginia, and April and Jack Womack of Chickasha, Oklahoma; one granddaughter Brett Womack and one grandson Dax Womack both of Chickasha, Oklahoma; numerous nieces and nephews; and  best friend, Mary Ann Muchmore of Chickasha, Oklahoma.

Services are under the direction of Ferguson Funeral Home.

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