In Memory of

Priscilla Johnson

August 9, 1943 – June 20, 2014
Minneapolis, Minnesota

My mom, Priscilla, was one of the most compassionate people I have ever known. She taught me that walking in the shoes of others is THE way to relate to and understand others. She was a warrior, having grown up with little and growing her small business, against many odds, to be a thriving company. For many years it was the two of us, and when the family expanded and the grandchildren came, it was ALL of us.
In Priscilla’s world of compassion, it was expected that she would share herself with those who were less fortunate, just as she did with volunteering for a multitude of organizations that supported those who were struggling. And share herself is what she did.
I, and we, are grateful for her life and existence in this world, for she made it a better place for many.

“Life is short. Stay awake for it!”
-Caribou Coffee

Lovingly, your Family