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Louise (Daniels) Johnson

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Louise (Daniels) Johnson

July 29, 1923 ~ December 30, 2013

Louise Johnson, 90, passed away December 30, 2013. She was born to Frank and Ruby Daniels on July 29, 1923, in Wenatchee, WA. Her school years were spent in Wenatchee and she graduated from Wenatchee High School in 1941. Louise married Richard “Dick” Johnson on May 26, 1948, at First Methodist Church in Edmonds, WA. They lived in Wenatchee for a short time, before moving to Burbank, CA. She worked in the jewelry business for 25 years, primarily for Braun Brothers, located on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. While with Braun Brothers, Louise was involved in the production process of original pieces for jewelry and art objects for many celebrities. Throughout the years, Louise loved bowling. She not only enjoyed the sport, but also the people she met participating in league play; people who became not only teammates, but also friends. Louise and Dick returned to Wenatchee in 1983, following their retirement. She continued to be involved in league bowling, participating in as many as three leagues each week. Louise also served as a volunteer for Central Washington Hospital Guild House.

She is survived by a daughter, three grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren, as well as loving friends and extended family. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband and sister.

At her request, No Services will be held.

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