Mrs. Pauline Hall Johnson, age 80 died at the Bertie Memorial Hospital in Windsor, NC on Friday, July 29, 2011. She was a native of Bertie County. She was married to R.D. ‘Mack’ Johnson in 1949 and they enjoyed sixty-two years of marriage. Mrs. Johnson was a faithful member of Sandy Run Baptist Church in Roxobel, NC. She was a member of the WMU and in previous years, prior to failing health participated in numerous functions and activities. Mrs. Johnson was a longtime employee at Cooper’s Market in Roxobel. She loved all types of sewing, enjoyed quilting, knitting and crocheting. Mrs. Johnson was an excellent cook and enjoyed sharing her gift with the community.
Preceding her in death are her mother and father, Pauline Acree Hall and Allie Hall; three sisters, Gwen Smith, Dorothy Outland and Wilma Morris and two brothers, A.V. Hall, Jr. and Floyd Hall.
Mrs. Johnson is survived by her husband, Mack Johnson of the home; two daughters, Nancy Daughtry and her husband Donald of Rich Square, NC and Amy Perry and her husband Joey of Smithfield, VA., one son, Donald ‘Don’ Johnson and his wife Debra of Franklin, VA., one sister, Ruth Dilday of Ahoskie, NC. Also surviving are five grandchildren, Kelly Manning, Matthew Johnson, Aaron Johnson, Nicholas and Lauren Perry and one great grandchild, Nathan Manning.
Miss Pauline was always such a kind…soft spoken lady. I know she will surely be missed by many. Love to the the family.
Pauline was one of the sweetest and most gracious ladies I have known. My memories go back to the 1950s when she was so active in Sandy Run Baptist Church where I remember her so well. In the late 1950s I remember her bringing her children to church, I was a “teenage” teacher of the Beginner’s Class where I had her sweet son Donny. She was often in the General Store on the corner of Main & Pecan St. which I loved to frequent as a child. I could sense her tenderness even then. She will always be remembered as a true Southern Lady. God bless all of you.
Your family is in our thoughts. Aunt Pauline was such a fine, sweet lady; I have many fond memories of her. You were blessed to have her so many years.
I’m sorry to hear of this. Please accept my sympathy.
Nancy, Donnie, Amy , & families
We were so sorry to hear about Aunt Pauline. I know you will miss her dearly. I know her and moma and Wilma
are all celebrating together
with no worries and no pain.
You and all of your families are in our thoughts and prayers.Time will help mend your grieving hearts. Hold on to all of the good memories to get you thru this tough time.
Jewel and Dan