George L. Johnson
George L. Johnson, 86, of Butler, formerly of Sharpsville, passed away unexpectedly at 2:58 a.m. Wednesday (Sept. 4, 2019) in Butler Memorial Hospital.
George was born Jan. 8, 1933, in Harlingen, Texas, a son of Joseph G. Johnson and Ina (Chiles) Johnson.
He retired from the Air Force as a master sergeant.
George belonged to St. John's Episcopal Church.
He belonged to the American Legion Post 0299; VFW Reynolds Post 7599; Freedom Through Vigilance Association; PA Association of Licensed Investigators; International Graphoanalysis Society - 1990 Graphoanalyst of the Year; George was awarded the Valley Forge Cross for saving an 18 month old boy from drowning in 1980.
George is survived by: his wife, Margaret (Kutcher) Romain-Johnson, whom he married Oct. 2, 1999; five daughters, Ada Craycraft of Kettering, Ohio, Jennifer (Paul) Hurst of Muskigon, Mich., Lucretia Kaiser of Sharpsville, Kimberly (Nathan) of Gibsonia, Pa., and Annette Romain of West Mifflin, Pa.; 10 grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by: his parents; first wife, Virginia Bowers Johnson; a son, Robert Johnson; a brother, Reid Johnson, and two sons-in-law, Allen Craycraft and David Kaiser.

George L., 86, of Butler, formerly of Sharpsville.
Calling hours: 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday (9-8-19) in JOHN FLYNN FUNERAL HOME & CREMATORY, INC., 2630 E. State St., Sharon. Friends may sign guest book at
Funeral: 11 a.m. Monday (9-9-19) in St. John's Episcopal Church, Sharon, with Father Adam Trambley officiating.
Burial: St. Ann's Cemetery.
Published on September 5, 2019


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3 posts

Cori Murphy-Woods
Sep 06, 2019
Margaret, Lucretia, and Family,
I am so very sorry for your loss of George, he was a great and kind man. Keeping you all in prayer
Anita McManis
Sep 06, 2019
I’m so sorry for the loss of George. He was a wonderful man. He taught me many things about myself. He taught me about living too. Thank you George.
Robert David Masuch
Sep 06, 2019
Sorry for your loss.