Marion Leo Johnson, 65, of Louisville, Ohio passed away January 16, 2021 after an extended illness at Aultman Hospital. He was born October 4, 1955 in Canton, Ohio to the late Marvin L. and Josephine H. (Newhouse) Johnson. Marion worked many years as a press operator before retiring. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and being in the great outdoors. In his spare time, he also enjoyed tinkering around the house on various projects. When he wasn’t out in his boat, he could often be found enjoying a slice of pizza and spending time with his furbabies.
In addition to his parents, Marion is preceded in death by sisters, Marlene Hight and Myra Johnson.
Marion is survived by his sons, Jason (Tessa) Johnson, Jeremy (Jessica) Johnson, and Jordan (Molly) Johnson; brothers, Merle (Linda) Johnson, Melvin (Kathryn) Johnson; sisters, Marilyn Maurer, Mary (LQ) Ellis; grandchildren, Abigail Johnson and Griffin Johnson.
At Marion’s request there will not be formal services. Burial will be at Union Cemetery later in the spring when the family is able to gather and celebrate Marion’s life. Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home is honored to serve the Marion Johnson family.
God bless Jordan and the family.
I am so very sorry for your loss…I have so many memories of Moose. We spent many days watching Let’s Make a Deal waiting for Billy to get home. He also was kind enough to go with me to get muffler work done on our Gran Prix each time we blew a muffler!
He was a special friend to Billy & I.
Thinking of you all🙏🏻
I was Marion’s therapist with Mercy. He was always so kind and generous. He always asked when I was coming back to enjoy a visit and wanted to give me some thing every time I left. ❤️ I will miss him. I’m glad I was blessed with his presence for a few years. Prayers to your family.
I grew up next to the Johnsons. I remember Marion calling me Mrs Tee Hee because I giggled when I laughed when a little girl.
I also remember he had this really mean crow as a pet. His name was Elmer. I really hated that crow. He always pecked my head.
So sorry to hear of Marions passing. Good times in the old neighborhood that have stayed with me for life.
We Johnson’s ( Corinne, Chuck JR, Michael
Jeanette And Joan MOM. ARE SO SORRY
TO HEAR OF MARION’S PASSING.Now he is out of pain and b with a ll his family who have gone before him.
R.I.P. MARION AND ENJOY THE FISHING UP
IN THE MOST BEAUTIFUL, SERENE AND AWESOME ETERNAL WORLD EVER.
YOUR COUSIN THE CHUCK JOHNSON’S
I worked with Marion for a few years. He would harass me by calling me sweet pee. I was young and dumb and he knew it. Great guy, I was glad that he considered me a friend. I will miss him.