Anne Glenn Johnson

April 11, 2017

Anne Glenn Johnson, 82, died April 11, 2017. Anne was born December 16, 1934 in Virginia to Dorothy and Channing Glenn, who predeceased her. She spent her youth in Elizabethtown, NC, graduating from Elizabethtown High School in 1953.

Anne attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. Later, she earned a Master’s Degree in Education from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She was employed by Mercy Hospital School of Nursing as an instructor, teaching Maternity Nursing for eighteen years.

Anne was a member of Myers Park United Methodist Church, where she served on several committees and was a volunteer at Second Harvest Food Bank.

Anne is survived by her loving husband, Robert L. (Bob) Johnson, to whom she was married 62 years; daughter, Channing Kirkpatrick and husband, Jeff of Charlotte; son, Robert L. Johnson Jr .and wife, Shelton of Kannapolis; grandchildren, Joshua Kirkpatrick and wife, Erica, David Kirkpatrick and wife, Katie, Sarah Milholland and husband, Cliff, Grace Johnson, Savannah Farooq and husband, Faizan, Nickolas Reid and great-grandchildren, Drew and Emily Milholland and Madison Kirkpatrick. Also surviving are sister, Clare Jessup and husband, Carl of New Bern, NC and brother, Dick Glenn and wife, Tomye of Elizabethtown, NC.

A memorial service will be held Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at 2:00 PM at Myers Park United Methodist Church. The family will receive friends following the service in Jubilee Hall. Inurnment in the church columbarium will be private.

Memorials may be made to Myers Park United Methodist Church, 1500 Queens Road, Charlotte, NC 28207.

Arrangements are in the care of Kenneth Poe Funeral & Cremation Services, 1321 Berkeley Ave Charlotte NC 28204. Online condolences at www.kennethpoeservices.com Phone: 704 641-7606

 

 

 

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  • Pamela Hatley

    I am so very sorry. Anne was a beloved colleague and friend. She was there for me during the birth of my son some 45 years ago and I have never forgotten that special time we shared. I did not know that when I saw her last May that it would be the last time. What a void her passing leaves! My prayers are with you.

  • Vicki Shure

    Ms Anne Johnson ,
    You're the best OB Instructor ever ‼️‼️‼️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️My thoughts and prayers are with your family......
    Vicki Shure, RN Class of '76

  • Susan Langley Taylor

    Not only a fantastic nursing instructorbut also stressed the importance of humor and teamwork. Hands on nursing at it's finest....thank you to God and her family for sharing our beloved Anne Johnson.

  • Patricia Holt

    I am so sorry for your loss. Ann was one of the most memorable teachers and people I have ever known. May God's loving arms give you peace. She was so special to so many of us Mercy Grads and will be missed dearly. She has left me with many happy memories of my Nursing school years.

  • Nancy Dobbins Irvin

    Bless Mrs Johnson's Sweet Heart!! All that knew Her Have Been Blessed!
    She has shared Her Heart and Knowledge with each and every Student that had the privilege of being taught by Her!
    We loved Her spunk and loved to crack Her up. She made every one love Her and love Laboratory and Delivery Class.
    Great Memories mean We Loved Much!!
    Keep delivering those babies from heaven, Mrs. Johnson! Forever in My ❤️!!

  • Dianne Talley

    Mrs Johnson was my OB instructor at Mercy. I learned a lot from her. She was happy all the time . I will keep the family in my prayers.

  • Anne & Tommy Miller

    So sorry for your loss. May you feel the comfort an peace of those who are surrounding you in love. Fond memories we have of the good ole days. Anne and Tommy Miller

  • Rosemary Kates

    I will always remember Ann Johnson as one of the best teachers I ever had . As a student in the class of 1974 at Mercy , she was not only our OB instructor , but a true friend and mentor to me and all her students. I have remembered many of the things she taught me and said . She truly inspired me and has always been in my heart during my long nursing career . God Bless you , Miss Johnson and my prayees and condolences go to your family .

  • Michele Weatherly

    My deepest sympathy to Anne's family.

    Mercy School of Nursing
    Class of 1974

  • Dennis Izzo

    I knew Ann for many years as a regular in CMC's cardiac rehab program. We would take seriously our commitment to exercising but found time to briefly chat. Early in the AM it's hard to have long conversations. Also we were aware of when anyone in the group was away for a while and inquired as to their well being.. A sad feeling reached me today as I learned of her passing: her presence in the room, where she parked her vehicle but mostly her smile and kind words she often shared. I will miss her.

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