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Claudia Johnson

October 14, 1946 ~ November 9, 2021

Jennings

Mrs. Claudia Jean Strickland Johnson, 75, passed away peacefully at 5:00 p.m. on November 9, 2021, in a local care facility.

Mrs. Johnson was a native of Oklahoma City, OK. She was a manager in the communication industry. She enjoyed cooking, gambling, playing poker and backgammon. She made the best chocolate chip cookies you ever tasted. She had a heart of gold and was a big giver.

She is survived by her beloved husband, Jimmie Johnson, Daughters Jessica Johnson of Oklahoma City, OK, and Jordan Cormier of Jennings, LA; son, Doug Lewis of Oklahoma; sisters, Jeana Smith of Fort Worth, TX, Cathy Gottselig of Houston, TX, Gale Johnson of Moore, OK, and Sunny Thompson of Oklahoma City, OK; brother, Gary Burrell of Moore, OK and grandchildren, Karver Cormier, Samuel Stevens, Ellie Lewis, and Joel Lewis.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Claude and Edith Morrell Strickland and a sister, Petey Strickland.

Cremation has been entrusted to Miguez Funeral Home of Jennings.

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  1. Jeani,
    When I was a kid, you always said that you knew you were my favorite Aunt. You were always right. You spoiled me as a child, and I’ll always remember those fun times. I cherish the times I got to know you more as an adult even more. I’ll always love you, my favorite aunt.

  2. We all love you so much, Aunt Jeani. You were our rock and foundation for so long. I will always remember your many words of wisdom and excellent cooking, as well as your generous heart. You are forever in our hearts. I made Green Chile Stew tonight in your memory… it wasn’t as good as yours. ❤️ Love you so.

  3. Sis, you are our "Queen of Hearts". You always had a smile on your face and a positive outlook on things. Your wisdom and knowledge always helped me in times of need. The competitive edge you had in the games we played made it more fun when I could beat you (every now and then). You will be dearly missed by all and forever in our hearts.


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