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M. Lucille Johns
1920 - 2017
AVisitation and Funeral
Celebrating Lucille's Life

Tuesday Morning, April 25, 2017
Visitation from 10:00 to 11:00 am
Service begins at 11:00 am
Christ United Methodist Church
1503 North Summit Avenue
Decatur, Illinois
Rev. Kelly Cox, Officiating

Graveside Service and Burial
Graceland Cemetery
Decatur, Illinois

Memorials to:
Christ United Methodist Church
or Susan G. Komen Foundation

M. Lucille Johns, 96 of Lee’Summit, MO., formerly of Decatur died Thursday,         
April 20, 2017.

Funeral service to celebrate Lucille’s life will be 11:00 am. Tuesday April 25, 2017 at
Christ United Methodist Church (1503 N. Summit Avenue Decatur, IL. 62526).  
Visitation will be one hour before the service at the church. Burial will be in Graceland
Cemetery Decatur, IL. Memorials may be made to the Christ United Methodist Church
or the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Tanzyus-Logan Funeral Service and Care is in
charge of the arrangements.

Lucille was born in June of 1920 in Morrisonville, IL., daughter of Joe and Stella
McReynolds. She lived in Oconee and graduated from Pana High School. While living
with distant relatives Gus and Edith Belt in Normal, IL., she worked for the 1st Steak
and Shake Restaurant. She worked for State Farm Insurance Co. in Bloomington, IL.,
the University of Illinois at Champaign, IL., and Magnolia Oil Co. of Dallas, TX.  
Lucille married Fred Johns in February of 1946. Together they owned and operated
service stations in Decatur. Fred preceded her in death in July of 2008.

Surviving are her son, Richard “Dick” (Susie) Johns of Lee’ Summit, MO.,  
grandchildren, Jarrett Chase and fiancée Tina Boll, Lisa Chase, Tyler (Molly) Johns
and Cory Johns, great grandchildren, Donovan Chase, Haley Chase, Callie Mae Johns,
Easton Fred Johns and Kaitlynn Stay.

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, daughter, Linda Chase and one

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