Plainview Chapel
57 3rd Street SW
Plainview, MN 55964
Eyota Chapel
115 South Ave.
Eyota, MN 55934
Obituaries 2019
Dianna Lee Johnson, 74, of Eyota, MN, passed away peacefully Thursday,
March 19, 2020,
Dianna was born in Rochester, MN on October 10, 1945 to William and
Jean (Sackett) Senrick. She married her high school sweetheart, Charles
Johnson, on June 16, 1963 and were married for 51 years.  In 1965,
Charles and Dianna moved to Eyota and raised their two beautiful boys,
Timothy Charles and Patrick William.  They also had a baby girl, Dawn
Suzette, who was held in the arms of Jesus before ever feeling the arms of
her parents.  Dianna was a nurse at the Olmsted County Hospital until she
had her second heart attack at the young age of 35 years old.  She was a
fighter and chose to live her life with joy regardless of the challenges that
came against her.  She was and still is an inspiration to everyone who knew
Dianna’s greatest love was for her family and friends.  Her hobbies included
all types of music, reading, painting, drawing, baking, and fishing. She
enjoyed anything that she could share with others.  
Dianna is survived by her sons and their spouses, Tim and Lorie Johnson
and Pat and Alaina Johnson; grandchildren, Ben, Corrinne, Andrew, Caleb,
Eli, Isaac, Ambriel and Kale; and brothers, Bill (Penny) Senrick, Bob (Helen)
Senrick, Steven (Nancy) Senrick and sisters, Sharon (Steve) Nigon and
Kathy Miller.
She was preceded in death by her parents, William and Jean Senrick, her
husband, Charles and her precious baby girl, Dawn Suzette.  Dianna was
so excited to be reunited with her husband and daughter and couldn’t wait
to finally get to hold Dawn in her arms!                                   
The family would like to thank the staff at Seasons Hospice for the amazing
care they have given her the past 15 months.
A Graveside service is planned for Wednesday March 25 at Grandview
Memorial Gardens in Rochester at 11:00 AM.  Schad & Zabel Funeral Home
is assisting the family with the arrangements.
      Memorials may be sent to the
Johnson family at 100 Bdwy St.  Osseo, MN