“Our family would like to thank you for all your help during our time of loss. We were very impressed with how everything was handled — from your quick response the night of J’s passing — quick and with great respect in removing him from our home, to the processing of all the paperwork and details and to how wonderful he looked at the final private viewing for our family. It meant a lot that we could all be together to see him one final time. Thank you again for everything.”
— The S. Family
Elizabeth Johnson Edwards
October 27, 1927 - November 02, 2012
Elizabeth Johnson Edwards, age 85, a former resident of Monarch Landing of Naperville, IL and formerly of Bradenton, FL and Lombard, IL, passed away peacefully on November 2, 2012. She was born October 27, 1927 in Chicago.
Elizabeth is survived by her loving children, Susan (Glenn) Kisner of Naperville, IL, Nancy (the late Charles, III) Edwards of Lombard, IL and Lisa (Lawrence Deneault) Edwards of Carmel, NY; her adoring grandchildren, Tim (Angela) Kisner, Laura Edwards and Indigo Edwards Deneault; and her precious great grandson, Seth Kisner. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 55 years, Charles W. Edwards, Jr. and her son, Charles W. Edwards, III; her parents, Elmer and Susan Johnson and brothers, Tyrus and Robert Johnson.
Elizabeth was a graduate of Northern IL University and returned to earn her master's degree in education. She was a junior high teacher for over 30 years and retired from Bryant Junior High School, Elmhurst. She was very active in PEO and dedicated her time along with her husband to Kiwanis International.
Visitation will be Tuesday, November 6, 4:00 until 8:00 PM at the Friedrich-Jones Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Naperville. A Celebration of Elizabeth's life will be held on Wednesday, November 7, 11:00 AM at the funeral home with Pastor Linda Tossey officiating. A private family interment will be held at Palms Robards Cemetery, Sarasota, FL.
For those who would like to leave a lasting tribute to Elizabeth's life, memorials to the Alzheimer's Association would be greatly appreciated.