Eunice M. Johnson

  • Born: April 13, 1936
  • Died: July 29, 2020
  • Location: Indianapolis, Indiana

Wilson St Pierre Funeral Service & Crematory - Franklin Township Chapel

5950 E Thompson Rd
Indianapolis, IN 46237

Tel. (317) 783-3653

Tribute & Message From The Family


Eunice M. (Eunie) Johnson

departed this earth July 29, 2020 with a new address in Paradise to be with her Lord & Savior. Eunice was born April 13, 1936 to Ancil & Laura (Rode) Hartman who both preceded her in death. She was baptized May 6, 1936 and was confirmed May 28, 1950.

Eunice entered the career world upon graduation from Franklin Township High School. For 17 years, she was a private secretary to the General Manager of Indiana Statewide REC, Inc. and then as Secretary to the General Foreman at TWA. In 1971 she married her husband Bill and ended her away from home career temporarily. In 1972, their son, William, Jr. (Tom) was born and Eunice chose to become a fulltime homemaker and was active in their son's life's activities when he entered St. John Lutheran School. She then became a bus driver first for Franklin Township and then Warren Township for a total of 25 years before retiring in 2004.

In 2008 Eunice returned to the work force part time for two auto auctions, Auto Dealers Exchange and Indianapolis Car Exchange for 10 years. She worked in the office one day a week on their respective sale days. By 2018, some health issues developed, and she again retired.

Eunie loved family and friend get-togethers, attending Colts games, playing cards, working crossword puzzles, gardening and the great pleasure and love of riding her own motorcycle. For years, she and husband, Bill, took vacations on their bikes as well with a group of 5-6 friend cyclists traveling to other states and many short weekend trips during the summer months. A life long member of St. John Lutheran Church & School, one of her most heartwarming activities was being active and serving in her church, particularly Altar Guild, for many years. She always had a great sense of humor and enjoyed people who were likewise, for a fun-filled social life. Eunie rarely met a stranger and loved to give hugs and socialize.

Eunice is survived by her beloved husband and caregiver, Bill; son, Tom (Billie); stepdaughter, Kim (Doug) Fahey-Gilaspy; step grandchildren, Brandon (Tracy) Fahey; Felicia Fahey; Zac (Heather) Peek; grandchildren, Sydney and Zachary Peek. She also has two step great grandchildren and a sister Judy (Lynn) Fox, in addition to her parents, a brother, Ronald Hartman and sister, Eileen Hood preceded her in death. She leaves much love to many beloved nieces, nephews, dear cousins, and a host of friends.

Her family mourns because we are humans but REJOICE for we are Christian. Jesus said: "I am the Resurrection and Life." We thank God the father for the gift of Eunie's life, however celebrate the power of Jesus resurrection for we are people in life and death.

A visitation will be held, Tuesday, August 4th from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm at St. John Lutheran Church & School 6630 Southeastern Ave. Indianapolis, IN with a service at 12:00. Due to recent COVID-19 mandates, all guests are required to wear face coverings or masks at visitations and services. Arrangements entrusted to Wilson St. Pierre Funeral Service & Crematory, Franklin Township Chapel. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. John Ev. Lutheran Church, 6630 Southeastern Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46203. You are invited to read Eunice's complete obituary at www.stpierrefamilyfuneral.com, where you may sign the guest book and leave a personal message for the family.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

We, the Hughes & Sabatino Family send our deepest condolences to the family. Eunice was a beautiful woman and a wonderful friend of our beloved wife, mother and family. You all are in our prayers. Let us know if we can be of assistance to the family. GOD Bless you All.
Thoughtfully, Gordon H., Domenic S., Wilma H-S, Joseph S and Esa S.

Posted by Wilma Hughes-Sabatino - Indianapolis, IN - Family Friend   August 05, 2020

I have enjoyed every moment we had together. You are forever in our hearts. We love you and hope you are at peace. Watch over us!

Posted by Heather Peek - Indianapolis, IN - Family   August 04, 2020

Sorry to hear about your loss, thoughts and prayers to you and your family..

Posted by Mike Milburn (FPCC) - Friend   August 04, 2020

EJ drove a bus for Lowell Elementary School for many years and I had the pleasure of working with her! She was a great driver, and really cared for the children. What a sweet lady!

Posted by Susan Howard - Carmel, IN - Coworker   August 03, 2020

Posted by Don Hammersley - Classmate   August 03, 2020

Praying for you in your loss. May you find comfort in hope we have in Jesus.

Posted by William Stillman - Indianapolis, IN - Family Friend   August 02, 2020

A wonderful life fulfilled with a loving family and her everlasting faith in God and Jesus. Enjoy your Eternal Blessings

Posted by Stanley Johnson - Indianapolis, IN - Friend   August 02, 2020

It was with sadness that I heard about Eunice's death. She always brought energy and joy and caring to our class reunions. We all will miss her. I am sorry I will not be able to attend her services but want to offer my condolences to the family. Minot Schuman, Class of 1954.

Posted by Minot Schuman    August 02, 2020

My heartfelt sympathy to you Bill, may you find peace knowing she is now in the arms of Jesus.
Ginny Link

Posted by Ginny Link - Indianapolis, IN - Friend   August 02, 2020

Eunice was a classmate, friend and very caring person who always had the right words to make you feel special. Her passing will leave a gaping hole at our reunions, though we will give thanks she was part of our lives and is enjoying eternal happiness with our Lord and Savior. Our prayers are with Bill, her son, and all the family. Thanks for the memories, Eunie.

Posted by Sharon & Dick Gilaspy - Indianapolis, IN - Classmate   August 01, 2020

Bill and Tom, So sorry for your loss, we will remember Eunie (what I called her) fondly . Enjoyed playing cards, and being a fellow bus driver with her. May God grant you peace as you mourn but always know that God has added to his angels Praying for you

Posted by Tom & Sandy Schroeder - 4240 Franklin Rd, IN - Friend   August 01, 2020


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