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Patricia Ann Hutton '64


Mrs. Johnson, was NSWC employee, MWC student

A funeral service for Mrs. Patricia H. Johnson, 40, of King George will be held at the Naval Surface Weapons Center Chapel on Friday, July 18 (1986) at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Robert Shay of Saint Elizabeth's Catholic Church officiating.  Burial will be at Historyland Memorial Park .

Mrs. Johnson, a longtime resident of King George County , died Tuesday, July 15 (1986), in an automobile accident near Dahlgren on her way home from work.

She had been employed since 1967 at the Naval Surface Weapons Center in Dahlgren.  Most recently, she was a program analyst with the Naval Command there.

She enrolled in the Bachelor of Liberal Studies program at Mary Washington College in 1980 and she had been attending classes part time since then.  She had only eight credit hours to completed before earning her degree in business administration and had planned to graduate next May.

A friend, Betty Isaacs, who worked with Mrs. Johnson and attended classes with her at Mary Washington College , said, "She was vivacious and inspirational to everyone who knew her.  She had so many interests and was always looking for new challenges."

Mrs. Johnson is survived by her husband, Barry R. Johnson, an engineer at NSWC, her parents, retired Navy Commander and Mrs. William L. Hutton of Merritt Island , Fla ; a sister, Mrs. Josephine H. Stevens of Front Royal; two nieces and a nephew.

Pallbearers will be Jerry Gibson, Mickey Rose, John Copley, Fred Perrine, George Williams, and Craig Chamberlain.

The family will receive friends tonight from 7 to 8 o'clock at Nash & Slaw Funeral Home in King George.

The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to the SPCA, 1600 Chamberlain Ave. , Richmond , 23222.

        Taken from THE FREE LANCE-STAR in Fredericksburg, VA, Thursday, July 17, 1986.