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Elizabeth “Betty” Johnson was born February 6, 1938 to William and Frances Culverhouse. She died December 31, 2020 at Mission Hospital. Most of her life was lived in a small town in New Jersey.  Betty graduated from Freehold High School and received a Bachelors degree from Trenton State College.  She taught elementary school in both Freehold Borough and Freehold Township, New Jersey.

She is survived by her son Brad Johnson (Michele); two grandchildren Alexandra and Aiden Johnson; her sister Margaret Galcher and brother Bill Culverhouse (Carol).  Her son Blaik Johnson and husband Bill Johnson pre-deceased her.  She is also survived by her friend and partner Victor Gralewicz.

After New Jersey, Betty became a California gal residing in San Clemente for nearly 30 years. She was member at Rancho San Clemente Tennis Club and a member of the Assistance League of Capistrano Valley. She also was a life master of bridge. A memorial service will be held when the virus subsides.

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