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Heather Lynn Johnson, 42 of Athens, Alabama, died Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at Huntsville Hospital.

There will be 11am Graveside Service Monday at Roselawn Cemetery, no visitation planned. Spry Funeral Home assisting family.

Ms. Johnson was born August 2, 1977 in Goldsboro, NC.

Survivors: Husband: Jose Zarazua of Athens, Sons: Noah Johnson and wife Mary of Athens and Joseph Zarazua of Athens; Daughter: Jazmyn Zarazua of Athens; Parents: Gary and Rita Johnson of Athens; Sister: Angela Johnson of New Hope, AL; Nephew: Tyler Johnson of Athens; Three Grandchildren.

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Rick Puckett
2019-12-28 21:55:02
Kim and I worked together several years ago and she was such a cheerful, upbeat person. She deeply cared about others and had such compassion for everyone she met. Kim has never a stranger. She will be greatly missed...
Deanna Weaver
2019-12-28 22:43:11
I have been sitting here all day thinking of my friend, Kim. I learned this morning that she passed on Christmas Day. It's hard to believe. It's been a couple of years since I've seen her, but she's the kind of person that makes you feel like no time has passed if there's been a gap. I spent a lot of time with her at work and the occasional meal out. We talked about anything and everything. Kim was always looking out for the "little guy" and made sure everyone felt special and loved. She was bubbly and sweet, and could sell you a case of anything you didn't need. I used to try to compete with her at work but she always won. She will be missed by so many and never knew how many lives she touched.
Adam Anderson
2019-12-29 01:15:46
Kim and i grew up together. She was a great person and will be greatly missed.
2019-12-29 02:38:09
Kimmy and I worked together several years ago. We would go hiking with my boyfriend (now husband) on occasions. She had such a light about her. She would always try and make sure you had a smile on your face. Kimmy you are going to be so incredibly missed
Tira vest
2019-12-29 06:48:07
We worked at longhorns together. She was a good friend to me. We all will miss her big smile and kind words. I'm so sorry for your loss. God bless your family. Sincerly. Tira. Vest
Michelle Britton
2019-12-29 07:24:12
I worked with Kim and I feel like I can speak for all of us when I say we are HEARTBROKEN over loosing her! I wish Kim knew how much we loved her. She was a warm, sweet soul who brightened our lives with her warmth and joy. She was ALWAYS able to find something nice to say about everyone, because she always saw the best in people. Her life ambition was to help OTHERS less fortunate than herself, that's who she was. She wanted to make the world a better place and she did, by being in it and sharing her light with everyone, she made the world a better place for those fortunate enough to have known her. She wanted to change the world for the better but instead, the world we live in has changed for the worse because this beautiful person has moved on. Kim was truly loved and loosing her has left a hole in our hearts. I wish she had seen herself the way others saw her and I wish she had known how truly loved she was. We miss her. We will never forget.
Deborah Langham
2019-12-29 14:00:58
Kimmie you were the most loving person I’ve ever known, to see you brought instant joy to my heart, I thought how genuine you are in heart and spirit. It’s hard to accept that you’re gone from earth in the physical
I know you’re at Peace and Happy and hanging out with The Angels.
Amber L Walker
2019-12-29 19:05:48
Kim and I were best friends since the 7th grade, I thought so much of her she was always so cheerful and in great spirits never a dull moment with her around. She loved teaching and she loved everybody's children. Kim was free spirited and outgoing I guess that's why we been such good friends for years! I love you kim!!
2019-12-29 22:01:53
I’m so sorry for your loss. I’m here if you need to talk!
Jesse Larson
2019-12-30 02:48:17
Hello, my name is Jesse. I worked with your loved one Kimberly (Kim) at my job at Long Horns. I just wanted you to know that she was such a joy to work with. Every time I saw her she had something positive and sweet to say to me. The last time I saw we sang together, she brought joy to every shift she worked. I am truly sorry for your loss, she will be missed and loved always by her co workers at Long Horns.
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