Comeal Johnston

Jan 22, 1921 – Feb 5, 2019

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Comeal Johnston nee Wilson; born January 22, 1921 Half Moon, AR, to William Grover (Pat) Wilson and Bessie Mae Hilliard Wilson; passed away February 5, 2019 Normandy Park, WA after a brief illness; Mom, Grandma, Auntie, Great Grandma, Sister, Great Aunt to a family who is grateful to have had her as their dear matriarch for 98 years. 

Beloved mother of Ronnie (Sharon), David (Ken), and Jack (Joan).   Adored by her grandchildren and great grandchildren.   Preceded in death by her husband, Willis Cayce and grandson, Brian, as well as four of her brothers and a step son.  Survived by her brother Luke (Anna Mae),  two step daughters  and their extended families.   Grandma 'Meal was devoted to her family and deeply loved by all.   

Burial will be at Washington Memorial, SeaTac WA with a celebration of life planned for this summer.


Linda Bardsley
Everett , Wa
Feb 18, 2019

Beautiful lady, loved by all. She will be missed. Blessed to have lived such a long life. Prayers for comfort to all family and friends

Shirley Fischer
Tacoma, Wa
Feb 17, 2019

It was a pleasure knowing this smart witty beautiful woman.

Rest in pease Grand Lady.

Brad Thompson
Auburn, WA
Feb 17, 2019

The loss of a loved one is always difficult, doubly so when that loss is one of your parents. Enjoy the memories of her life and know that as long as those memories are with you, those we have lost are never truly gone from our lives.

Beth Johnston Fitzgerald
Blytheville, AR
Feb 17, 2019

We are so sorry to hear this news. God blessed her with a full and long life with lots of love. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all and please know you are in our hearts at this time. Much love to each of you! Beth, Larry and Joan

Sue Gottbreht
Nine mile falls , Wa
Feb 17, 2019

Prayers and thoughts go to all.

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