Life Story for
Catherine "Katie" Johnson (Cloughton)
Catherine “Katie” Johnson, 92, of Bellevue, Idaho died Monday, June 25, 2018 at the St. Luke’s Wood River Medical Center. Katie was born December 7, 1925 at her childhood home on Glendale Road south of Bellevue. She was the daughter of Arthur and Margaret (Heseltine) Cloughton.
Katie graduated from the eighth grade at the Glendale Grade School and later from the Bellevue High School in 1946. She and Lloyd T. “Pete” Johnson were married July 23, 1957 and they made their home in Bellevue.
Katie was a homemaker and bookkeeper for Pete’s business as Johnson Welding and Machine Shop. Her enjoyed her garden very much.
She was a member of Eastern Star, Mayflower Rebekah Lodge #41, the American Legion auxiliary and many bowling leagues.
Surviving members include nieces Marilyn (Jim) Myers of Meridian, Linda (Ted) Myers of Kuna, Elaine (Paul) Myers of Bagdad AZ, Thelma (Les) Cameron of Bellevue, Billie Jo (John) McRill of Kimberly and nephews Ron Myers of Pocatello, Tom (Gloria) Luther of Moscow, sister-in-law Vicki Johnson, and many grand nieces and nephews.
Her husband Lloyd T. “Pete” Johnson, her father and mother Arthur and Margaret Cloughton, brothers Matthews Cloughton and T.W. "Bill" Cloughton and sisters Margaret Myers, Mary Luther, and Thelma Cloughton preceded her in death.l
There will be a memorial service at 9:30 am on Sunday, July 22, 2018 at the graveside in Bellevue Cemetery, during which her ashes will be scattered as she requested to join her husband’s over Lookout Mountain from Pete’s airplane now owned and piloted by Jim Mizer and Gib Sluder.