Carolyn Sue Johnson

December 21, 1943 - October 8, 2007
Kilpatrick Funeral Home
1200 Lamy Lane
Monroe, LA 71201
318-323-9611 | Map
Kilpatrick Funeral Home
1200 Lamy Lane
Monroe, LA 71201
318-323-9611 | Map
Thursday 10/11

Carolyn Sue Panzico Johnson Kilpatrick Funeral Home West Monroe, LA Funeral services for Mrs. Carolyn Sue Panzico Johnson, 63 of West Monroe, LA will be held at 10:00 AM, Thursday, October 11, 2007 at Cedar Crest Baptist Church West Monroe, LA with Rev. Greg Clark and Rev. David Moreland officiating. Interment to follow at MonroeContinue Reading

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Little Sue left a message on October 27, 2022:
I was blessed and lucky to have a mother, teacher and best friend. God pick just you out of all billions women I feel lucky and having you as mom was once of kind gracefully, elegant and alway lit up room. You shined bright then any woman I laid eyes I love you the moment I met you. Most people say their mom is special You always had a little more special Than any lady in town. You were always a class act. I grew to be just like you a curse or blessing I consider it both but mostly grateful that you were chosen to be my mother. Thank Suebug you’ve been hanging around me a quiet a bit I hope it’s not my turn to be greeted but I feel your spirit and never forget that walk a laughter tickled me to death as you would as well talked and laugh all day. I miss you my mother and our friendship. And mama for god sake make all my siblings my problem that’s a lot of burden to care. Why could I be the only child? I’m just like get up and always making lemonade out lemons.
Little Sue left a message on April 24, 2021:
I’ve been thinking about you all night. Suddenly out of no where I wasn’t even Googling you and your obituary appeared. You were right! As much I wanted you to be wrong on many occasions “ even through death a mother and daughter bond can’t be broken” I used think you were crazy but what kid doesn’t think their mom is crazy.. you were right about everything! So you weren’t crazy after all. That’s the craziest thing! As you would say “ you just tickle me to death.” I miss hearing your laughter, your advice and friendship.” You were the best mom ever! You were the most beautiful person inside and out that I’ve ever met in my entire life. I am the luckiest person in the world knowing you were my mama. I hated when people called me “ Little Sue” now it’s a badge of honor. I miss seeing you LIGHT up a room. Tonight, by appearing on the internet was no coincidence. Remember you called me every morning coteach you had an email and now you’re appearing on the Internet when I’m thinking of you that spooky. So you’re right even through death she didn’t leave me. As you would say “ you just tickle me to death.” I miss you so very much and love you so much. You are a shining star! Even through death light shines so bright! Your personality was so bigger than life there’s no way you’re light could ever be dim. You’re the most amazing person I’ve ever met in my whole entire existence. And you were all mine... my mother. Words cannot even express how amazing you were! I love you!!!
Love Always Daughter TSHP and your granddogs SavannahBelle left a message on October 8, 2020:
In memory of Carolyn Sue Johnson, Love Always Daughter TSHP and your granddogs SavannahBelle lit a candle
Anita Sehon Guin left a message on July 24, 2011:
I did not know that Sue had passed away. I knew her a long time ago and know after reading all the tributes that she was very special and loved by her family so much. I am so happy that all of you, like me, know that we will join her in heaven with our lord Jesus soon. I pray for the peace of God and the love of our Lord will be the truth that comforts still now after these few years that Sue has been with Him. Anita Sehon Guin
Jennifer Powell Sharbono left a message on October 26, 2007:
My mama and my best friend will be missed so much! My life will never be the same without her. She touched so many lives and was a "giver" like Bro. Greg said not a "taker". My son Gavin was the light of her life and she lit up like a Christmas tree when she would see him. I still cannot believe she is gone but hopefully we will all meet her again at the gates where she told me she would be waiting in a letter! I will keep on going and try my best to raise my son and NEVER let him forget her or how much she loved us. I will never stop missing my mother. Thank you to everyone who touched her life and your thoughts and prayers. They are all so much appreciated. My mother was a wonderful woman and I hope I will turn out to be half as great as she was and will always be!
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Devin Taliaferro left a message on October 24, 2007:
My mother : Carolyn Sue Panzico Johnson would be tickled that her name is all over Google & Yahoo, I spent hours, endeavor teaching her to email LOL .. That's was her favorite saying.. "You just tickle me to death". One of our last conversation was.. Girl, you just tickle me to death.. My mother loved to laugh.. boy!could she talk up a storm.. : I miss her laugh, her smile & she was telling me not to cry.. & tried to change the subject so when we got off the phone I wouldn't be upset that she was sick. She always, lifted me up when I was down.. some how she made it all better. : That's my MOM ... Always mother, Always my best friend, Always an Angel.. She taught me not to focus on what you fear, Focus on where you want to go... & always give it to God.. He will take care of it all. Thank you, mom for such wonderful memories.. Your an Angel and Angel's are hard to find. Love Always, Your daughter Devin Panzico Taliaferro
Devin Panzico Taliaferro left a message on October 24, 2007:
Loving memories of my Mother, Carolyn Sue Panzico Johnson It won't be long... You said before you died, that I was the key to your heart. But the truth is you were mine. I ask the Lord above, to answer my prayers. That you would come back. But, that wouldn't be fair. I now know that you're happy where you are. Safe in the arms of Jesus, without any cares. But I want you to know, that I still love you so. And I'll go on living for Him, Knowing that His light will never dim. Someday together we'll be, But, until then, the Lord will take care of me. So, keep on watching, It won't be long. That from this world, I'll be gone. Into your arms once again, Safe from all the worldly harm. Love always, Your loving daughter Devin Panzico Taliaferro My little Sue bug, I miss you mommie.. I wish you, would wipe my tears away. This world will never be the same without you in it. Please, mommie.. watch over me.. You were right? Nothing like a Mother's love...
Devonne left a message on October 12, 2007:
To those she left behind, I remember my Aunt Sue as being full of life and always happy. I am sure each of you all have stories of her which reflect her happiness. Keep this in mind when you remember Sue. I wasn't a part of her life for a long time but I still will never forget her or my cousins. I love each of you and pray you will have the Lord's help through this very difficult time. I am very sorry I could not be there. You are all in my prayers. Love,Devonne
Connie Brewster left a message on October 11, 2007:
Wayne, Sue was such a special person. We are so sorry for your loss but praise the Lord she's no longer suffering and is in the presence of Jesus! She will be missed by all who knew her. We were unable to attend the visitation due to accident and death in our church family. We were out of town until too late to come by. But please know we love you. In Christ, Connie & Gary Brewster
Cindy Smith left a message on October 11, 2007:
Wayne, We just wanted to send our prayers to you and your family. Sue was a wonderful and kind person. Bobby and Cindy Smith
Brad and Ann Armintor left a message on October 11, 2007:
We are so sorry to learn of the loss of your loved one, Carolyn. Please know that we are thinking of you and have you in our prayers. With deepest sympathy and love.
The Tisers left a message on October 11, 2007:
Mr. Johnson, My wife and I are so sorry to hear about the death of your wife. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. You recently did dirt work in our back yard - What a wonderful improvement!
Michael L. Bearden left a message on October 10, 2007:
A buddy and a neat lady.................I'll miss you................since I was know. Hugs, Michael
Patience Garrett Pharr left a message on October 10, 2007:
I have the fondest of memories in Ms Panzico's 1st Grade Class at Ouachita Elementary -- I will never forget the proper way to say the word "again" again... She had a way of making each and every student feel special -- She will always be my favorite teacher...Patience
Linda Hutson left a message on October 10, 2007:
Dear Jennifer, I am so sorry for the loss of your mom. I know how much you love her and will miss her. She was a precious person. I will keep you in my prayers. Ms. Linda
Brenda Perkins Anderson left a message on October 10, 2007:
I was only around Sue for a short time many years ago when I lived in the Monroe area. She was always laughing and having fun. My prayers and thought are with you at this time. Remember the good times.
Susan Harris left a message on October 9, 2007:
Wayne, Victoria, Jamie, Lauren and family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and we are so sorry for your loss. Sue was such a wonderful person who taught us that knew her about faith, love, and the power of prayer. I look forward to getting one of her sweet hugs again in Heaven. I know she is whole and well and rejoicing with Jesus. I pray that the Lord will give you strength and peace in the days ahead. We love you and are here for you. Susan, Jeff, and Michaela
Pat Douglas left a message on October 9, 2007:
Our love and sympathy go to the family. Sue grew up on the southside of Monroe with us and attended Central Baptist Church. My mother, Lillie Roberts, was one of her Sunday School teachers, and Sue always said she was her favorite. Mama has been gone four years and I hope she welcomed Sue to Heaven. They both were special people and we can take great comfort that they are in the presence of our Heavenly Father.
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