August 1940 – May 2021
Sheila Ann Connolly Johnson (San Lorenzo/Turlock, CA) was born August 14, 1940 and passed away May 5, 2021. She enjoyed reading, telling stories, baking, spending time visiting/talking with family and friends, and looking after her extended pet family. She was blessed with and grateful for her thoughtful children and grandchildren that took care of and looked after her until the very end. There were so many birthdays, weddings, graduations and celebrations over the years that brought her so much joy.
Sheila was an escrow office for over 20 years, working predominately in Turlock, California. Although very stressful in the days before the internet, Sheila found so much fulfillment in being part of helping people in Turlock. This is where she made so many friends and relationships that lasted for years to come.
She is survived by her daughter Kathleen Agulay, sons Matt (Michelle) and Kirk (Suzanne), and grandchildren Sonni, Taylor, Max, Trevor, Hailey, Everett, Beth and Andrew.
“But now she’s finally free, setting out on a new trajectory, heading for a place where her shine won’t be stolen.” – John Mark Green.
Family and friends are invited to attend a memorial in Sheila’s honor on Saturday, June 19th from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm at Allen Mortuary, 247 North Broadway, Turlock, CA.
Jeff Tovar saysJune 9, 2021 at 4:14 pm
R.I.P Sheila your going to be missed by everyone may God bless you and your family in Jesus name amen ❤
Meredith Kelley saysJune 8, 2021 at 4:33 pm
Sheila was an amazing lady! She was always smiling and happy, even when she wasn’t feeling the best. She would always say, “at least I’m still alive and kicking!”. She loved her adopted cats that she had coming into her patio. She was very independent. She would walk to a store near by her place for some groceries and wouldn’t allow anyone to take her. She said she needed to get out and be active. I would always ask her if she needed something or some help and she always said no, she’s go it. LOL She will be missed very much and we will always remember the wonderful lady she was!