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Phyllis Johns

Published On: Dec 30 2012 10:03:42 AM CST
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PHOENIX/MADISON - Phyllis J. Johns, age 96, retired officer of First Interstate Bank of Arizona, passed away on December 25, 2012. Phyllis was born April 7, 1916 in Madison, Wisconsin, the daughter of George C. and Elsie F. (Veerhusen) Wahl. She was a member of the Wisconsin Alumni Association, the Wisconsin Union, and Phi Beta Creative Arts Fraternity. Prior to her retirement in 1981, she was affiliated with the National Association of Bank Women.

Phyllis is survived by her daughter, Mary Ann Lopeparo of Phoenix, AZ; daughter in law, Bonnie Johns of Madison; four grandchildren; six great grandchildren; brother, Dean C. (Nancy) Wahl and a niece. She was preceded in death by her husband, Donald S. Johns; her son, Donald P. Johns; her son in law, Joe Lopeparo, Sr.; and a niece; her mother and father and her twin sister.

Per her request, she will be cremated and there will be no visitation or service.

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