I stumbled upon Dr. Johnson's obituary. I was saddened to learn of her passing. She was such a significant part of my family's life. My mom Gay Ann Jones-Whitworth worked for Linda, then transitioned to patient as Dr. Johnson meticulously helped her determine she had Crohn's (before anyone know what
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I will never forget when my grandmother fell and broke her hip that she had to be transferred to an Okla City hospital and Dr. Johnson rode in the ambulance with her so she was under her constant care. She was a very compassionate and caring person, very humble and so well liked and admired.
It was a cold winter night in 1984, I was rushed to Grady Memorial for the 2nd time within the same day. Dr. Johnson just happened to be exiting as I was entering, and she saw a look of desperation on my face as well as that of the attending emergency room doctor. Long story short, she saved my lif
I will never forget the many camping trips Linda took us on at Lake Chickasha. All of us kids would fish, and swim and tell stories of giant catfish at the Dam by the camp fire in the evening. I also have found memories of having our Members Only Club Meetings at the farm. After our official 3rd gr
I wanted the thank her family for all her dedication to her patients. I have been her patient and my mother Betty Biggs was her patient, she saved my mothers life more than once finding cancer and taking it out or sending her to a specialist. My mother is still alive because of her dedication. Than
Such a loving, giving lady. I learned so very much from her professionally and personally. She was a friend to so many and loved so many. She heart was bigger than anyone can imagine. She wanted everyone to learn and exceed. I will always call her a true friend . So many wonderful and learning exper
Dr Johnson was a living legend in my family. She was an encouragement that women could do hard things and was a role model for girls in Chickasha to pursue science-geared careers. Thank you for blazing that trail ❤️ She was my grandmother’s health care provider for years and was our trusted and lov
I am so sorry. She’s such a special and wonderful woman. The last time I saw her was at my mom’s funeral. She happened to walk into the ER a few days before when we had taken mom in. She checked on her for us and told us that we didn’t have long… to wait, don’t go anywhere. She was a huge blessing t
You showed generations of lgbtq+ individuals that we could live our lives authentically while following our dreams to success. I will be eternally grateful that you showed so many of us rejected by others, that we could be accepted, find love, and be celebrated in our lives. I hope you rest in pow
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