Madeline Johnson, 69, a former teacher in Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda schools, died Monday (Jan. 22, 1990) in the Oakhurst Manor Nursing Center, Ocala, Fla.
Miss Johnson received her bachelor's degree from Buffalo State College and her master's degree in science from Columbia University. She also attended Cornell University.
A reading consultant and social studies teacher, Miss Johnson taught for more than 30 years in Kenmore and Hoover Junior High schools. Although she had multiple sclerosis for many years, she continued teaching until about 1972.
Miss Johnson moved to Florida about three years ago.
Survivors include two sisters, Mildred Kramer of the Town of Tonawanda and Muriel Stevenson of Florida, and a brother, William.
A private funeral will be held.