Kristal Johnson-Chappell

July 21, 1975 - September 20, 2003

age 28 of Cranberry Twp. Died on Sat. Sept 20,2003. She was born in Greenville, PA on 7-21-75. Daughter of Daniel Johnson of Ohio and Mary Kroynovich of Greenville. She was a 1st Grade Teacher at Rowan Elementary School in Seneca Valley School District. She was a nursing graduate of Theil College and an Elementary Education Graduate of Slippery Rock University.
In Addition to her parents she is Survived by her husband, Jason E. Chappell, her grandmother, Shirley Johnson, a brother, Jarrett Johnson of Fla. And she is the daughter law of Hugh and Ruth Chappell of Wexford. Visitation Monday 2-4 & 7-9 PM at the Cranberry Location (2678 Rochester Road). Where services will be help Tuesday 11 AM

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  • Marybeth Carey

    Someday, my young friend, we will “step” together again.

    Such a breath of fresh air you brought when you entered a room. Your energy was unsurpassed.

    You will never be forgotten. Your memory will live on in my mind and I am sure the minds of many others.

    My prayers for your family will be never ceasing. May God’s strength and peace surround them.

    Marybeth Carey
    Star Styled Aerobics Class

  • Kate MacQueen

    My thoughts and prayers are with Jason and family. Thiel Alumni will share memories of Kristal at Homecoming.

  • Kelee McKean-Garmong

    There’s so little words can say. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  • Bob Kelly

    Johnson-Chappell family:I am deeply sorry for your loss. I did not know Kristal personally but know her husband Jason, and father-in-law Hugh. There are no words to describe how badly I feel about your loss. Jason and family, you are in our thoughts and prayers.

  • Michelle L. (Cover) Reichart

    What a shock this is to all of us. We struggle to understand why this has happened. Kristal was a beautiful person and this became apparent to anyone who knew her. She made each of us strive to be a better individual and she had a profound impact on my life.

    The days ahead will be extremely difficult, but I am reminded of her warm smile. This will prove to be a lasting memory, one of many.


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