Debra Jean (LoCicero) Johnson of Brookline, NH

Debra Jean (LoCicero) Johnson, 59 a longtime resident of Brookline, NH passed away at her home on February 7, 2020 surrounded by her loving family.

She was the beloved wife of David A. Johnson with whom she would have celebrated 39 years of marriage with on June 20th.

She was born in Lowell, MA, daughter of the late Vincent and Marion LoCicero . She was educated in the New Hampshire School system and graduated from Kennett High School in Conway, NH. For many years she was employed as a head chef at Parker’s Maple Barn in Mason, NH and had a passion for cooking.

She loved all types of animal’s, was a member of the Kennel Club of America and enjoyed showing dogs, going on cruises, camping, and travelling with family.

Besides her husband, she is survived by her two sons, Nathan Johnson and his wife Rachel of Dayton, OH, and Andrew Johnson and his wife Amy of Ashaway, RI., a sister, Susan Young and her husband John of Arcadia, FL., two brothers, David LoCicero and his wife Carol of Hudson, NH., and James LoCicero of Brookline, NH., mother in law, Bettie (Sanford) Johnson of Lebanon, ME., sister in law, Sharon LoCicero of  Bowdoinham, ME, three grandchildren, Ophelia Johnson, Lucy Johnson, and Imelda Johnson as well as several nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by a brother Joseph LoCicero and a sister Laurie Pointon.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend her calling hours on Tuesday, February 11th from 12 to 3PM at the Dolan Funeral Home, 106 Middlesex St., Chelmsford. Her funeral service will follow the calling hours at 3PM. Interment will be private and at the convenience of her family. Memorials may be made in her name to the Noris –Cotton Cancer Center at Dartmouth Hitchcock Hospital.  ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041.  Guestbook at

31 Condolences for Debra Jean (LoCicero) Johnson of Brookline, NH

    Desire’e Downey

    David and family I’m am
    So very sorry I’m glad you came into
    My life your love for one another was one I would I would hope all
    Could have in life … my love to you all
    I will miss you Debbie and the best pies you always baked me


    Donna Vance

    Praying for all of you as you remember in love and memory our amazing Deb. Miss you all, love you all, Jerry & Donna


    Michelle Mitchell & Mike Myette

    We are so sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. Keeping you and your family in our thoughts and prayers. Although we are far away, you know we are just a call away if you need anything (or a place to runaway to). Love you guys!

    Michelle, Mike and Kayden


    Steven and Jackie Wright

    Dave and Family. There are no words so powerful enough to ease your pain at this time. I wish we could say or do anything to help. We know you will find comfort knowing how much you loved and cared for each other. Sending our love and prayers Steven and Jackie Wright


    Dennis & Grace LaBombard

    Dave, Nate, Andrew and family,
    We are so sorry for your losing Deb. No words could possibly ease your pain; but know you have many friends that love you.


    Susan Cunneen

    Dear Deb, You are greatly missed already. Never have I known such a kind and nice person, so very patient and accepting of everything. These beautiful qualities came from deep within- natural and real, complimenting your physical beauty. May you be in peace now and reunite with those you have missed for so long.

    Dear David, May you find some comfort in knowing that the grief you feel being so monumental is a true reflection of how much Deb meant to you in all aspects, spanning from friend, wife, mother, confidant, supporter, partner and so many other things. You two had an excellent marriage- something to be of an example for all. You both not only loved each other; but also stayed ‘in love’ with each other- never wavering.

    We wish to give our condolences to you and the whole family. May you have peace knowing your grief is not only yours but felt by many.


    Susan and Edward Cunneen


    Pete Hartwell

    My condolences to everyone. Has it really been 30 years since I met you? Where did the time go? So many things I will forever remember, and this message wouldn’t be complete if I didn’t mention the wonderful food and camping. Don’t worry Deb, I will keep David busy with all my vehicles.



    Tony Welch

    David and family, The Welch family is very sorry to hear of your loss! Our prayers and thoughts are with you all. Nancy, Tony, Scott and Matthew Welch, Welch’s Hardware and Lumber Co.


    Bill & Diane Graham

    The Eternal Safety by Helen Schucman

    Holy am I. By Love created, and by
    Love sustained. For I have never left
    The Everlasting Arms. I am beset By dreams of sin & grim forebodings seem
    To steal away my peace, leave me prey
    To terror and malignant destiny.
    Yet does my holiness remain untouched
    As God created it. For there can be
    No sin in God,& therefore none in me.


    Loren Decareau

    my deepest condolences Dave and Family,
    Deb was like a sister we shared so much as friends and daily workers. She lives on in so many things we do every day. She a thoughtful angel reminding us always in the direction we are going….. Love Always Loren.


    Patricia Smith

    Dear David,Nate,Andrew, and family,
    We are so very sorry for your loss. May your wonderful memories carry you through the most difficult times.
    Our condolences to you and your family during this difficult time.
    Patty and Ed Smith


    Debby McLellan and Patty Aiken

    Our sadness is shared. we will remember
    the good times at dog shows and breakfast at Parkers. She was a great friend and we will miss her.


    Sean and Jackie Connor

    We were very sorry to learn of your loss Dave and family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all in this difficult time.


    VW Family

    We’re so sorry to hear about your mom. Sending our condolences to you and your family and thinking of you during this difficult time.

    With love & sympathy,
    Your VW Work Family


    Thomas Goulden

    Dave, I’m sorry to hear about the passing of your wife. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. May she rest in peace.


    Mary & Rich

    Words can’t express the sadness we have in our hearts. You and Deb shared a love that was timeless and priceless and beautiful to be part of. We will never forget our Key West fishing trips with you guys, the many martinis, and the laughs, oh, the laughs…
    Love, Richard & Mary McGarry

    Deb, who am I going to drink “two” scorpion bowls with now? I miss you already’


    Joe & Nancy Lombardo

    Joe and I were so sad to hear of your wife’s passing. Please know that we are thinking of you and your family at this time.
    Hugs and prayers! ice-cream heaven!


    Carol Wheeler

    David & family,
    So very sorry for your loss. We,as everyone else,hold you in our thoughts and prayers. May peace and the good lord be with you all.
    Barry&Carol Wheeler


    Mary Gillis

    Dear David there are no words to express how deeply sorry we all are for this tremendous loss. Our thoughts, love and prayers go out to you and all of the family.
    Cliff, Mary, Cory, Madison, Tess, Jillian, Olivia and Sydney


    Barbara Maffee Burnham

    We are so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you during this sad and difficult time. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

    From The Maffee Family


    Doug Stead

    To Dave and family,
    Please forgive me for being so late with this, but I do want to send my thoughts and prayers to all of you. May the precious and wonderful memories bring you peace and comfort. Also, please let me know if you need anything.

    With deep sympathy,


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