Born: February 7, 1942 - Deceased: August 21, 2021
Dinah L. Johnson – Langridge, nee Pyle, 79, of Belleville, IL, born Saturday, February 7, 1942, in East St. Louis, passed away Saturday, August 21, 2021 at Cedarhurst of Collinsville.
Dinah was a current member of Christ Church Fairview Heights, IL, a former long-time member of Winstanley Baptist Church in Fairview Heights, IL, ASPCA and the Sierra Club. She had a genuine love of nature and animals and enjoyed sharing that love with her children and grandchildren. Dinah was very charitable and always helped out where needed at church and with organizations such as Meals on Wheels. She loved being active and being outside. She spent a lot of time with her family camping and boating and has passed on the love of those things to her children. Her entire life, Dinah loved dancing, and was still dancing at Cedarhurst until about a month ago.
She was preceded in death by her:
Surviving are her:
Memorials: In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association.
Visitation: Visitation from 4:00 – 7:00 pm, Wednesday, August 25, 2021 at Kurrus Funeral Home in Belleville, Illinois.
Funeral: Funeral Services will be held at 7:00 pm, Wednesday, August 25, 2021 at Kurrus Funeral Home, with Dr. Timothy Gibson officiating. Private interment will be held at Lake View Memorial Gardens, Fairview Heights, IL.
I miss you so much dear, dear friend. You brought so much joy to my life.
Diana, Aaron and Family,
I am so sorry for your loss. I spent a lot of time at your house and your mom was always very sweet to me. I am praying that you all find peace during this sad time. Jody and Holly send their love and condolences.
Bill and the family of Dinah,
My sincerest sympathy on the passing of Dinah. Dinah and I were long time friends/ We used to take long walks through the neighborhood and we would solve all the problems of the world. I always looked forward to these walks and I miss her dearly. May she rest in peace.
My cousin Dinah was a sweet person that I’ve known since I was a small child and whom I wish I had gotten to know better. A lot about the way she looked reminded me of my own mother Juanita, her aunt (her mother Pearl’s half-sister).
Always loved seeing her at Winstanley- so happy and kind! Thinking of her family..