Wendy Lee Johnson - Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory

Wendy Lee Johnson

October 12, 1967 - March 8, 2018

Wendy Lee Johnson, age 51, of Elkton, MD, passed away peacefully on Thursday, March 8, 2018.

Born in Wilmington, DE on October 12, 1967, she was a daughter of Carol (Dolbow) and the late Ronald Pyle.  Wendy enjoyed her career as a manager at Bank of America.

A true family person, Wendy was devoted, especially to her daughters.  She was known by many to be very social, particularly with social media and loved talking with friends.  Wendy was an avid reader and enjoyed her animals.  Above all she will be remembered as a beloved mother, daughter, sister and aunt.

In addition to her father, Wendy was preceded in death by her brother, Christopher Pyle; and niece, Layla Pyle.  She is survived by her daughters, Alison L. Johnson and Kristen R. Johnson of Elkton; former husband, Mark Johnson of Avondale, PA; sister, Dawn Pyle of Newark; nieces, Bianca and Ella; and nephew, Aiden .

A visitation for family and friends will be held from 10 am until 11 am on Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 121 West Park Place, Newark, DE, where a memorial service will begin at 11 am. Interment will be held privately in All Saints Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in Wendy’s name to Faithful Friends, 12 Germay Dr, Wilmington, DE 19804.


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24 Condolences for Wendy Lee Johnson

  • My lifelong best friend, I miss you.

  • Wendy was a beautiful person, we will miss her.
    Kathy and Jerry

  • Wendy will be truly missed…i want to take this time to say to the family …im so sorry for your loss much empatby and love for all ..truly this is the hardest part of life <3 Wendy i hope heaven treats you well no more suffering..god bless <3 Linda

  • You will be missed Windy. This world has lost a very great person. RIP peace my friend.

  • Ali, Chrissy, Carol and Dawn my heart is broken in a hundred pieces for you all. I wish I had some words of comfort but I’m at a loss. I’m praying very hard for each and every one you. Much love to you all ❤️

  • Our deepest sympathy to Wendy’s family our dear godchild Wendy has gone to be with her brother and dad. She was a enjoyment to everyone that knew her. She will be greatly missed. We will keep you in our prayers and thoughts. Love Janice and Frank Beckner

  • Wendy we will miss you at Bank of America you was a great person. Praying for your daughters and the rest of your family.

  • Dearest Dawn, Mrs. Pyle, Ali and Kristen,
    I am so very sorry for the loss of your sister, your daughter, and your Mom. Wendy loved you all very much, and she always will love you. Our thoughts and our prayers are with you all.
    Love, Lynn, Bill and Isabella

  • Wendy, you were such a caring and friendly person. Your smile and laughter was so contagious. You will be truly missed. I really enjoyed working with you at Bank of America.

  • Wendy will be missed at Bank of America. We are truly a team. I’m part of Team Johnson. My prayers are with her daughters and family. I’m very sorry for your loss.

  • Its never goodbye my friend. Its I love you, I care about you, I will never forget you. Rest in peace my friend. Memories of you and I will last forever!

  • Oh Vickie!!! I LOVE AND MISS YOU!! My prayers are with you and Wendy always!

  • My Condolences to the family. I will keep you all in prayer .I will miss your smile Wendy and our talks at break time. you will be missed at Bank of America. R.I.P WENDY ❤

  • It was a privilege working by your side. You will be missed.

  • Words cannot express, how much you will be missed. My condolences go out to your family and friends. Thanks for making me smile whenever I needed that push to get through the day. Sleep my friend….. May God’s comfort be with your family and those that need it.

  • What a privilege it was to know Wendy. Such a go-getter and made me laugh all the time. She will be missed so much by her friends and co-workers at Bank of America. My deepest sympathies to her family.

  • Wendy You will be truly missed at Bank Of America. I am & will always be #TeamJohnson. My prayers go out to all family and friends. I miss you laugh and your encouragement you always gave me. R.I.P Wendy <3 You will be missed

  • You are a beautiful Angel now my friend.. sleep in HIS arms peacefully.. God bless you and your family ~

  • Wendy’s sense of joy and excitement towards all things in life will be missed greatly. My thoughts are with Wendy and her family and all the lives she has touched. Rest in Paradise, my friend

  • To the Johnson family my sincere condolences & prayers for strength & comfort. Grief is like an ocean, it comes in waves, sometimes the water is calm, & sometimes overwhelming. Trust that God makes no mistakes & even through heartache & grief be content with knowing that Wendy is no longer enduring any pain. Nothing will ever equal the bond that you shared, but you gained a plethora of beautiful memories on which to sustain yourself that you will have until you meet again. Wendy had such a beautiful spirit amongst adversity & I can say that’s what I admired about her most. She kept me encouraged while always keeping it real, something I will always treasure. Her infectious laugh will be forever imprinted in my mind. SIP my BOA colleague & friend.

  • Wendy touched so many lives for the good. I’m grateful I had the chance to know her both as a colleague and a cherished friend.

  • You will be truly missed. Grateful to have encountered such a jewel like you. Your smile, laugh, and attitude was something to copy. You never showed what you went through around others, and your strength was evidence in your behavior. Thank you so much for how you touch the hearts and minds of so many others and we will definitely never forget you.

  • My Wendy Bird,
    You always had a joke or an ear to help and assist me when I needed it. You helped me thru my loss last year and I will deeply appreciate you for every for that. Smile In Peace my dear.

    My thoughts and prayers go out to your daughters and your family at this time. Peace be with you all she was a very special woman and friend. She will be greatly missed at Bank of America.

    My deepest condolences to you Ali and Kristen


  • We met online and while I may not have had the opportunity to have met you in real life. I’m glad we met and had so much fun times online. Your spark, sassiness and all that makes you, YOU will be greatly missed by those that know you.
    Much love.
    Until we meet again