Former Halton Hills councillor Moya Johnson was devoted to her community
Published February 14, 2023 at 11:22 am
Accolades are pouring in following the death of former Halton Hills councillor Moya Johnson.
Johnson represented the residents of Ward 3 for more than 20 years and was running for re-election in 2022 before withdrawing after finding out she had inoperable pancreatic cancer.
She is being remembered for her love and devotion to the community she and her family lived in for decades.
In addition to her years on council, Johnson worked in health care as a nurse and planner for more than 40 years and was devoted to ensuring Halton Hills is a healthy community.
Flags across all Town facilities have been lowered to half-mast in honour of former Ward 3 Councillor, Moya Johnson, who passionately served our community for 30+ years. https://t.co/mXTS08QZq5 pic.twitter.com/c4RoFZ1nCi
— Town of Halton Hills (@_HaltonHills) February 14, 2023
I am so saddened to hear that former councillor, colleague Moya Johnson has passed away after a courageous battle with cancer. Moya worked hard for ward 3 and all residents in Halton Hills. She was so caring and was always concerned for the vulnerable in our town. @_HaltonHills
— RickBonnette (@RickBonnette1) February 13, 2023
Moya leaves behind husband Rick, three adult children and four grandchildren. A private family burial will take place at Royal Oak Burial Park. Donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada www.heartandstroke.ca would be greatly appreciated.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising