Johanna Maria (Prosch) Paulino, 84, passed away peacefully in her home in Westerville on August 2, 2018. Johanna was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She is survived by her devoted husband of 60 years, Harry R. Paulino, and her children, Robert J. (Vici) Paulino, Sr., of Howard OH; Christine (Stephen) Ryznic of Clarksville TN; Joan Kathryn Paulino of Oceanside CA; and Elisabeth (Michael) Brendle of Westerville OH. She is survived by grandchildren Robert J. (Elise) Paulino, Jr.; Clint Jones; Stephen, Harry and Joseph Ryznic; Michael, Alex, and Anna Brendle; step-grandchildren Shelly and Colt Arledge ; and great-grandchildren Logan, Kelsi, and Mason Paulino. She is also survived by sisters-in-law Hildegard (Wilhelm) Prosch and Silvia (Bernhard) Prosch of Germany and brother-in-law Kenneth J. Wilson of Wallace NC. Johanna is a beloved aunt to many nieces and nephews: Andrea Frank; Christine Bestehorn; Wilhelm, Phillip, Franz and Rheinhard Prosch; Susi Barber; Karen Luther; Lisa Goehlen; Michael Messerschmitt; James, Thomas, John, and Timothy Paulino; Sallie Burns; and Kenneth and Jon Wilson. Johanna is preceded in death by her parents, Josef and Elisabeth Prosch of Germany; Harry’s parents, Hercule and Aileen Paulino of Ashtabula OH; brothers, Wilhelm, Bernhard, and (infant) Josef Prosch; sisters, Christine Messerschmitt and Elisabeth Luther; brothers-in-law, James H. Paulino, Hans Messerschmitt, and Horst Luther; sisters-in-law; Mary Jane Wilson and Carole Paulino and grandchild Scarlet Manning. Johanna was born and raised in the German Sudetenland region of Czechoslovakia, and following WWII, she immigrated to Bavaria, West Germany, where she continued her studies in home economics education. In 1956 she came to Columbus, Ohio, and in 1958, she married the love of her life, Harry. She was employed as an Import Coordinator with Gold Circle Stores and Limited Express. Johanna will be remembered for her selfless and caring personality. She was the quintessential homemaker, creating a loving and beautiful home for family and friends. Always humble, Johanna was an amazing cook, artist, seamstress, and dancer. She cherished visiting her family in Germany; traveling through the U.S., Europe, the Caribbean and Mexico; and relaxing at Lake Erie. She also enjoyed endless hours at Northland Swim Club with her Woodward Park friends. Johanna was a member of the Germania Singing and Sports Society (holding offices in the Ladies Auxiliary), the Columbus Maennerchor, and the Swiss Club. She and Harry were long-time members of St. Anthony Catholic Church and are current members of Church of the Resurrection in New Albany, Ohio. A funeral Mass will be held at 11:00 AM on August 9, 2018 at the Church of the Resurrection, New Albany, OH, followed by a luncheon in the Ministry Center. The family will have a private interment ceremony at Resurrection Cemetery. Visitation will be held before Mass from 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM. Memorial contributions can be made to Johanna’s favorite causes: Smile Train, St. Jude’s Children’s Cancer Research Hospital, and Mental Health America of Franklin County. [https://my.smiletrain.org/, www.stjude.org, http://mhaf.org/] The family would like to thank Vitas Hospice, especially Huraye and Lisa, for their loving care. Please visit www.OhioCremation.org to leave the family an online condolence and view the full obituary.