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Annette "Susan" Johnson

March 23, 1960 — October 31, 2020

Annette Johnson, fondly known as “Susan” returned to her heavenly home on October 31, 2020.

Annette “Susan” Johnson was born to the late Hatti Booker and Nelson Biggs on March 23, 1960. She was raised in love by Effie Walker.

 She dedicated her life to Christ at an early age at Mt. Zion Baptist Church (Lisbon). She later became a member of St. Vestal CME Church.

She graduated from Mt. Holly High School in 1978. After graduation, she attended college for early childhood education and had her own in-home daycare. She later became a CNA and worked at Sweet Home Residential care for 12 years.

Susan was happily married for 31 years to her life partner Kenneth.

Susan enjoyed spending time with family and friends but also had a passion for gardening. Her ministry was cooking and helping others.

She is proceeded in death by her parents and Effie Walker. Her brothers James Briggs and Johnny Minor.

Susan leaves to cherish her memories her husband, Kenneth Johnson, her beloved sons Eric Johnson and Aaron Johnson, beloved daughters Sherri (Abdoul) Kabaou, and Jazzmine Johnson, beloved brother Ronnie Hurst, beloved sisters Cindi Arnold, Jeri Jackson, Estelle St. Mary, and Dorothy (Terry) Mercomes.

She leaves behind her seven grandchildren, who will miss their Nana deeply, along with a host of family and friends.

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