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Fannie Mae Johnson

May 29, 1936 May 5, 2016
Fannie Mae Johnson
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Obituary for Fannie Mae Johnson

Remembering the Life & Legacy of
Our Beloved Mother


Saturday, May 14, 2016

Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witness
Point Breeze Congregation
2037 Ellsworth Street
Philadelphia, PA  19146 

Viewing:  3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. 
Service at 4:00 p.m. 

Interment to conclude privately 

The Obituary
F ANNIE MAE JOHNSON, was born to the late William Johnson and Hester Riddick Johnson, on February 29, 1936 in Harrellsville, North Carolina.
She attended public school in Winton, North Carolina. Later, she worked on several different farms as a share cropper. This began her love of agriculture.
In 1962, she moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at the age of twenty-six. Fannie held many positions, but the one she loved most was raising her children.
On June 24, 1998, Fannie dedicated her life to Jehovah God. Fannie was baptized at the Veterans Stadium. She was a faithful servant. She served Jehovah even when she was too ill to attend service. Fannie would be apart of the meetings by way of telephone.
She was a wonderful mother, sister, grandmother and friend, who was affectionately known as Aunt Mae-Mae to many.
Fannie was a family woman whether it was hers or yours. She loved to garden and was a great homemaker. She enjoyed cooking and baking for her family and friends, spending time with her grandchildren, putting jig-saw puzzles together and watching American Movie Classics on television.
Fannie was preceded in death by: her siblings, Lee Johnson, Jessie Johnson and Thurman Johnson.
Fannie Mae Johnson leaves to mourn: five children, Marilyn (Henry) Moore, Robin (Michael) Johnson, Barry Johnson, Latonya (Leonard) Mosee and Kenneth Johnson; five siblings, Ruth Johnson-Parker, William (Annie Ruth) Johnson, Jr., Tinnie Scott, Shelly Johnson, Lillian Kay (Eugene) Rivers; fourteen grandchildren; eighteen great grandchildren; three great-great grandchildren; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, one extended daughter, Ida; and Ronald Fuentress, whom she cared for like a son.
Lovingly Submitted, The Family

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