Precious Memories of
Nita Faye Johnson
"I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith" - (II Timothy 4:7)
Nita Faye Johnson (affectionately called Granma) was born to Sylvester Robinson Sr. and Clara Robinson on June 22,1946.
She preceded in death by her brother James W. Robinson, Sister Barbara J. Nelson, and Sister Shirley A. Brooks, and Grandsons, Terrance L Johnson and D’Marco Robinson.
Nita was born in Wardell Missouri, later moving to Hayti Missouri where she married James L. Johnson and through this union five children were born. Nita loved spending time with family, cooking, playing Pac-man and working in her puzzle books, and listening to Gospel Singer “Lee Williams”.
Nita worked at Villa St. Francis for 20 years. Where she retired from in “2007”. Nita was beautiful inside and out, her love uplifted everyone around her. Nita accepted Christ at an early age, after moving to Kansas City, Kansas she joined Mt. Zion Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. C.L. Bachus. She was a faithful member until her health failed.
She leaves to cherish her memory, James L. Johnson; Sons, Richard D. Robinson, Sharm E. Johnson (Lesa), Michael A. Robinson, Larry W. Johnson, and Jerry D. Robinson; Two Daughters, Pamela R. Johnson and Denesha R. Jones, and special friend Harold Goff; Thirty-three Grandchildren, and Thirty-Three Great Grand Children and host of Nieces, Nephews, and Friends and Family.
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