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In Memory of

Masian Johnson

February 11, 1928 - September 5, 2016

Obituary


Masian Johnson was born the daughter of Catherine and Frederick Hall Johnson on February 11, 1928 in Browns Town, St. Ann, Jamaica, where she was educated. She later moved to Linstead, St. Catherine. There, she developed a skill for making beautiful clothing. "Masie", as she preferred to be called, later became an empowered, self-employed seamstress. The most sought-after in the city where she lived. She always worked hard, full of grace and kindness, always an inspiration to anyone she came in contact with.

She became a mother to 9 beautiful children, who were...

Masian Johnson was born the daughter of Catherine and Frederick Hall Johnson on February 11, 1928 in Browns Town, St. Ann, Jamaica, where she was educated. She later moved to Linstead, St. Catherine. There, she developed a skill for making beautiful clothing. "Masie", as she preferred to be called, later became an empowered, self-employed seamstress. The most sought-after in the city where she lived. She always worked hard, full of grace and kindness, always an inspiration to anyone she came in contact with.

She became a mother to 9 beautiful children, who were the center of her existence. After her retirement, she migrated to the United States in September of 1990, where she resided with one of her daughters. Again, she became the rock of the household. She was born to be a mother and stayed the same throughout her life time.

In 2014 Masian became ill. She fought a good fight, until Jesus sent his angles to escort his faithful daughter home, until we see her again in heaven.

She leaves to cherish all the wonderful memories her sister, Bery Johnson Gail; daughters, Hazel Gordon, Gloria Cole Garrison, Novelette Cole Pryce, Shirley McCarthy Harrison, Roma McCook Wilson, Lileith Cole Graham; daughters in law, Arlene, Donna and Sherene; Sons, Venell Cole, Erol McCook, Clement McCook and Frachival Folks. Granddaughters, Georgia, Shana, Takia, Tamu, Michelle, Jennifer and Anna Kay; grandsons, Andy, Nickie, Greg, Mario, Alec, Jason, Omar, Tyrese and Ackeem. Great grandmother to 19 children and a host of friends and well wishers.