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Jaqueline Johnson

January 18, 1956 ~ May 7, 2020 (age 64)

Obituary

Jaqueline Johnson, affectionately known as Jackie, was born January 18th 1957 in Okinawa Japan to Earl P Johnson and Sueko Kawano-Johnson.

Jackie graduated from South High School in Wichita, Kansas. After high school, Jackie went on to experience all that life had to offer her. That journey brought her to San Diego, CA. She lived and learned all that she could, she gave endlessly to her community and went on to become a loving mother of three beautiful daughters.

In San Diego, Jackie was employed with the San Diego Unified School District for 20 years as an administrative assistant; and then with Ralphs as a courtesy clerk until her retirement in 2019.

Jackie was just beginning to enjoy retired life at home with her family and her dogs, whom she loved dearly; she enjoyed watching her favorite television shows like The Waltons and The Little House on the Prairie and she really loved cooking and spending time with her family. She loved most of all spending time with her grandchildren. Jackie will always be remembered for her loving heart and giving spirit.

Jackie departed this life on May 7th 2020.

She was preceded in death by: Her father Earl P Johnson, her mother Sueko Harvey, her step father David Harvey. She leaves to cherish her memories: Her loving daughters; Dameka Washington, Brandy West, Alexie Johnson Matthews, Her siblings; Jannette Green, David Jones, Juliet Cass and Sue Samuels, Her grandchildren; Deven Reese, Andre Peeples, Kymori Baumgartner, Sa’riya Bush and a host of nephews, nieces, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends).

 

Remarks:

“Mom, every girl should have someone she looks up to and learns from… someone whose lessons she values and whose words she can take to heart. For us, that someone has always been you… Thank you for being an incredible role model and the best mom ever”

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