Mrs. Margrett Ann (Lumzy) Johnson, daughter of the late KC Lumzy and Ella (Abram) Lumzy was born January 31, 1942 in Columbia, Mississippi of Marion County.
She was educated in Columbia Mississippi, Marion County, School District where she graduated from Marion Central High School in 1961. At an early age she professed her faith in Jesus Christ while attending Rose Hill CME Methodist where she was baptized and faithfully served.
Margrett Ann Johnson graduated from Alcorn A/M State University of Lorman, Mississippi in 1965 with a Bachelor Degree in Education and in the Summer of 1966 she attended the University of Southern Mississippi where she studied Special Education. Her passion for Education led to her obtaining a Masters Degree in 1974 from San Diego State University.
She relocated to San Diego, California in 1967 to begin her career as an Elementary School Teacher for the San Diego, California Unified School District where she faithfully served until her retirement, thirty-five years later. She was and advocate and supporter of the Jack and Jill Social Organization.
While living in San Diego, California Margrett Ann Johnson continued to serve the Lord as a member of Community Baptist Church in San Diego, California where she became a member in 1970 and served faithfully before joining Blessed Trinity Christian Ministries West in 2000, under the Pastoral leadership of her nephew, Bishop Ronald Odell Cobbs, Sr. As a member of Blessed Trinity Christian Ministries West she served as a Deaconess and Biblical Scholar Coach and Mentor for over 21 years. Her Christian influence will forever remain in the lives of all who knew her.
Fifty years ago in November of 1971, she met the love of her life, her soulmate, and best friend and was united in holy matrimony to Avery Johnson. This Union was blessed with one child, whom she dearly loved.
On May 5, 2021, Margrett Ann Johnson, quietly departed this life in San Diego, California. She was preceded in death by both of her parents; eight brothers; Charles Lumzy, Lewis Lumzy, George Lumzy, Benny Lumzy, Bobby Lumzy, Willie Lumzy, Samuel Lumzy, and Nelson Russell.
She is survived by her loving husband, Mr. Avery Johnson, daughter; Carmella Johnson, granddaughter; Faith Hultsch, grandson; Jeremy Hultsch two siblings; brother, Arthur Lumzy, sister, Doyce Ross (Mose), two second cousins raised by her parents; Romano Abram and Jerry Abram, and two first cousins; Bennyea Mosely and Francis McDuffie.
A "walk-through" viewing will be Tuesday, May 18th from 5pm-7pm at Anderson-Ragsdale Mortuary. A service on Wednesday in the Chapel is by Invitation of the family (due to COVID limits). Burial at a later date a Miramar National Cemetery. A livestream link will appear the day of the service.
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