Obituaries

June Rebecca Johnson

Private service for the late June Rebecca Johnson age 73 years of Albury Street, Chippingham and formerly of Kingston, Jamaica died at her daughter’s residence in Miami, Florida on Tuesday, May 5th, 2020.

 

She was predeceased by her husband Samuel Johnson.

 

Left to cherish her memories are her children Sonia (Paul) Walker, Cedric (Sophia) McMurray, Steve (Kasheen) McMurray, Dwayne Weir, Milinda (Dennis) Williams, Pedro Johnson, Sherrell Johnson, Judy Johnson, Samuel Johnson, Fred Johnson. Two adopted daughters Vanessa Higgs and Marilyn Neymour. Grandchildren: Harold Walker, Latoya Walker, Nactania Walker, Tamara Walker, Bejing Bain, Lincoln Bain jr., Dennis Williams jr., Darius Williams, Kedasha McMurray, Danasha McMurray, Tahira McMurray, Sonia McMurray, Micheal McMurray, Ordessay McMurray, Gabrielle McMurray, Khariah McMurray, Kimberlyn McMurray, Destiny McMurray, Kingston McMurray, Sisters: Marjorie Patterson and Pauline Weir King; Uncles: Stanford and Frederick Weir Aunt: Norena Weir Branch; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives. Great grandchildren: Kyani Harvey, Ayden McMurray, Amia McKenzie, Rhiddari McKenzie, Sariah Davis, Hamari Walker, Marqieda Brown, Marcus Brown, Marquise Brown, Rhajay Cassie, Christian Harris, Bella Harris, Kayla Gibson, Rhuel Gibson, Khyle McMurray, Khylee McMurray; Special thanks to the staff at Princess Margaret Hospital, Tampa General hospital and Hernando Pasco Hospice Special thanks to the Taylor, Sands, Roberts, Moses, Dean, Turner, Minns, Leadon and numerous other families who have impacted our lives. Your unwavering love and support have not gone unnoticed and was always felt deep in our hearts. The Church of God Greater Chippingham family (Bahamas) and Greatlife Church, Florida and Brewer & Sons Funeral Homes, Florida.
Special thanks to the staff of Bahamas Bus and Truck, The Nassau Guardian and Tribune and many others too numerous to mention.

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