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JACQUELINE JOHNSON

July 8, 1932 - May 10, 2024

JACQUELINE JOHNSON Obituary

Jacqueline Johnson was born July 8, 1932 to the parentage of Arbrie Bland and Dorothy Thelma Wheeler in San Antonio, Texas, who preceded her in death. She was the second of four siblings, three brothers two of which preceded her in death: Arbry (Pearlean) Bland, Ernest (Betty) Bland, and Robert Bland: One sister, Joyce Callis Bland. She was married to Carl M. Johnson, who preceded her in death. She was married sixty-nine years. Of that union was born three sons, Carl M. (Brenda) Johnson Jr., Larry L. (Christiana) Johnson, and Dr. Michael D. Johnson, and one grandchild, Olivia.

Jacqueline confessed Christianity early in life. She was a member of Corinth Baptist Church. Later, she joined Mt. Zion First Baptist Church. She united with Second Baptist Church in 1951. She was secretary of her Sunday School Class #3. Upon becoming ill, she spent two years in Swans Landing Assisted Living facility. As her health declined, her sons felt she could be better cared for at home, where they took turns caring for her. 

She was educated in the San Antonio Independent School District. She graduated from Phillis Wheatley High School in 1949, as an honor student.

Jacqueline was a housewife, but she enjoyed other interests. She was a member of the San Antonio Genealogical and Historical Society, the board of election, cared for children at Sea Shell Nursery, cosmetologist, seamstress, and an avid gardener.

Jacqueline is survived by her sons: Carl M. (Brenda) Johnson Jr., Larry L. (Christiana) Johnson, and Dr. Michael D. Johnson. One Sister: Joyce Bland Callis, one brother: Ernest (Betty) Bland, one granddaughter, Olivia, two sister-in-laws, Corean Carter and Derrosette Johnson, two brother-in-laws, Rev. Lowell Johnson and Jowdy Johnson Jr., and a host of family and friends.

 

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Jacqueline Johnson was born July 8, 1932 to the parentage of Arbrie Bland and Dorothy Thelma Wheeler in San Antonio, Texas, who preceded her in death. She was the second of four siblings, three brothers two of which preceded her in death: Arbry (Pearlean) Bland, Ernest (Betty) Bland, and Robert Bland: One sister, Joyce Callis Bland. She was married to Carl M. Johnson, who preceded her in death. She was married sixty-nine years. Of that union was born three sons, Carl M. (Brenda) Johnson Jr., Larry L. (Christiana) Johnson, and Dr. Michael D. Johnson, and one grandchild, Olivia.

Jacqueline confessed Christianity early in life. She was a member of Corinth Baptist Church. Later, she joined Mt. Zion First Baptist Church. She united with Second Baptist Church in 1951. She was secretary of her Sunday School Class #3. Upon becoming ill, she spent two years in Swans Landing Assisted Living facility. As her health declined, her sons felt she could be better cared for at home, where they took turns caring for her. 

She was educated in the San Antonio Independent School District. She graduated from Phillis Wheatley High School in 1949, as an honor student.

Jacqueline was a housewife, but she enjoyed other interests. She was a member of the San Antonio Genealogical and Historical Society, the board of election, cared for children at Sea Shell Nursery, cosmetologist, seamstress, and an avid gardener.

Jacqueline is survived by her sons: Carl M. (Brenda) Johnson Jr., Larry L. (Christiana) Johnson, and Dr. Michael D. Johnson. One Sister: Joyce Bland Callis, one brother: Ernest (Betty) Bland, one granddaughter, Olivia, two sister-in-laws, Corean Carter and Derrosette Johnson, two brother-in-laws, Rev. Lowell Johnson and Jowdy Johnson Jr., and a host of family and friends.

 

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of JACQUELINE JOHNSON hosted by Lewis Funeral Home.

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