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Marilyn G. Johnson

May 8, 1942 March 7, 2009
Marilyn G. Johnson
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Obituary for Marilyn G. Johnson

Marilyn Glendora Johnson was born on May 8, 1942, in Calvert County, Maryland. She slipped peacefully into eternal rest on March 7, 2009, at Anne Arundel Medical Center. Marilyn was the third of seven children born to William and Henrietta Bourne.Marilyn began her early Christian education at Brooks United Methodist Church. Marilyn was educated in the public schools of Calvert County, Maryland. She carried the load of various jobs. Marilyn began her working career as a dietary aid and housekeeper at Calvert Memorial Hospital and later became a domestic worker. Her passion was more for taking care of others whether it was cooking, babysitting or just being there to lend a helping hand. You could always find her caring for her adult children, grandchildren, neighborhood children and most of all her love and caring for her parents. In 1960 Marilyn married the late John A. Johnson, Jr., and from this union seven children were born.
Marilyn was preceded in death by her husband John Johnson, Jr.; nephew - Michael Harris; grandson - Rodney Gray, Jr. and great-grandson - Baby Anthony Plater. She leaves to cherish her fond memories -- her parents William and Henrietta Bourne; mother-in-law - Ernestine Johnson; seven children - Dale, Glen, John, Dwan, Joyce, Darren, Sr. and Shelly; step-daughter - Veronica Brooks; two sons-in-law - Rodney Gray, Sr. and Benjamin Tobin; one daughter-in-law - Kaye; four sisters - Gertrude, Mae, Olive and Marietta; two brothers - Clinton and Gary; four brothers-in-law - Lester, William, Herbert and Thomas; seven sisters-in-law - Maude, Eliza, Mamie, Lois Jean, Annie, Susie and Amelia; thirteen grandchildren - Garnett, Cynthia, Latoya, Sophia, Jerkia, Baris, Kemanyi, Darren, Jr., Timothy, Ryesha, Tamia, Omar and Landon; four great-grandchildren - Tyhir, Nevaeh, Imanyi and Jamar; a very special friend - Francis Willett; an adopted grandson - Xavier Hawkins; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.


Brooks UM Church Cemetery 5550 Mackall Road St. Leonard, MD 20685 (map/driving directions)


9:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. at Brooks UM Church 5550 Mackall Road St. Leonard, MD 20685 on Saturday, March 14, 2009 (map/driving directions)


11:00 A.M. at Brooks UM Church 5550 Mackall Road St. Leonard, MD 20685 on Saturday, March 14, 2009 (map/driving directions)


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