Rachel Ann Johnson
February 13, 1971 – July 8, 2020
Rachel Ann Johnson, 49 of Louisville, passed away Thursday, July 9th, 2020.
She was extremely devoted to her family and those who knew her always said she was truly one-of-a-kind. She dedicated her life to studying and serving Jehovah as a devout Jehovah's Witness. She loved to paint, draw, sketch, and do crafts of all kinds. She also thoroughly enjoyed gardening and being outdoors.
She was preceded by her brother, Daniel Johnson and her father, Freddie Johnson. Those that are left to cherish her memory include her mother (Elizabeth Floyd Johnson), daughter (Shyonna Johnson), sons (Rayveon Johnson and James Maddox IV), granddaughter (Kaia Johnson), sisters (Laura Johnson, Liz Johnson, and Isabel Delgado), brother (David Johnson, Bernado Delgado), nieces (Summer Johnson, Melanie Delgado, Jasmine Delgado, Macedie Wright, Angela Johnson, and Abbigale Johnson), and nephews (Alexander Delgado, Evan Johnson, Daniel Johnson, Curtis Johnson, Steven Johnson, Charles Johnson, and Nathan Johnson) and many more extended family members.
There will be a memorial service in her honor on Saturday, July 18th at 1pm held via Zoom. The link to the service is https://jworg.zoom.us/j/91969540680. The Meeting ID is: 919 6954 0680 and the password is 788356.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Rachel Ann Johnson
July 22, 2020
Rachel was such a special person. She has definitely left an imprint on my heart, as I know she has others as well. She is my hero. She taught me a lot about being strong, and I will never feel sorry for my self with my struggles . She made me laugh, she made me cry and she even made me mad sometimes, because she always told it like it was whether you wanted to hear it or not! I will always love her and cherish every moment we had together . No more pain Rachel, Rest in Heavely Peace.
July 20, 2020
Never have I met anyone stronger or more loving than my sister Rachel. We didn’t always agree and we used to have some fantastic discussions. Oh how I am going to miss that! Rachel’s ability to love and forgive were unique and an inspiration to all that knew her. She was an amazing mother not just to her own children, but any children in her life. I feel like a rare and precious gem has been stollen from me. I am comforted to know that Rachel is no longer in pain and is not suffering. I promise to pass her legacy on to the future generations of our family. The Lord bless the, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace. Numbers 6:24-26 KJV
James Maddox III
July 17, 2020
Ms Rachel, Mom, Momma Rachel......
It’s hard to put into words the impact you have had on our lives and I strongly believe you have made the same impact to everyone who was lucky enough to come in contact with you. I admired the fact that no matter what you were going through, you always seem to find a way to share your warmth and your love. The many years I have known you, I have never heard you complain one time or try to get anyone to feel sorry for you. I cant thank you enough for taking in my son and taking him under your wing as your own. I will do my best to watch over your kids as if they were my own and I only pray I can fill your shoes in teaching them how to love and treat people with respect. I cant put into words the hurt in my heart that we will not be able to see your smiling face, we know you are in a far better place Ms Rachel.......we know you are safe and not in pain anymore.....and more importantly we know you are sitting next to your God and watching over all that you love.
I will miss you and will never forget you.
July 17, 2020
You will be missed Rachel. You now don’t have to suffer from pain anymore. I can’t thank you enough for being a second mother to my son and accepting him into your life. You have brought us a wonderful daughter-in-law that we promise to look after. Rest in peace Rachel.