Minister Patricia Ann Johnson

October 14, 1959September 7, 2021

Patricia Ann Johnson, age 61, of Memphis, Tennessee passed away on Tuesday, September 7, 2021. Patricia was born October 14, 1959 in Memphis, TN.

A visitation for Patricia will be held Thursday, September 16, 2021 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at M.J. Edwards F.H. Stage Road Chapel, 4445 Stage Road, Memphis, Tennessee 38128. A funeral service will occur Friday, September 17, 2021 at 12:00 PM, M.J. Edwards F.H. Stage Road Chapel, 4445 Stage Road, Memphis, Tennessee 38128. A burial will occur Friday, September 17, 2021 at Pleasant Rest Cemetery, 6223 Raleigh Millington Road, Millington, Tennessee 38053.


  • Visitation

    Thursday, September 16, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, September 17, 2021


  • Burial

    Friday, September 17, 2021


Minister Patricia Ann Johnson

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Bobby Taylor

September 17, 2021

Id known and worked with Pat since early 2000s. Onyx Medical. Smith & Nephew twice. Tragic as it is, she knew the Lord better than most. Every EVERY morning she had a song about how good the Lord is.

Kimberley Wiley

September 16, 2021

Sending hugs and prayers to the family-Miss Pat always smiled and was a helpful person.

Doc Parson

September 15, 2021

I would always greet Ms. Pat with a hug, whether it was at the coffee machine, in the break room, or just passing by. She is truly going to be missed. She also loved America’s Team, the Dallas Cowboys, and every time she would make a scarf or hat, I would buy one. Rest in Heaven my sister, we’ll meet again one day.

Lloyd Anderson

September 15, 2021

Hey Pastor! Glory! Hallelujah!! I will bless The Lord at all times…..this is how the greeting would start. Ms. Pat as I called her would then follow that greeting with several other notable scripture references. No matter where we may have been in the building when we would encounter each other, going to break or just in passing through the hallways, that smile and the words Ms. Pat would speak were always joyful and seasoned. One thing for sure is she was going to publicly bless The Lord!! I’m already missing those moments. Ms. Pat never failed to encourage the preacher. God decided to call you home and we are going to miss you. Rest well preacher!!

Lula Coleman

September 15, 2021

I remember when Patricia attended my appreciation service sponsored by Rev.Dr.R.T. Fouse of the House of Prayer in Klondyke. I got very emotional during my vote of thanks and she encouraged me by speaking on my behalf. I pray for you and your family and I'm so glad I was able to call her my friend.
My deepest sympathy to you and yours!
I'm Linda Carr Harris twin sister,Lula Coleman.

Ms. Boddie

September 14, 2021

Ms.Pat, you brought so much laughter where ever you were. I am going to miss those elevator rides and holding the elevator because your fingerprint won't scan." Throw that on them" Ms, Pat you always had a way with words, but most importantly, you knew GOD's WORD. Rest Sister Love and Light❤️🙏🏽

Nicholas Aldridge

September 13, 2021

Rest in love, till we meet again love you ma

Easter Jenkins

September 13, 2021

I remember you preaching the true word of Christ at Christian Spring. Afterwards, you would say "You might as well say Amen, because it is the truth. No one is mad but the devil." I also remember you singing "I can't tell it all".

AMEN SISTER. Your work here is finished. Now you can continue your work. Praising GOD always and forever without interruptions.

Until we meet again,

Chandra Maxwell

September 12, 2021

Patty cake I came across this picture of us 4 years ago. It was always fun times whenever we linked up. I’m so grateful that I got to spend my birthday with you in August. Had I known that would of been my last time seeing you I would of kept you out a little longer. I’m glad I told you I loved you when I dropped you off because we made plans to go out again in two weeks but we never did because you were in the hospital. I’m so thankful for the memories I have of you my friend you will be miss dearly . I love you ❤️

Angie Norwood

September 12, 2021

Ms. Pat,
I worked with you for 7 years but the last year is where we shared the most memories. You were the first person that expressed your condolences after my mom passed. Everyday after that when I saw you at work, you comfort me with support, love and spiritual guidance. You became my assurance that GOD exists when my belief's were doubtful. It's because of you that my reliance in faith is restored. This hurts me badly. However I don't want you to worry that my belief's is compromised again. My faith's remains because of you. I will miss you from the depths of my soul. REST IN HEAVEN MS. PAT