Sandra Beatrice Johnson

Sandra Beatrice Johnson

Oct 13th, 1949 - Feb 25th, 2018
  • Birth Date: Oct 13, 1949
  • Death Date: Feb 25, 2018
  • Funeral Date: Mar 2, 2018
  • Location: Center of Hope International
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Biography: Sandra Beatrice Johnson was born October 13, 1949 to the late Mattie and Benjamin Henley. Sandra was called home to be with the Lord on Sunday February 25, 2018 after her battle with cancer.
Sandra attended Long Island City HS and later married her sweetheart William Johnson Sr. on May 23, 1970. From this unity they had 4 children. She briefly worked as a Home Health aid in addition to working the Election polls.
Sandra knew EVERYONE in her family and if you ever needed any  information about them, SHE was the one to call.
Sandra loved her family with all her heart from the youngest to the oldest and always made blankets for the newborns. Tyler (son of her late Daughter VaWanda “Neekie”) was the “Apple of her eye:. Not only did he keep her laughing but he surely kept her on her toes.
Sandra was a pillar in the Queensbridge Houses community and very well known.  She will truly be missed.
She is proceeded in death by her parents, Mattie and Benjamin Henley, husband William L Johnson Sr. and daughter VaWanda Eunique Margaret Johnson.
She leaves to mourn 3 sons, William Johnson Jr, Lonnie and Damon Johnson. 1 daughter –in-law Kikora Johnson, 20 grandchildren, William III, Jessie, Jayvone, DaQuaya, Dhannayia, Laneasia, Quanajah, Zaire, Khameek, SaQuan, Sheyenne, Joshua, Damesha, DaQuon,Damoni, Akil, Aiden, Tareah, Arnee, and Kimora. 2 great grand-children, Noah and Aaliyah. 3 Godchildren SaQuan, Tilishia and Chalazian. 1 Sister (cousin) Geraldine Skipper, 2 sister-n-laws Patricia Kelly and Rebecca Murray and a best friends of 51 years Celeste Hickman, Elaine Mackey and Sandra Wilson as well as  a host of Uncles, Aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
As Sandra would say (with lots of profanity) stop crying, this is not good bye but SEE YA LATER. (wink)
Submitted by The Family   


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