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JoAnn T. (Stacey) Johnson
October 1, 1935 ~ January 21, 2024 (age 88) 88 Years Old
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JoAnn Johnson passed away peacefully on Sunday January 21st, 2024 surrounded by her loving family.
JoAnn was born on October 1st, 1935 to the late Wallace and Ollie Rowe Stacey. She was a devoted member of New Freedom Baptist Church and she loved her church family dearly. JoAnn was the definition of grace as she showed everyone she met Grace and forgiveness, she never had an unkind word to say about anyone. After retiring from Broyhill she was an avid traveler and had visited several countries and every state but Alaska. She enjoyed spending time at the beach with her daughter and grandchildren and going to any camp meetings and revivals she could catch a ride to.
She was proceeded in death by her grandson Nicholas Johnson, and her three brothers Rondo Stacey, Dale Stacey, and Haydon Stacey.
She is survived by her three children, Randy Johnson and wife Patty, Joan Stanley and husband Frank, John Johnson and girlfriend Kris Manor; four grandchildren, Nichole Johnson Bishop, Blair Stanley, Gabe Stanley, Trent Bishop, and Ian Hockenberry, two great grandchildren, Bryson Bishop, and Baylon Bishop. She is also survived by three sisters- Joyce Taylor, Sue McClellan, and Brenda Lane.
Funeral services will be held at New Freedom Baptist Church, 2800 Chesnee Rd Columbus NC 28722 on Friday, January 26th at 2:00pm with visitation one hour prior.
Officiants will be Pastor Matthew Morgan, Pastor Jimmy Cox, and Pastor Frank Stanley.
The family would like to extend their gratitude to everyone who has called, visited, and brought food, and all of the Hospice staff that took exceptional care of Miss JoAnn and was so kind and generous to the family in this difficult time.