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Personal note from Melissa Peterman

Until we are all able to gather together and reminisce about the one-and-only Sharon Johnson, we hope that everyone will find solace in utilizing this memorial website to share your treasured memories, photos, and videos about her. To get you in the right mindset, we find it is helpful to surround ourselves with a few of her favorite things. So while you type-up the best Sharon-isms, record a video of your favorite knee-slapping moment, or sort through photos to find the one that best captures her spirit, we encourage everyone to also do one or more of the following:
• Snack on Jack-in-the-Box tacos
• Cheers "The Old Lady" with a Diet Pepsi, extra ice
• Have dessert first with an Oreo Cookie Shake, hold the whipped cream
• Pour yourself a rum and coke or a glass of J. Lohr Cabernet
• Swing by Jo's Diner and order the meatloaf
• Put in a call to Fiori's for a Popeye Spinach Pizza
• Get your hygge on curled up under a cozy blanket with a lit scented candle

But whatever you do, don't start reminiscing until after at least 11:00 AM ;)

Obituary

Sharon Johnson, age 77, of San Diego, California, passed away peacefully in her home on November 15, 2020, after a brief illness.

Sharon was born on March 15, 1943, to Isabel and Raymond Carpenter in Richmond, Missouri. After high school, she wed her then-husband, Nathan Johnson, with whom she had three daughters, Julia, Cathy, and Rebecca.

Many years later, she went on to have a successful 20+ year career in the field of affordable housing …

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It has taken me sometime to write here, but it's because it is so very odd not to have Sharon in the building. Please a…

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What was Sharon's favorite color?
Black :D
What causes did Sharon care about most?
Anti-racism, social justice, progressive politics
What were Sharon's favorite local spots?
Jo's Diner, Cafe Gratitute, True Foods, China Max
What were Sharon's favorite ways to spend free time?
Reading, hanging out with family (especially the great grandkids)

Timeline

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Born

March 15th, 1943
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Got married to Nathan Johnson

1960
Chula Vista, CA, USA
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Had a child, Julia Johnson

March 4th, 1961
San Diego, CA, USA

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Other key details

Method of disposition

Cremation

Final resting place

Ashes scattered

Ocean Beach, San Diego, CA, USA

Funeraria Del Angel Humphrey Mortuary
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Funeraria Del Angel Humphrey Mortuary

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