ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Hazel Johnson. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Andrea (Paula) on March 6, 2021
Mommy J was a mother-in-law par excellence. She exemplified the godly wife, mother and friend. She had a calm and gentle disposition and caring personality. I have never heard her raise her voice in anger. She would always call to see "how yu do?" with genuine concern for your welfare. Not one to take sides or interfere, she became my example of the Proverbs 31 woman.

As a very young wife when I joined the Johnson clan, I quickly threw the myth out the window that all mother-in-laws are difficult, as I watched how fiercely Mommy J loved and supported her family as well as the body of Christ. I am forever grateful for the lessons learned through her example. She was passionate about service to the body of Christ and loved the Lord with all her heart. Her legacy will continue for years to come. Rest in peace Mommy J.
Posted by Alvia Bonfield-Johnson on March 5, 2021
Hazel Johnson was the best mother-in-law ever, one to be envied for, she is always loving, caring, giving , listening, smiling are just some of the words that is used to describe her, she always made me feel special , and she has touched many lives in her life journey. Always ready to help someone in any way she can. Mom J you have left your foot print for us to follow sleep well my love until we meet again .
Posted by Stephen Vidal on March 3, 2021
Gram-gram was more than a grandmother she was a light of encouragement in any room she found herself. Ailment or pain could not prevent her from expressing genuine concern for those around. A teaching woman who always taught from a Godly perspective. A true woman of God. A prayer soldier always uplifting her loved ones and those she met or came across, a no nonsense kind of woman. With a spunky attitude and a humorous undertone she was always a delight in conversation, a conversation that often times left you with a memorable experience. Words sometimes cannot fully explain the love you have for someone but your heart will always know. She was loved and will continue to be loved as her mark is everlasting. Be at peace grandma. I love you ❤️ forever.
Posted by Pat M on March 2, 2021
I was a member of the Choir at Harbour View United Church, and was blessed to have met and interacted with Mrs. Hazel Johnson.

She was a fountain of knowledge, thoughtful and creative, and often helped the Choir and Director to identify appropriate hymns to render on special occasions.

Mrs. J always exuded warmth and confidence, and had an endearing smile which sent a positive message to a friend or stranger. She gave and received love, put her all in every task and never appeared too busy or tired to hear your concern, assess and advise if the situation warranted a response.

She came, and contributed to mankind and I know many of us will cherish those memories.

At this time she must be singing in that Choir -
"Father, I place into your hands
The things I cannot do,
Father I place into your hands
The things thst I've been through.
Father, I place into your hands
The way that I should go,
For I know I always can trust you"

Rest well my Sister, His grace is sufficient.

Posted by Tam Sam on March 1, 2021
My most heartfelt condolences to the entire Johnson Family. I cannot imagine the void that you all must feel; for that, my heart goes out to you all. If it helps any, be reminded that Mrs. Johnson left behind a wonderful & meaningful legacy, and for that, I know that she will continue to live on through each of those connected to her generational line. She surely was as beautiful on the inside, as she was on the outside. May she forever RIP.

With love,
Tamra (Nicurle) Smart

Posted by Carol Danvers on March 1, 2021
My love and thoughts go out to the family
Posted by Syreeta Smith Williams on March 1, 2021
God is an ever present help in times of trouble. Please find comfort in this promise even as you grieve the physical loss of your Beloved Mother. May God God continue to carry you all. Every Blessing
Posted by Carolene Lake on February 28, 2021
But I would not have you to be ignorant, brethren, concerning them which are asleep, that ye sorrow not, even as others which have no hope.
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My brief encounter with Mrs Johnson about 10 years ago left me thinking how gentle and sweet she was. To Dr J and family...be comforted in the knowledge that she is at rest...and it is well with her soul.
Posted by Mercedes Deane on February 28, 2021
Dear Dr Johnson and family. 2 Corinthians 1 " The GOD of all COMFORT be with you. 
Psalm 91
Posted by SIMONE PEART on February 28, 2021
Rest in peace our beloved Aunt Hazel...My family and I have known your love and generosity over the years...I am happy we were able to spend quality time together ❤..and I will always treasure those moments..(New York) included. Forever in our hearts ..
Posted by Samantha Rose on February 28, 2021
You have been a pillar of our home church from a young girl growing up until returning years later with my son. I have watched in awe of your dedication in raising godly children, many marrying godly spouses and commiting to raise godly children. Your lineage is blessed with the gospel of Christ. Your family has been a support to sharing and living out the gospel through loveand discipleship. Thank you so much for dedicating your life to God's work. Your celebration of Life here on earth in honor of the life you lived is nothing in comparison to the celebration the Lord holds for your return.

Sending love, prayers of comfort from the Holy Spirit and condolences from CT, USA.
Posted by Greg-Louis Austin on February 28, 2021
Dr. Haldane Johnson and Family,
I wish for you, at this challenging time, the comfort and peace that is afforded to those who trust in The Lord Jesus. 
We continue to pray for comfort and joy as you reflect on the priceless relationship you had with mom. 
Every blessing.
Posted by val mac on February 28, 2021
I lend prayerful support to the Johnson's family in their time of grief. May they take comfort in knowing that their mother, grandmother, friend and confidant lived a full life, and, may they take comfort in the happy memories left behind.
Weeping may endure for a night, but a morning of joy, doesn't mean that she is forgotten.
Posted by Cresha Gordon-Brydson on February 28, 2021
Condolences to the Johnson family. I pray for your strength at this time. May our eternally faithful Father hide you all in His bosom and grant unto you sweet peace in the midst of this storm.

Posted by Norma Morgan on February 27, 2021
Condolences to Dr. Johnson and the rest of the Johnson's family. We pray that the Lord will give you all His peace, healing and comfort during this difficult time.
Blessings
The Morgan's Family
Posted by Sharon Greenwood on February 27, 2021
Rest In Peace
To the chidren
Take comfort in the memories
Posted by Peter Crawford on February 27, 2021
Condolences to the Johnson Family. Mrs Johnson was one of the Kindest soul I knew. I had so much kind and fond memory of her during my time at Palisadoes. She treated us all as though we were part of her family. You will be forever loved and missed. RIP Mrs Johnson.
Posted by Delroy Mcanuff on February 27, 2021
A mother to all who came intouch with her, caring, warmth, inspiring, loving, a genuine soul, she will surely be missed.
Posted by Edward Chung on February 27, 2021
In the short time I knew Hazel Johnson I found her to be witty, cheerful and full of vitality.  She would always be optimistic and always looked on the brighter side even when she was obviously in distress. She appreciated everyone.  Her attitude and demeanor made it a pleasure to look after her medically. She will be missed dearly. May her soul Rest In Peace
Posted by Antoinette Campbell on February 27, 2021
I am so happy I got to meet Mrs. Johnson it was almost as if she was my grandma too. She was so warm and I always felt comfortable around her. She will be missed.
Posted by Sheon Baker on February 27, 2021
There's is not enough words to describe a charming woman mrs Hazel Johnson, mother Johnson,she was a mother to everyone she come in contact with, she was so charming to my son Denzil. She will be surely missed SIP in heaven with you maker ❤❤
Posted by Deborah Kelly on February 26, 2021
A lover of music from the piano, A mother to all and a friend to many , It is well with her soul. Whenever I saw her at church she had a beautiful smile to greet me. When I was going through the roughest time of my life she was one that allowed the Lord to use her to bless me and so I will never forget her. It is well with her soul.Rest well mum J.
Posted by Carey Clarke-David on February 26, 2021
Mrs. Hazel Johnson a woman of God, was a loving, kind and affectionate soft spoke person with a very beautiful voice. Our congregation at the First Presbyterian Church of Williamsbridge in the Bronx, N.Y looked forward to her worshiping with us while her visit with her loving and kind aunt the late Nellie Purkiss -Wong. “Love Stronger than Sorrow, and Deeper Than Time...Love is Forever “
Thank you family for sharing this beautiful Woman with so many. Miss Hazel RIEP and Perpetual Light shines brightly upon you.

Posted by Gloria Richards on February 26, 2021
Mrs Hazel Johnson otherwise known has mum j, was such a virtuous woman, she was such a friendly, loving and caring person, i remember she always made a joke with me and said "you are not the full Johnson, you are half a Johnson", may her soul rip, she will be forever missed.
Posted by Priscilla Powell on February 26, 2021
Mum j left her mark in this world and memories that will last a lifetime. She always gave me encouraging words anytime I went to visit and She would always have a story to tell, just to put a smile on your face. Rip Grandma, you are loved and will be greatly missed. I pray that your family will find comfort that you are with your savior and that you are at rest. Rip Mum J.
Posted by Lawrence Eulette on February 26, 2021
To: The Johnson Family
Fr: The Eulette Family

Mrs. Johnson may no longer be with us in the flesh, but she lives on in each of us. It was a privilege for us to be apart of her life. We don’t just share our condolences with you guys but also pledge our continued alliance to the Johnson family through this solemn moment as we celebrate the life of Hazel Johnson.

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Posted by Andrea (Paula) on March 6, 2021
Mommy J was a mother-in-law par excellence. She exemplified the godly wife, mother and friend. She had a calm and gentle disposition and caring personality. I have never heard her raise her voice in anger. She would always call to see "how yu do?" with genuine concern for your welfare. Not one to take sides or interfere, she became my example of the Proverbs 31 woman.

As a very young wife when I joined the Johnson clan, I quickly threw the myth out the window that all mother-in-laws are difficult, as I watched how fiercely Mommy J loved and supported her family as well as the body of Christ. I am forever grateful for the lessons learned through her example. She was passionate about service to the body of Christ and loved the Lord with all her heart. Her legacy will continue for years to come. Rest in peace Mommy J.
Posted by Alvia Bonfield-Johnson on March 5, 2021
Hazel Johnson was the best mother-in-law ever, one to be envied for, she is always loving, caring, giving , listening, smiling are just some of the words that is used to describe her, she always made me feel special , and she has touched many lives in her life journey. Always ready to help someone in any way she can. Mom J you have left your foot print for us to follow sleep well my love until we meet again .
Posted by Stephen Vidal on March 3, 2021
Gram-gram was more than a grandmother she was a light of encouragement in any room she found herself. Ailment or pain could not prevent her from expressing genuine concern for those around. A teaching woman who always taught from a Godly perspective. A true woman of God. A prayer soldier always uplifting her loved ones and those she met or came across, a no nonsense kind of woman. With a spunky attitude and a humorous undertone she was always a delight in conversation, a conversation that often times left you with a memorable experience. Words sometimes cannot fully explain the love you have for someone but your heart will always know. She was loved and will continue to be loved as her mark is everlasting. Be at peace grandma. I love you ❤️ forever.
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Shared by Patrice Cuffe on February 26, 2021
There is not enough words to describe this virtuous woman mum J. She was a woman of character. Whenever time I visited her she would speak about church, family and when she used to work. She told me many stories and jokes that i had to laugh about. She was a loving.kind, jovial and humble person.I am going to miss her dearly so sleep on my sister take your rest.