Let the memory of Wendy be with us forever
  • 37 years old
  • Born on July 5, 1972 .
  • Passed away on June 29, 2010 .

On June 5, 1972, the Lord blessed the union of the late Charles and Catherine Johnson with a very special daughter. They named her Wendy Diane Johnson.

Wendy was educated at Greenville High School. She was employed with Perkins Shibara in Griffin, Georgia until her health failed. She joined the Fellowship Baptist Church at an early age whereas she remained a member until she was called home.

Wendy lived, taught, loved, laughed, and comforted for 38 years. On Tuesday June 29, 2010, God sent his angel to pull a rose out of his garden.

Wendy leaves to cherish her loving memories, Husband; Gary Beasley, Four Children; Gary, Jr, Brikel, Angel, and Tiluana of Greenville, GA. , Four Stepchildren; Jasmine, Garrick, DeGarrious, and Nate, One step-grandson; Tyrone Colbert, One brother; Tony Reeves (Cynthia), One niece; Jasmine Reeves, and two nephews; Christian Reeves & O.C. of Columbus, GA, Father & Mother In Law – Jesse & Ella Mae Beasley of Greenville, GA, Two brothers- in- law; James Beasley of Greenville, GA and Emmanuel Beasley (Teresa) of Luthersville, GA, Two sisters-in-law; Marchella Reeves and Bella Harris ( Stanton) of Greenville, GA., Four Aunts; Louise Brown (John Henry), Rebecca Lewis of Greenville, GA, Josephine Tenney of Grantville, GA, Mary Bray (James) of Palmetto, GA., Five uncles; William Reeves (Rosa Mae), Joe Lewis Reeves (Shirley), Tom Reeves (Barbara), Robert Reeves (Brenda), of Greenville, GA, and Charles Reeves (Gail) of Grantville, GA, a host of beloved and devoted nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and close associates.

She was preceded in death by her mother Catherine Johnson and father Charles Johnson.

Her sincere love touched the lives of many and she will be missed greatly.

Interment:
Fellowship Baptist Church Cemetery

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Posted by (SFH) Administrator on 11th December 2011
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