Dr. Pamela Norma Johnson was born July 13, 1963 to the union of Hoyt L. Johnson and Emma Jean Hall of Mt. Vernon, New York.
She confessed Christ as her Lord and Savior at an early age and she united with a host of churches from New York, Atlanta, Georgia, and Anniston, Alabama. She later united with Friendship Baptist Church with Pastor Carlton Phillips as her pastor. She sang in the choir and was a part of many ministries such as Norma’s Food Pantry, the Mass Choir, the Women’s Choir, 8AM Service Praise Team, ALOM-Abundant Life Outreach Ministry Bible Study Group, and she was an Associate Minister to the church.
Pamela was a graduate of Mt. Vernon High School in 1979 at the age of 16. She served in the United States Army for 4 years and 7 months. During her time in the army, she received an Army Service Ribbon, an Overseas Service Ribbon, a Rifle M-16 Sharpshooter Badge, and an Army Good Conduct Medal.
On November 5, 1985, Pamela gave birth to her daughter Niesha-Monic; six years later on January 18, 1991, she gave birth to her son Marcus LeDoux. She worked many jobs as an Administrative Specialist. She went to theology school where she earned her Associate of Biblical Studies, Bachelor’s in Theology, Master of Arts, Master of Divinity, and Doctorate in Theology.
She was called and licensed to preach the Gospel. Her evangelistic ministry became her joy in life. Many souls were saved, and lives were touch with Pamela praying and preaching over them.
She was preceded in death by her father Hoyt LeDoux Johnson, her grandparents Curtis and Inez Miller, and Norma Johnson (paternal grandmother).
Dr. Pamela Johnson leaves to cherish her memories: daughter Niesha-Monic Johnson and son Marcus LeDoux both of Anniston, Alabama; four grandchildren: Majesty Johnson, Bri-Niyah Armstead, Brian Armstead, and Brielle “Tank Tank” Armstead; her mother Emma Johnson of Anniston, Alabama; three sisters: Jennifer Johnson, Lashawn Johnson, and Grace Johnson; two brothers Travis Johnson and Tamell Johnson; niece Loni Welch Johnson; nephew Jamie Johnson; great nephew Davian Johnson; aunts Mildred Gabel, Gwendolyn Patterson, Joyce Jeter, and Mary Miller; uncles Graddy Miller, Samuel Miller, and Mack Wilson and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and other dear friends.
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