P.O. Box 506, 943 Highway 425 North, Monticello, AR71655

Susan Kaye Johnson
December 31, 1953 - September 18, 2022

Susan Kaye Johnson

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Susan Kaye Johnson, age 68 of Monticello, AR, passed away Sunday, September 18, 2022, at her home in Monticello. She was born December 31, 1953, in Monticello, AR to Catherine Lewis.

She was a retired bookkeeper and medical transcriptionist and member of Enon Baptist Church.

She is survived by two sons, Jason Johnson of San Marcos, TX and J.T. Johnson of Shreveport, LA; and three grandchildren, Christian, Ethan and Dylan.

Funeral arrangements are pending and will be announced later this week. You can sign Susan's guestbook page at www.stephensondearman.com.

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  1. Janice Lewis
    So sorry for the loss of your mother prayers for your peace and comfort in the coming days Susie was loved by so many of her family and friends she will surely be missed by all
  2. Donna M
    Dear Jason, JT and familes - I am so very sorry for the loss of your Mom and my Aunt Susie. She was a sweet lady who loved you both very much and told me so every time I spoke to her. My Dad sure loved his sister and I am comforted knowing that they are rejoicing in heaven. I hope to see you both soon.

  3. Jayme L Lawson
    My friend and sister in Christ passed away. She's been my mentor this year, but she was my daddy's neighbor and has been my friend many years. She's shown me love and helped me overcome fears of rejection, depression, anxieties, and struggles returning to church. She never once shunned me, and she helped me understand through scripture and her wisdom what was happening to me the past few years as God was calling me out of the world and calling me to serve Him. She helped me grow in love, grace, wisdom and discernment, and she knew things about me, my family, my trials and struggles that no one else knew except Chris, and I am going to miss her. I'm going to miss knowing I had a friend and mentor who loved and understood me. I'm going to miss her wisdom, and I'll never ever forget her, especially what she taught me about how I don't need anything but the Holy Spirit, and the Bible and a true body of believers, not all these false people and programs; what she demonstrated and taught me about secular and false music and tv and why they became more and more foreign to me, and what that means in sanctification, and what a blessing and evidence of genuine saving faith that is. She taught me about being a biblical wife, mom and grandmother, and I'm thankful she taught me about my childhood, my dad who she loved so much and I do too, , and how she helped me and was my friend in coming back to church after so many years lost in the world and afraid.
    But I know her love for Christ and her faith was true, because she lived it, and I know the best day of her life was the day Jesus called her home to rest in His Glory, free from the pains and sorrows of this world.
    Glory to God for allowing me to know and be loved and taught by her. I pray one day I can be that person for someone else.
  4. Stacy Cater
    My deepest sympathies to her family and friends. May God comfort you during this time.
  5. Ken Bridges
    My deepest condolences to JT and Jason on the loss of your mother. I have many memories of your mother, and you are both in our prayers for comfort and peace.
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