May 1, 1980 - January 7, 2022
Mrs. Namika Johnson, affectionally known as “Mika”, was born in Memphis, TN on May 1, 1980 to Mr. David Brown and Mrs. Gwendolyn Richmond (Charles). She accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior at Millington Church of Christ, where she remained a beloved and faithful member until her earthly departure, on January 7, 2022. She instilled her Christian values in both of her daughters, and led them to Jesus Christ. Namika graduated from Trezevant High School class of 1998. She went on to attain her Associates of Arts Degree from Southwest Tennessee Community College. She also attained her Bachelors of Arts Degree from University of Memphis summer of 2021. Namika was an avid reader and a walking dictionary. She started her career with Memphis Police Department in 2005 at the rank of police service technician, and climbed to her current rank as a sergeant in 2021. Namika made an everlasting impression on not only her fellow officers, but as well as the citizens of Memphis that she faithfully served. Mrs. Johnson was the beloved and supportive wife of Jimmie Johnson, who she married on April 26, 2008. Namika and Jimmie’s love for one another bloomed in the summer of 2006 after meeting each other as PSTs on the Memphis Police Department. Namika made sure that on every meeting and departure that her and Jimmie shared 3 in and 3 out, kisses that is. Namika’s memories will forever be cherished by her legacy, her husband Jimmie Johnson, two daughters Mikaylah Arielle Chambers and Jayla Hasia Johnson; two grandmothers Irene Childs (O.C. Childs) and Mayrine Brown (Melvin); three sisters Tawkeita Childs-Young, Vernalisa Massey (Sherman), and Georgett Williams; two brothers David Brown Jr. and D’Shun White; mother-in-law Cassandra Moton-Shaw; father-in-law Jimmie Johnson III; grandmother-in-law Linda Phillips (Jim); two sister-in-laws Lakaysha Shaw and Chelsea Johnson; three brother-in-laws Jamari Johnson, Akil Shaw, and Jaylon Johnson. She also leaves a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, God-children, friends, and co-workers to cherish her memories.
Mrs. Namika Johnson, affectionally known as “Mika”, was born in Memphis, TN on May 1, 1980 to Mr. David Brown and Mrs. Gwendolyn Richmond (Charles). She accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior at Millington Church of Christ,... View Obituary & Service Information
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