Jason Albert Johnson
1977 - 2023
Jason Albert Johnson, born November 24, 1977, passed away on May 6, 2023 at the age of 45. He is preceded in death by his brother-in-law, Damion Marlowe-Rogers; father, Albert “Sandy” Johnson, and grandparents, Daisy and Pop Johnson. He is survived by his mother, Mary Elizabeth Johnson; daughter, Brieanna Vaughn; son, Cayden Johnson; sister, Jennifer Marlowe-Rogers; niece, Avery Marlowe-Rogers; Uncle, “Scuba” Steve Johnson and aunt, Mary Johnson; cousins, Katie Johnson (her children, Pressley and Lilly), Steven Johnson, Mark Johnson (his wife Kristin and their children, Rokkvi, Sarah, and Sigbjorn); and special friends, Ashley, Soloman, and Ronald.
He loved his job and his friends, loved the Lord, and loved to play the guitar. A memorial service will be held on Friday, May 12, at 1PM at First Presbyterian Church 300 N Cherry St. Winston-Salem, NC, 27101.
He will be deeply missed ❤️
Any flowers can be sent to 2008 Bethania Place Road.
I love you Jason Albert Johnson. You were the bestest friend anyone could have ever asked for. I will miss everything about you but most of all your laughter your huge heart and bright smile. You were the world to me through good and bad. Till we meet again my BFF!!
Jason you were a joy to have known. We had good laughs, sporadic events, and memorable moments. Your smile and laughter always changed the situation In a better way. I am grateful for the love and support you gave to people I love. Wish I had more time to share with you brother. Gonna miss you.
Gonna miss you bubbie. Makes me so sad to think you won’t be next door to me anymore. Thanks for being such a good friend to me. I love ya man.
I love you Jason, you had the kindest heart and sweetest smile; even though you always picked on me growing up I tolerated it. I’m happy for you now that you are with your dad and our grandparents Daisy and the Original “Albert” Johnson (Pop). Nothing will let me forget our fun times growing up and participating in the “real live” Christmas nativity at Southside Baptist Church downtown, especially when you Steven and Mark had to heard sheep and kept stepping on “you know”…I remember when you got baptized, even being so young, I’m glad I was there, I remember watching you play basketball and the buzzer was soo loud I didn’t understand why anyone could continue to do that … haha … you had a great personality, very witty and funny, you will be missed and and will always hold a special part in my heart… even though you gave me the absolute Worst nick name ever!!! 143! (Which I also learned from you when your “beeper” kept going off way back in the day) ❤️