Freddie Mae was born on March 15, 1941, to the union of Fred Davis and Margaret in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Freddie Mae moved to Robbins, Illinois, where she grew up. She attended Lincoln Elementary School, Graves Jr. High, and Dwight D. Eisenhower, where she graduated. Later on, she gave birth to her rst-born, Tyron Davis. She spent her adult years in Robbins. Freddie Mae Johnson attended Union Baptist and New Friendship under the leadership of Rev. Grey, and accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior. Freddie Mae was a loving, caring, beautiful inside and out woman, very thoughtful and caring. We called her a virtuous woman, one who led her home with integrity and discipline. A very fun, outgoing, and outspoken lady, everyone who knew her would say, “Freddie, you are something else,” in a good way. She had a phenomenal spirit. She loved her family with unconditional love. Freddie Mae loved cooking and baking for her family and preparing big meals—enough to feed the community. She loved being around her family and never wanted them to leave. She also loved music and dancing. Freddie Mae Johnson worked as a CNA. She enjoyed taking care of others. She worked at Fairfax Nursing Home for over 20 years. Her passion was a gift. Freddie Mae was a caregiver for three of her aunts in their time of need until their passing. Freddie Mae joined Argo Temple Church of God in Christ, under the pastor, Rev. Wheeler Parker. On July 19, 2001, Freddie and Isaiah Johnson joined hands in holy matrimony. ey were together for 36 years. A very loyal and devoted husband and wife, they loved one another unconditionally and loved being together always. ey traveled the county together and enjoyed their life immensely. Freddie Mae Johnson was preceded in death by her parents, Margaret Davis and Fred Davis; stepfather, Sam Porter; three brothers, Russell Porter, Pumpton Porter, and Clarence Porter; three aunties, Aunt Helen Ester Mae, Aunt Catherin, and Aunt Mary Ann; her son-inlaw, Robert Journagin; and nephew, Desmond. She leaves to mourn: her loving husband, Isaiah Johnson; three sons, Tyron Davis, Je ery Davis, and Edward Davis; two daughters, Amanda Davis (Doughlas Anderson) and Lolita Journagin; four sisters, Bervey Davis, Brenda Porter, Sandy Porter, and Clararetta Porter; one brother, Lyman Davis; aunts, Doris and Katie; one uncle, Estle; grandchildren, Desiree Davis, Charles Davis, Tiawan Davis, Wayne Davis, Keon Davis, Joe Davis, Kassen Harris, Timothy Harris, Byron Johnson, Jr., Jerone Davis, Tycha Davis, Je ery Davis, and Cyrina Luckett; a host of great-grandchildren, greatgreat-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and cousins; goddaughters, Delphena Chester, Juanita Parker, and Angela Gri eth; multiple children to whom Freddie Mae also loved as her own; and her best friend, Margaret McDonald.
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