On Saturday, September 4, 2010 our beloved wife, mother, sister, cousin and friend Sandra “Sandy” Davis-Johnson quietly slipped into an eternal life of peace and rest. She was born July 31, 1955 in South Boston, VA to the late Rosa Majors Davis and Samuel Davis Sr., and devoted grand parents, the late Artie and Majors.
She was the beloved wife of Minister Walter E. Johnson; they are the parents of one son, Lawrence A. Johnson. She was a devoted member of the heaven Bound Christian Ministry.
She leaves to celebrate her life one devoted sister Audrey Davis-Sehon, three brother-in-laws Micheal Sehon Thomas Johnson and William Johnson (Rita), one sister-in-law, Connie Holly, one daughter-in-law Brook Johnson, two grandchildren Keria and Kaden, two beloved aunts, Ms. Sarah Burns and Ms. rosetta Goode, two god-daughters Sheandra Alderson and Jennifer Ford, one nephew Matthew Waller, a host of cousins, other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by two siblings Samuel Davis and Gloria Davis.
Sandy began her walk with Christ at an early age as a member of Ebenezer Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, in her hometown, South Boston,VA. In June of 1972 she graduated from Halifax Senior High School and enrolled in Phillips Business College in Lynchburg, VA. In 1974 she graduated from Phillips and moved to Washington, DC
Two months later, Sandy was employed by the Department of Interior(DOI), National Park Service in Washington, DC. While working for DOI, Sandy moved up through the ranls while working for serval departments within the organization; the National Capitol Region, the Bureau of Land Management, and the Eastern States Office.
During this time Sandy held the position of Personnel staffing Specialist and Personnel Management Specialist. She also provided personnel services to the United States Park Police, the Holocaust Memorial Council, the Executive Residence, and the White House Liaison Staff.
In 1996, Sandy transferred to the United States Coast Guard Personnel Command as a Command Staff Advisor. In 1998, Sandy was promoted as th Human Resources Manager for the Marine Safety, Security & Environmental Protection Directorate. She also served as a member of Blacks in Government, (BIG).
On June 23, 2007, Sandy retired from the Federal Government with 32 years of service.