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Our beloved Sister Rosie Lee Johnson entered into eternal rest on October 30, 2012. She was born May 11, 1918, the tenth child of the late Boyd and Florence Oxendine Bullock in Fairmont, North Carolina. She attended the public schools of Robeson County, North Carolina. After moving, with her family, to Dillon, South Carolina, she met and married the late Deacon Jim Johnson. During this time, she became a member of St. Mark Baptist Church. In the later years of Sister Rosie Lee Johnson, she and her family moved to Baltimore, Maryland. During that time, she was gainfully employed with London Fog and Lutherans Hospital. Seeking to enrich her life, she then moved to Queens, New York. While there, she completed the Medical Aid Training Course (MATS). Because of her desire to help and heal, this became her life's vocation. Upon retirement, she relocated to Hartsville, South Carolina. In order to fulfill her Christian duties, Sister Rosie Lee Johnson joined the Greater St. Johns Baptist Church in New York. During her time there, she served as President of the Missionary and on the Mother's Board. Once she moved to Hartsville, South Carolina, she joined Greenhill Missionary Baptist Church. She also served on the Missionary Society and the Senior Choir. After some time, Sister Rosie Johnson moved her membership to Jerusalem Baptist Church, where she actively participated in Sunday School and the Missionary until her health began to fail. All those who knew and loved her will miss her dearly. She was preceded in death by both parents, her husband, two sisters, and six brothers. Surviving to cherish the memory and maintain the legacy of Sister Rosie Lee Johnson is her two daughters, Margaret J (Robert, Sr.) George of Hartsville, SC and Ann (Frank) Timmons of Mullins, SC;one son, Chancelor (Mattie) Johnson of Mullins, SC; two sisters, Eva Taylor of Mt. Clemens, MI and Odessa Taylor of Bronx, NY; one sister-in-law, Ellameter Bullock of Dillon, SC; one special grandson, Carl (Pastor Margie) Hughes of Hartsville, SC; two special nieces, Louise Stevenson and Eva Fullwood both of Mt. Clemens, MI; 17 grandchildren, 39 great grandchildren, 41 great great grandchildren, and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and very dear friends.