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Pamela Johnson

March 28, 1959 — June 26, 2020

Pamela Ann Johnson, daughter of Freddie L. Reeves and Willie Lee Webb, went home to be with the Lord June 26, 2020. She was born March 28, 1959 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.

Pamela, affectionately called “Ms. Pam”, was a graduate of Watson Chapel High School in Pine Bluff. She enjoyed cooking big dinners every Sunday. She loved being around her biker family. Ms. Pam started as a member of The Dobermans and later was a member of The Soul Survivors.

One thing everyone knew about Pam is how much she loved her one and only daughter. They never were apart. When you saw Pam, you saw her daughter. Their relationship was truly special. Not only will Pam be missed by her only child, but she will be missed and cherished by all those who knew her well.

Pam was preceded in death by her parents, Freddie L. Reeves and Willie Lee Webb; grandson, La’Dondre Cayton; grandparents, Willie and Rebecca Jordan; brother-in-law, Eddie R. Harry; sister-in-law, Mary Bickham.

She leaves to cherish her memory her one and only daughter, Mikko Johnson, Saginaw, Michigan; loving companion and life partner, Willie Ray Harry; stepfathers, Arthur L. Webb, Walter Collins; three sisters, Arlene Wilson-Collins, Joliet, Illinois, Lisa Collins, Flint, Michigan, Annette Brown, Bridgeport, Michigan; brothers, Kenneth and Demetrius Collins, both of Flint, Michigan; aunt, Georgia Mae Chaney, Lancaster California; uncle, Curtis Jordan, St. Louis, Missouri; sister-in-law, Bobbie Harry, Saginaw Michigan; adopted daughter, Lovella Velveeta Nunn, Flint, Michigan; special cousin, Preston Collins, Flint, Michigan; many other relatives and friends, including special friends who were more like sisters, Henrenee Brown, DarNita Hodge and Trease Torrez, all of Saginaw, Michigan.

The family would like to express special thanks to Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan, Ivan E. Phillips and the Staff of Paradise Funeral Chapel.

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