Delores Ann Shepherd Johnson

In Memorial

Delores Ann Shepherd Johnson, age 61. Sunrise September 3, 1958 and Sunset May 22, 2020.

Please revisit this page and pray for the family as they work on writing the obituary for Delores.

On Thursday, June 11, 2020 the procession will depart at 9:30am from MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave. (one block east of Noe Bixby, turn North on Lonsdale Rd.) for a 10:00 AM graveside service at Glen Rest Memorial Estates.

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Condolence Messages

  1. My deepest condolences on the loss of beloved Delores. May the grace and peace of the Heavenly Father strengthen and keep you during this challenging time.

  2. Gladys Murray

    May God’s Love Surround you at this difficult time.With heart felt sympathy
    The Murray’s
    Burrell,Gladys,Pam,Kathy, and Karen

  3. Pamela Chatman

    The shepherd family. I’m so sorry for your loss of your daughter and sister and aunt. May God strengthen and keep you in your time of loss

  4. May the sweet communion of the Holy Spirit continue to rest, rule and abide with you.

  5. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Clark Jr

    To the Shepherd family, we extend our deepest sympathy and condolences to you and the time of loss. May God keep you and your family and his heavenly arms.
    Joseph and Debra Clark Jr.

  6. Lynnette Hesser

    I had the great honor of being Dee’s roommate during our freshman year at Denison University in 1976-1977. She was a marvelous individual and friend. We would walk arm and arm across campus for her to get to activities after dark and spent hours laughing together when we should have been studying harder. I think of her often and taught my children a few of her culinary treats, so her memory continues through them. My heart goes out to all of you during this time of sorrow. I’m crying, too.
    Lynnette Hesser
    Wellington, Alabama

  7. Edward and Dianna Poindexter

    My heart is heavy just thinking of Sister Delores and her ministry gift!! She brought so much life when she ministered in song and the holy spirit anointing that was on her was obvious when she sang!! We loved her as a Sister and she and Wilbert were a beautiful couple!!

  8. My sister is at peace and in no more pain. I rejoice that she will physically see perfectly in her new body. However I will miss her energy as a true worshipper of God.
    May the Lord enfold the family with His love, comfort, and piece.

  9. Delores was such a dear friend of mine. I grew up with her and her family. Always good memories of Macedonia Baptist Church and our participation in the youth choir and the usher board. Since their house was near the church a lifelong friendship developed by all the time we spent together. Even though later years we didn’t see each other our bond never weakened. She will be greatly missed. Love Always Tina(Thomas) Clark and family.

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