Mrs. Susie Johnson Oliver (Age 96) , daughter of the late John Johnson and
Susan Richardson Johnson was .born on Friday, April 14, 1924 in Summerton, SC. She
was the widow of William Oliver.
She lived the first half of her life on the family's farm and was a member of St. Phillip
R. M. U. E. Church in Summerton, SC. Susie worked as a farmer to provide for her
children. She was a quiet modest woman who was always there to give a helping hand to
those in need.
Susie migrated to New York in 1973 to be closer to her family. She was a home
health care provider for several years. She enjoyed nothing more than spending time with
her family, crocheting, debating current events, laughing and family outings.
She was preceded in death by siblings: Charlotte Bracey, Mary Brathwaite, Hazel
Johnson, Frances Love, John Johnson, Steven Johnson, Jubie Johnson and Moses
Johnson, 4 nieces and 3 nephews.
Susie entered into eternal rest on Friday, July 31, 2020 at Jewish Nursing Home,
New York City, NY.
She leaves to grow from her love and memories: five children, Willie Lee (Henry)
Powell, Hattie (Thomas) Robinson, John Oliver, William Oliver and Mary Oliver; loving
grands: Rodney Powell, Ronald Powell, Terrance Robinson, Shanda Oliver, Renita Powell,
Twain Robinson and Ryan Powell; 15 great-grandchildren, a special niece, Yvonne Harris
and a host of other nieces and nephews.
In accordance with the requirements given by the CDC in reference to the Covid-19, the
family is not receiving relatives and friends.
|Mrs. Susie Johnson Oliver
Date of Birth: 04-14-1924
Date of Death: 07-31-2020
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