Johnnie Mae Webster-Walker entered this life on October 20, 1946, in Downsville, Texas to the parents of Mae Lizzie Majors-Webster and Johnny B. Webster.
Johnnie Mae graduated from Downsville High School in 1965 and later attended Prairie View A&M University where she majored in Music and earned her certification in Nursing. Johnnie Mae worked at Providence Hospital for many years before she married Paul Walker on June 4, 1994, which they cherished 28 years until her passing.
Johnnie Mae accepted Christ at an early age and was a member of many churches. Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, Rising Star, Greater Zion Missionary Baptist Church, Greater St. Stephens Baptist Church, New Generation, and Waco Worship Center (just to name a few) under the leadership of Pastor Rosie Barnes until her passing.
Johnnie Mae entered into eternal rest on February 6, 2022, in Houston, Texas.
Johnnie Mae is preceded in her death by parents, Mae Lizzie Majors-Webster and Johnny B. Webster; sister, Sarah Garrett; son, Tawan K. Webster and grandchildren, Derrick and Errick Webster and Tileda D. Allen and sister-in-law, Diane Webster.
Johnnie Mae leaves to cherish her memories: her husband, Paul Walker; her daughters, Victoria Nicholas (Corey), Yulonda Webester-Egwu, Erica Evans (Ned) and Sara Murphy (Ruben); her son, Anthony Webster (ShieMeka); her loving grandchildren, Princess, Prentis, Ronnica, Antenne, Ah’Laysia, Briancia, Brinequia (Greg), Jonnecia (De’Vonte), ShaKendra (Coby), Shalenice and Shanteria; her brothers Lee Otis Webster (Debbie) and Willie Webster; her nieces, Paulette (Roger) Keisha, Kim and Kassadi; nephews, Paul (Peggy) and Derrick; and 10 great-grandchildren; special friends, Jessie Freeman, Pastor Rosie Barnes and Florence Gray; and a host of family and friends, who loved her dearly.