Sunset Funeral Home
1800 St. George Rd., Evansville

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Kenitra N. Johnson

December 11, 1984 - July 18, 2022


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    Becky says

    I worked with Kenitra in Evansville. She was the kindest person and was always cheerful. Felt so good to be around her. Loved her meals and I know she was happy doing that. Rest In Peace my friend I know you are with God ❤️

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    Larina(Toot) says

    NeNe was the absolute kindest, and most humble I’ve ever met. Her laugh was contagious. Smile ALWAYS lit a room. I want to say thank you to her Mother, daughter and family for sharing her with us. She will be truly missed! Get your rest NeNe, you earned it🧡

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    Florene Johnson-Stephens says

    Ne-Ne, I can’t believe you’re not here. I know we just found each other a couple of years ago. The time I spent talking to you through text, on the phone or messenger, was well worth it. My sympathy and condolences to your mom and Kenzee…I never got the chance to meet you in person. I kept putting this trip off not knowing that you would not be here so soon.. I will always remember your beautiful smile and your warm pleasing voice. Thank you so much for the recipes. Now I’m glad I asked you for them. Who knew? Rest in peace lil cousin and say hello to your dad, my BigHead cousin. I love you and until I see you again… love Cousin Flo. Forever in my heart.

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    Delores Maddox says

    Heaven gained another angel😇
    Sincere and Aaden will surely miss you💔
    Rest in Paradise Ne-Ne🕊️

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Kenitra N. Johnson Passed away July 18, 2022, while being comforted by Lachelle Alvarez. Born in Greenville Ms. She Baptized at a Young age at Mount Olive Galilee at a young age under the Leadership of Rev.Bobby Tinner. She participated in Sunday School & Sunshine Band. Attended EVSC, graduated with Honors from both Harrison High School and University of Evansville. She volunteered as a tutor at Memorial Baptist Church & It Takes A Village No- Kill Rescue in their opening. Her first job was being a Supervisor at The Summer Youth Program at The Memorial Baptist Church, Indiana Blood Center, and Indiana Dept. Of Family Services. One of goals to create generational wealth. A huge fan of Disney and Universal Studio Movies. In her spare time, she loves spending time with family/friends, painting, hiking, fishing,grilling, cooking & baking, photography. She is preceded in death by her Fathers, Andrew Mims, Frank Lewis Jr. and Larry Ross. She is survived by Daughter Kenzee, Mother Alberta Ross ,Brothers, Karlton(Boosie) Johnson (Kendrika), Mark Johnson (Maria)Host of Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces, Nephews, Her Spiritual Parents Ladane and Darlene Snaden,fur-Babies, Remy and Sunny.