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Thelma Clotiel (Davis) Johnson
September 17, 1930 ~ August 17, 2023 (age 92) 92 Years Old
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Thelma C. Johnson, of Wichita Falls, was born in Clarksville, Texas to Cecil and Mayme Davis. Her sisters, Ollie Mae Johnson and Robbie Johnson preceded her in going to be with the Lord. She attended Wiley College in Marshall, Texas.
Thelma loved her husband Daniel Johnson tremendously and thought of him as her miracle. They were members of Mount Calvary United Methodist Church where she played the piano for the choir. Years later she became a member of Mount Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church. She was a spiritual leader, a member of Voices of Mount Pleasant Choir, Women’s Choir, Mission’s Chorus, Mission One, a Mission One Teacher.
Thelma lived a beautiful life with a passion for encouraging others. She was a fierce leader, witnessed as she passionately executed her role as President of the Progressive Club for six consecutive years. Under her leadership, the club was inducted into the Texas Association of Women and Youth Club Hall of Fame. She organized the annual scholarship and fashion show tea to finance club scholarships.
Thelma was also a member of the Wichita Falls Federation of Women #39 Clubs and served with the Women Who Care Club. She served as first Vice President of the Isabel Smith District and was elected President. She served four years as President of the Isabel Smith District.
Her survivors include: son, Rodney K. Thomas, Garland, TX; daughter,
Sheila L. Pinkard, Garland, TX; daughter, Harla Y. Hawkins, Rowlett,TX; granddaughter, Danielle Monique Hawkins-Piggee (Christopher Piggee); grandson, George Arnold Hawkins; grandson, Brandon Patrick Hawkins; great-grandson, Jalen Lee’Anthony McClenton (Jenesi Torres); great-grandson, Christopher Bryan Piggee; great-great- granddaughter, Janiya Leilani McClenton; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.