Jacqueline Johnson

April 23, 1992

Jacqueline Johnson, a social worker for the Housing Authority of Baltimore, died Friday of cancer at St. Agnes Hospital. She was 35.

Services for Ms. Johnson were being held tonight at Christ Edmondson United Methodist Church, 3600 Edmondson Ave.

The resident of West Lafayette Avenue had worked for the city agency for about 2 1/2 years. For four years before that, she was a social worker at the Correctional Institution for Women at Jessup.

Before earning her master's degree at Temple University in Philadelphia in 1985, she had worked for the Family and Children's Society.

She is survived by a daughter, Sherise Johnson, her mother, Lavinia F. Johnson, and a brother, Albert Leroy Johnson, all of Baltimore; and three sisters, Patricia Johnson of Woodstock and Irene Johnson and Sandra Brown, both of Baltimore.

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