Joni Annette Johnson, 47, homemaker, teacher

July 26, 2002

Joni Annette Johnson, a homemaker and former teacher, died Sunday of a brain hemorrhage at Harbor Hospital Center. She was 47 and lived in North Linthicum.

In the 1970s, she taught special education in the city school system. She also worked at the Social Security Administration as a clerk.

Born Joni Annette Norwood in Baltimore and raised on Clifton Avenue, she graduated from Northwestern High School in 1972 and earned a degree in special education from Coppin State College.

She designed and made her own clothing and enjoyed singing in area talent shows.

Services were held yesterday.

Survivors include two sons, Jarrett Johnson and Joey Johnson, both of North Linthicum; her parents, Maurice D. and Cora Watson Norwood, both of Baltimore; and a brother, Maurice D. Norwood Jr. of Woodmoor. Her marriage to Joseph Johnson ended in divorce.

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