Charlotte Maxine Johnson, age 89, daughter of the late Oscar McCullers and Florie McCullers Adcock and step-daughter of Sanders “Papa” Adcock passed away at her home on Sunday, March 6, 2022.
Maxine grew up in Conyers, Georgia where she attended Milstead High School. She loved playing basketball, attending dances and gathering with friends at Beasley Drugstore. She loved to tell the story about skipping school and going to the malt shop where that “rascal” Robert reported her to the principal and she was suspended. Little did she know that one day she would reconnect with him and spend fifty plus years together.
Maxine was a hairstylist by profession and enjoyed working and staying busy. When she wasn’t at the salon, she was at home cooking, cleaning and doing yard work. She thrived on serving others.
Maxine was a truly genuine woman who loved with all her heart and ALWAYS put others above herself. She was a wonderful confidant and many secrets have been shared with her. Our fondest memories are sitting around the kitchen table after dinner sharing our day with her.
She enjoyed attending First Baptist Atlanta where she had an incredible support group that loved on her and made her feel special, especially during these last years while she battled with dementia. We are comforted knowing she is in the presence of the Lord and that someday we will all be together again.
Maxine is survived by her daughters Suzanne Jeffers and Linda Smith, her grandchildren Daniel Smith (Roxy) and Ashley Jeffers, her great-grandchildren Devin Hatcher and Abigail Tierce.
A joint graveside service will be held on Monday, March 14, 2022 at 2 o’clock at Green Meadow Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Conyers, Georgia for Mr. Robert T. Johnson LCDR USN (RET) and Mrs. Charlotte Maxine Johnson. In lieu of flowers the family requests that you make a donation in her name to In Touch Ministries or Samaritains Purse links to both orgainizations can be found below.
Governor Brian Kemp has lifted the restrictions for large gatherings and other recommendations throughout Georgia. However, we ask that you still be respectful of the family and others during this time. If you are sick, not feeling well, or have any symptoms of COVID 19, please do not attend the service or services. If you feel the need to wear a mask, please do so.