• Johnson-Jackson, Shantel M.

    November 12, 2017
  • Pittsfield Twp.

    Age 27, passed on November 12, 2017.  There will be no public viewing the day prior to service.  The funeral service will be held on Saturday, November 18, 2017, with the family hour at 10 am followed by the funeral service at 11 am at C&H Community Home for Funerals, Lucille’s Memorial Chapel, 411 S. Adams St., Ypsilanti. Burial to follow the service.  Please sign the guestbook below.

     
  • 13 comments

    Sending my love and condolences to my family. My cousin will truly be missed. We love you all from Colorado Dashonda Johnson and family

    Reply

    Sending my love and condolences to my family. My cousin will truly be missed. We love you all from Colorado Dashonda Johnson and family

    Reply

    Sorry to hear of the family's loss. May her soul RIP.

    Reply

    I send my sincere condolences. It’s truly difficult when you lose a loved one. I hope you can find comfort in the words found at Revelation 21:3-4 and John 5:28-29. We can be assured of this promise because of what’s expressed at Isaiah 55:11. May God continue to give you and your family comfort and strength at this time.

    Reply

    Stephanie I am so sorry for your lost. I am praying for you and your family.

    Reply

    I didn't know Shantel very well. I worked in the same building with her and would see her in the hallway most mornings. She would say hello and always have a beautiful smile. She will be missed.

    Reply

    Shantel was so sweet. She was always smiling. My condolences. I will miss seeing her at work.

    Reply

    My prayers go out to Stephanie and the entire family during this very difficult time. Words cannot remove your pain but Gods comforting touch can carry you through . May God Keep you all and give you strength to make it through another day. Hold to Gods unchanging hand. ❤

    Reply

    My prayers go out to Stephanie and the entire family during this very difficult time. Words cannot remove your pain but Gods comforting touch can carry you through . May God Keep you all and give you strength to make it through another day. Hold to Gods unchanging hand. ❤

    Reply

    Seasons Everyone has an appointed time, a season for everything in life. Some of our seasons we do not expect to end. We do not see the next season, because we are wedged in the last. The end of a season is time to grieve while catching our posture. Sometimes the grief of our last season, last a couple of seasons. Time waits on no one. Seasons change leaves fall, yet to grow again. We must find peace and contentment in whatever season we have found ourselves. Accept the love, grace and compassion of knowing someone in their season. As they transition from one season to the next grow with them. While learning to grow without them, God gave you a manifestation of Himself for just a time. Embrace the love and learn the lessons of each season. Changing so quickly without warning, without cause. Learn to love even the ugly in a season. Clean up, clear out, and repent what you have missed to embrace. Knowing that even in your darkest season. God’s presence is still shining on you. In the midst of sorrow, God is still our “Sovereign God!!!”

    Reply

    I am so sorry to hear this. You have my deepest, deepest sympathy. Death is a very very hard pill to swallow. May the Lord stay by your side and strengthen you while you bury your child. In Jesus name, stay faithful in the Lord's word. God bless you.

    Reply

    Praying for her mom and family. Replacemen. Rest easy shao8nootel😇

    Reply

    Praying for her mom and family. Rest easy shao8nootel😇

    Reply