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Kara D. (Johnson) Johnson
April 20, 1970 ~ September 15, 2023 (age 53) 53 Years Old
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Kara Denise Johnson, a beacon of love and passion, was born on the 20th of April, 1970 in Chicago, IL, and passed away on the 15th of September, 2023 in Mishawaka, IN. Her life was a symphony of joyous moments, filled with music, dance, singing, and the warm aroma of her delightful cooking. She was a woman who lived her life with a rhythm that was uniquely hers, a rhythm that touched the hearts of everyone she met.
Kara was a woman of many talents, but her most significant role was that of a loving mother to her children, Karlene Tylon, Jared Johnson-Tylon, and Nyela Tylon all of Mishawaka, IN. She was also a doting grandmother to Nyree Riley and Jeziah Johnson both of Mishawaka, IN. Her love for her family was a melody that played throughout her life, a melody that was as beautiful as the woman herself. She was a daughter to Sylvia (Williams) Johnson and a beloved sister to Joyce Johnson of Kansas City, MO, Arnita Johnson of Naperville, IL, Saul Johnson of South Bend, IN, and Roger Johnson of Wisconsin. She also shared a special bond with her boyfriend, Raymond Paduyos, who was a constant source of support and love in her life.
Kara was a woman who believed in the power of education, she pursued General Studies.
Kara was a housewife, a role she embraced with love and passion. She was a woman who believed in the sanctity of her home, in the magic of family, in the beauty of everyday moments. She was a woman who found joy in the simple things, in the laughter of her children, in the smell of her cooking, in the rhythm of her music. Kara also loved spending time with her grand babies, and making people laugh. She loved telling jokes. She loved riding her bike with her granddaughter.
Kara was a woman who believed in the power of love, passion, and living each day to the fullest.
Kara was a woman who lived her life with love and passion. She was a woman who believed in the power of family, and creativity. Her life was a symphony of joyous moments, a symphony that will continue to play in the hearts of everyone she touched. Her life was a melody, a rhythm, a song although she may be gone, her music will continue to play, her dance will continue to inspire, her song will continue to echo, her love will continue to live on.
She was preceded in death by one brother Theodore Williams.
There will be a private family gathering at 6pm to celebrate Kara's life.