A beloved daughter, granddaughter, sister, niece, cousin, and friend, Amy Lynn Johnson left this world unexpectedly on March 29, 2022. Born in Killeen, Texas, on October 10, 1990, to Glenn and Mary Johnson, Amy grew up in Lampasas, Texas, where she attended Lampasas ISD. Amy attended Angelo State University, where she acquired a bachelor's degree in Mathematics. A high school Algebra teacher, Amy also coached the cheer squad in San Angelo before relocating to the Dallas-Fort Worth area, where she coached the JV dance squad.
Amy was a lover of the arts and fashion and enjoyed dancing. We will never forget her crystal blue eyes and smile that could melt any bad day or lousy situation away. Her caring personality had a way of making you feel instantly happy and loved. A friend through thick and thin, Amy's loyalty to family and friends is second to none. She is a type of person who could power through anything and drinking milk through a shoe when her sister Genny refused to give her a cup is just one testament to that fact. Her perseverance and limitless strength are only eclipsed by her loving and compassionate spirit. Amy had a heart of gold; she has touched our lives in so many special ways and we will all miss her dearly.
When you think of Amy, please celebrate the good memories you have of her, like the time when she jumped into a big tire and rolled down the hill or when she put on oven mitts to get a pan out of the oven only to place it atop her legs. Remember that life is fragile and short and that it should always be lived to the fullest.
Amy was preceded in death by her brother, Donald Glenn Johnson II, paternal grandparents, Donald Fred and Bonnie Jeanne Johnson, maternal grandfather, Marion Lee Mixon, and cousin, Miranda Dvorak.
She is survived by her father, Donald Glenn Johnson; mother, Marian Lea Johnson; sister, Genevieve Emily Rayfield Johnson; maternal grandmother, Patsy Jean Mixon, and countless aunts, uncles, and cousins.
A Celebration of Life will be held from 3 to 4:30 pm on Saturday, April 9, at Sneed-Carnley Funeral Chapel in Lampasas, located at 201 E. Third St, Lampasas, TX, 76550.