Johnnie Mae Kershaw was born in Union, SC on April 3rd, 1933 and entered eternal rest on April 17, 2020. She was the daughter of the late Johnny Moses and the late Lucy Mae Johnson Moses. Johnnie Mae was a receptionist and also, worked in Sonoco Mill during her younger years. She also became a member of St. Paul Baptist Church. Johnnie Mae was also an entrepreneur whereas she co-owned a convenient store and cab company with her second husband, the late Willie Kershaw, Jr. This is how many people began to know Johnnie Mae and her outgoing, energetic, and endearing personality. When she wasn’t driving children around to their school, she was taking people to their jobs. She always found a way to stay busy. Those who knew her know she didn’t know a stranger, she loved going out and socializing with others. Unfortunately, Johnnie Mae became very sick and began the fight of her life December 2019. On April 17th , God called her home and she gained her wings. Johnnie Mae was preceded in death by her parents, her sister, Roberta Moses, her brothers, Eugene E. (Annette) Moses, and Elliott (Lea Ethel) Moses, and her first husband, James Robinson. She leaves to cherish her memories: her sons Terrell Wayne Robinson and Jevon (Christine) Kershaw of Union, S.C.; her daughter Darnikar (Cassius) Rojas of Columbia, S.C.; one brother COL. Morris H. (Margaret) Moses of Montgomery Village, M.D.; 9 grandchildren Victoria Shippy, Candice (Kelvin) Crosby, Jayda Barfield, D’Angelo Kershaw, Ma’Kiah Kershaw, Ka’Mori Kershaw, Cassius Rojas, Jr. Alexis Rojas, Christian Rojas); 3 great-grandchildren, and a host of nieces, nephews, family, and friends.
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