|The funeral service for Mrs. Susie Johnson Daniels was held Saturday March 21,1992 at 10:00 a.m. at Fairfield united Methodist Church. Rev. Willie Jackson officiated.
Mrs. Susie Daniels was born on April 7, 1898 and was the second child of Isaac and Willie Ann Johnson of Crawford, Texas.She went to a higher level Wednesday, March 18,1992.
Susie received her early education in Texas. She received her higher education at Kimmonsville School, Crawford, Texas. She chose as her vocation nursing and was very productive. At the same time, she always found time to beautify her home with flowers that caught the eye of everyone that passed by.
The relationship of love and the bond of strength came when she met Hubbard Daniels. They were married June 15, 1924 and became the parents of five children.
Mrs. Susie Daniels met the Lord and accepted Christ at an early age. She became very active in the United Methodist Church and the Louisiana Conference. On the local church level she was actively involved in Christian work. With all her husband’s pastorates, she served as First Lady at Pleasant Hill Ct., 1943-46 through the District Superintendency of the Shreveport District, and her husband’s retirement at Fairfield United Methodist Church in 1959. She worked with the Women’s Society of Christian Service and would attend retreats at Gulfside in Waverly, Mississippi. She continued her involvement with the church after the death of her husband--volunteered her services whenever she felt an asignment had to be done and was active with the Rebecca Chapter No.102 of the universal Grand Lodge, Mrs. Rosie Cooper, Worthy Matron.
Mrs. Susie Daniels will be greatly missed by those who are able to transcend color and relate to each to each person in a spirit of love and understanding.
Her husband, the late Rev. Hubbard Daniels, two daughters--Joni B.D. Hunter and Vernita D Jackson, and one sister, Eunice Woods preceded her in death.
Suvivors include: two daughters, Almeta and Nancy of Kansas City, Mo.; one son, Anderson Daniels and his wife LaVeda Daniels of Bridgeton, Mo., two sisters, Callie B. Johnson and Hallie Johnson of Waco, Tx., four grandchildren, four great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends..
|Source: Journal Louisiana Conference 1992, p. 218 By Nancy Gully|