To the family of Mrs. Johnson, my heart still aches in shock and disbelief. She was and always will be my daughter Pantoja and my friend. She had a heart of gold. She never had anything bad to say about anyone. I would always say to her, "I got your back!" She would then say, "I know you do, Mrs. Allen." She and I shared things that would be locked in both our hearts forever. She was a real gem, a one in a million. To her father, daugthers, brother, really close friends, parents and students; "lets keep her dream alive." What Mrs. Johnson did for so many was like no other including my child and myself. Mrs. Johnson was a very special unforgettable women and friend that loved all people and believed in each and every child's success. That's what I loved so much about her. She encouraged you not to focus so much on the problem, she would say; "lets keep our focus on the solution." This world would be a much better place if the world had many more caring hearts such as Mrs. Johnson. We will miss your radiant contagious smile. My daughter and I are forever honored to have known you and to have had the pleasure to know you as a true friend. We will all meet again in the rapture. But for now, sleep my sister.