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Alma Lona (Johnson) Belyeu
October 31, 1931 ~ August 20, 2023 (age 91) 91 Years Old
Alma Lona (Johnson) Belyeu was born on October 31, 1931, in Riverside, Alabama. Surrounded by her loving family, she transitioned to eternity on August 20, 2023, in Wylie, Texas.
Alma graduated from high school in 1950 and went on to enjoy a career as a medical assistant. After many years of dedicated service, she retired in 1993.
Affectionately regarded as "Flossy", "Granny", "Alma Lee", "Alma L.", "Loni Mae", and "Gran Girl", she delighted in many hobbies, including Bingo, crocheting, and getting dressed up. She was a fashionista who had an admirable style. More than anything, she enjoyed having fun and spending time with her family.
Alma accepted Christ and remained steadfast in her faith. She was faithful as a church mother in the Church of God in Christ and personified the attributes of Christ in her daily walk.
Alma will be fondly remembered for her funny, sassy, kind, and nurturing nature. She was everyone's mother, and her loving spirit will be missed by all who knew and loved her.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Grady Belyeu; mother, Cora J. Howard Frazier; father, Moses Johnson, Sr.; stepfather, Odell Frazier; children, Judith and David George; and siblings, Moses Johnson, Sr., and Roosevelt Berry.
Those left to cherish precious memories include her children - Gregory Johnson (Jayne), Amanda Jackson (Willie), Cora Jackson, Dexter Belyeu, Bessie Gray (Chester), Alfrederick Belyeu (Paula), Lawrence Belyeu (Adrianne), and Chris Belyeu; 28 grandchildren; 22 great-children; and 2 great-great-grandchildren; brother, James “Shug” Johnson; sisters-in-law, Bernice Berry and Jenny Johnson; and a host of nieces, nephews, and friends.
Special appreciation is extended to her caregivers - Sarah Chitsaka, Malaika Brown, and Carol Gray - for caring for and supporting our mother endlessly. You have been a tremendous blessing to Alma as well as our family over the last 21 months.