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Nicole Cierra Johnson, 26, of Lexington Park died peacefully Sept. 16, 2012, at MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital.
Born Sept. 8, 1986, she was the daughter of Myra Johnson and Richard Nolan Jr.
She received her education in St. Mary’s County public schools and graduated from Great Mills High School in 2006. She was employed with Twilight Camp in Lexington Park for three years and Southern Maryland Boys and Girls Club for seven years. This year, she was offered a position as the dance team coordinator for Great Mills High School.
She was pursuing her degree in criminal justice at the College of Southern Maryland. She was the founder and leader of “JB HUNNIEZ.”
She loved listening to music and singing her favorite song, “Jesus Loves Me,” watching “Twilight” and dancing, which was something that inspired her, especially with leading her stepping team, “DTP.” She generated enthusiasm and excitement in young people. She would always encourage her brother, Dominique, to pursue his musical abilities.
She was preceded in death by her maternal grandfathers, John Berry Sr. and Ernest Toney Sr.; paternal grandfather, Richard Nolan Sr.; andnd her uncle, Leonard Miles Jr.
She is survived by her daughter, Za’Briana Atlantius-Unique Johnson; her parents; her very special stepfather for 26 years of her life, Mervin S. White Jr.; her brothers, Dominique White (very special brother), Delonte Nolan and Richard Nolan III; sister, Tameka Nolan; stepsister Sydney White; maternal grandmothers, Judith Toney and Virginia Nolan; special step-grandmother, Diane White; maternal grandfather, Dale Dennis; her maternal great-grandmother, Julia Berry; and special friend, Martel Morgan. She is also survived by her Aunt Yada and her special little cousin Ta’Y’anna Johnson, both of whom spent time with her during her illness; and a host of other relatives and friends.
The family will receive friends Saturday, Sept. 22, from 9 a.m. until time of service at 10 a.m. at Lexington Park Baptist Church in Lexington Park. Interment will be private. The Rev. Michael Barber of Dominion Apostolic Ministries will officiate.
Arrangements are being handled by Briscoe-Tonic Funeral Home in Mechanicsville.