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Quineah Terrae Johnson
August 6, 1990 ~ October 15, 2023 (age 33) 33 Years Old
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QUINEAH was born on August 6, 1990 to Terrae Lynn Walker and Dewitt Johnson.
Quineah was born, raised and educated in Philadelphia. She spent most of her years in
Germantown. She loved hanging on Wayne Avenue with her friends. She was a member of the
Boys & Girls Club, a member of The Philadelphia Steppers and a student of the Arthur Ashe Tennis
Club. Quineah’s affiliation with Wayne Avenue is what prompted her to choose the nickname Wayne
Ave Nayski. Quineah received her GED. She went on to work and serve in the food industry.
Quineah loved her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ most of all. Quineah accepted Jesus Christ as her
personal savior at an early age under the leadership of Pastor Gilbert of Friendship Christian Center.
She served as a choir member in “God’s Gifted Children”. She later moved her membership to
Schwenkselder Ministry where she faithfully administered the Youth Ministry and made sure that all
her children attended church regularly.
Quineah conceived and brought 4 angels into the world; Yaqin, Ya’Nae, Yadris and Yaheem. She
was a devoted mother and friend to each one of them. Although, Quineah only birthed four children,
she was always planning and scheduling activities for every child she knew.
Quineah was best known for her compassion. She was always willing to lend a hand and assist
whenever she could. She would give the shirt off her back if you needed it. Her most joyous times
were giving block parties and celebrating every occasion. She loved dancing and singing; to know
her was to love her. But if you knew her, she was feisty. Quineah was one of the realist people you
could know, she was the first to help even when she had little to give. She was very protective of her
family and friends and would fight a bear if they got in the way. She loved fiercely. She was
Preceded her in death: Terrae Lynne Walker (Mother), Robert Hill (Grandfather), Betty Evans
She left to mourn: Husband: Timothy Matthews Four children: Yaqin, Ya’Nae, Yadris, Yaheem.
Father: Dewitt Johnson, Step-Mother: Callie Johnson; 5 Brothers: Lionel, Christopher, Yamir, Dewitt
and Dewitt. 4 Sisters; Brittani, Unique, Monae, and Maria.. Bonus Sister: Barbara Dykes.
GrandParents: Charles and Sarah Stevenson Grandfather: Lamont Evans.
Bonus Father: Leonard Strong and Bonus Grandmother: Esther Jones-Woodrit.
Aronda (Godmother) and April (Godmother).
Aunts: Kemesha, Nazahah (Gia), Victoria, Michelle, Tonia and Nyema. Uncles: Raheem and
Akeem. Four best friends: Ira, Jasmine, Myliah, Ayana. A host of nieces, nephews, uncles, aunts and friends.