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Felicia Monique Robertson

January 4, 1972 ~ April 1, 2019 (age 47)

Felicia Robertson was born January 4, l97Z to Doris Fay Johnson and Arthur Robertson-r in Sacramento, California. She attended Marian Anderson Elementary School, Kit Carson Middle School, and Sacramento High School, where she graduated in 1990.
She worked for UC Davis Medical Center for 15 plus years, and Kaiser Permanente for a few years. She also worked alongside her cousin Former Mayor of Sacramento Kevin Johnson for St. Hope Academy with many projects within the company. Felicia loved singing on her Karaoke Machine to the hits of Mariah Carey and Beyonce just to name a couple. She was very smart and poised. She devoted her time with her children at a young age. She loved taking trips to the Bay Area and Las Vegas, playing Soft Ball, going to the Drive Inn, and Skating. One of her favorite things to do was loading her deep freezer with food and cooking steak, lobster, and gumbo on a regular basis.
She passed away peacefully on April 1, 2019, surrounded by her family. She accepted Christ at an early age and attended Christ Temple Missionary Baptist Church (Her Family Church) under the leadership of the late Rev. Edward L. Murchison.
Felicia otherwise known as "Fe-Fe or Flee" to her family and friends. She was a beautiful woman, a wonderful mother, a good friend, and excellent cook. She was funny and full of life.
She was preceded in death by her Mother Doris Fay Johnson, her Father Arthur Robertson, Her Grandmother Lucy M. Robertson, Her Grandfather Herbert L. Robertson, Her Granpa Inman Johnson, and her Step Son Lil Nate James.
Felicia leaves to cherish her memories: Her Sons Alonzo Johnson Sr., Natay James, Her one and only Daughter Nataya James, Her Grandson Alonzo Johnson Jr., Her Brothers Lawrence Louis, Ronald Williams, (Nakeyma Williams) Arthur Robertson Jr., Her Sisters Tiffany Walker, Shoshana Robertson, Toi Walker, and a host of family, relatives and friends.

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