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Naomi Henry

Naomi Jean Henry

Wednesday, May 27th, 2020
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Naomi Jean Johnson Henry
1945 – 2020

Naomi was born on September 25, 1945 in Missouri and went home to be with the Lord on May 27, 2020 in Bakersfield. She is a college graduate that pursued a degree in Nursing and then Accounting where she eventually chose accounting as her career. She loved being on Pool and Bowling leagues in her younger years. She also loved to crochet blankets, dolls and whatever she could get her hands on. Naomi was known from all in Taft as either Mom or Grandma. She was loved and very giving to all that knew her.

Naomi was preceded in death by her parents, Melvin and Opal Johnson; her brother-in-law, Art Bilyeu; her grandchildren, twins-Alexis and Bradley Johnson; and her two nephews, Tige Billyeu and Chris Johnson.

She is survived by her brother, Chester Johnson and his wife Barbara; Her sister, Deline Bilyeu; her brother, Rick Johnson and his wife, Sherrill; her children, Shelly Wolfe, Shambra Holder, and Ryan Johnson; her grandchildren, Jessi Wheeler, Brad Wheeler, Nathan Cobbs, Kelsea Holder, Drake Phipps, Kati Neece, Ashley Johnson, twins-Melvin and Landon Johnson, and Brantley Johnson; great-grandchildren, Mason Clemo, Riley Ward, Harlee Patterson, Adlee Martin and many nieces and nephews that she loved dearly.

Funeral Services are private to Family and Close Friends.
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Service Details

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    Friday, June 12th, 2020 | 11:00am
    When
    Friday, June 12th, 2020 11:00am
    Location
    Westside Cemetery District
    Address
    440 E. Cedar Street
    Taft, CA 93268
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Gene Jones

Posted at 05:01pm
Even though I only got 4 great years with you, you made it seem a lifetime. I wished I would have spent more time with you than I did and that is my loss. At least I get to hear ALL the great stories about how great of a mother you are from Shelly and your grandkids. Love and miss you, Your favorite soon to be son in law.
 
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Machell Carroll Posted at 07:38pm

I have such great memories of Aunt Naomi. As a kid growing up I spent so much time at her house with the cousins. Then as I got older I knew if I needed someone to talk to she was always there. She was a very special lady. I’m glad I got a chance to talk to her on the phone a couple of years ago even though we haven’t seen each other in many years.
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Stacy Warren

Posted at 04:55pm
So much of my childhood and young adult life was spent with Aunt Naomi! She brought me into the car business and I continued that career for over 15 years. She was was more than an Aunt to me! She was a confidant, friend and a second Mom ❤️❤️
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