Jami Danell Johnson
August 15, 1983 – January 18, 2023
Jami Danell Johnson (Yeskovich) unexpectedly passed away on Wednesday, January 18 at the age of 39 from complications related to aHUS, a rare autoimmune disease. Born August 15, 1983, in New Castle, Pennsylvania, Jami went to Monaca High School and graduated from Robert Morris University at the top of her class with a bachelor’s degree in graphic arts. She moved to Northern Virginia to pursue a job with Custom Ink in August 2008. She started as an expert production artist then associate manager until 2014. She then became an art director at Thousand Oaks Barrel Co. then a Digital Specialist for ABC Imaging before her health prevented her from working regularly. She loved to create things for others, from diamond paintings to knitting blankets. She always enjoyed life and made everyone around her laugh with her infectious spirit. She always lit up the room with her beauty and smile. She was proceeded in death by her Mother Cami Yeskovich; Grandmother Edith Yeskovich and Grandfather Joseph Yeskovich Sr. Jami is survived by her husband Christopher Johnson; her father Joseph Yeskovich Jr.; her brother Joseph Yeskovich III; her sister-in-law Heather Yeskovich; her nephews Ayden Yeskovich and Dominic Yeskovich; her father-in-law Kent Johnson; mother-in-law Valera Johnson; brother-in-law’s Bradley Johnson and Daniel Johnson; sister-in-law Amy Johnson; and nephew Brayden Johnson. A memorial service will be held at 10 am Saturday, January 28 at Church of the Epiphany – Anglican, 3863 Centerview Drive Suite 100, in Chantilly, Virginia. Another memorial service is planned in Monaca, Pennsylvania, with a date to be determined. In lieu of flowers, her husband has set up a Go Fund Me page (https://gofund.me/353b4fd0) to help cover various costs (medical bills, cremation, etc.) See the link below.See more See Less
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