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Kailee Loa-Sugihara, a rising sophomore civil engineering major, also experienced Johnson’s maternal instinct.
“She was such a mom to all of us,” she said. “She would always text us to make sure we were in the place we needed to be. It may not seem like a big deal, but in a time where people are so cutthroat and only think about themselves, Alex was the complete opposite. She was selfless.”
Kyle Taylor, a rising sophomore journalism major and deputy sports editor at The Huntington News ufx pl , attested to her overall uniqueness as an individual.
“She was confident and genuine,” Taylor said. “She was always going to be Alex, always very true to herself.”
According to Cabrera, Johnson’s future goals included spending a summer session in Argentina, minoring in Spanish and potentially pursuing a career in sports medicine.
Johnson’s funeral service will be held at Memorial Baptist Church in New York City on Friday, June 24. She is survived by her mother Cheryl, sisters Selena and Alicia Johnson and her older brother.
Johnson’s friends said they will remember her for her trademark radiant personality.
“She was such a spirit and a light,” Cabrera said. “No matter what you felt about her, you felt it. I knew she was special since the moment I met her. It didn’t take her passing for me to recognize that.”
Grief counseling is available for students through University Health and Counseling Services, WeCare and the Center for Spirituality Dialogue and Service. Staff at the John D. O’Bryant African American Institute are also available to support students during this difficult time.
Courtesy of Alexandra Johnson, Facebook