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Ashley E. Johnson

November 19, 1985 – January 8, 2022

Ashley E. Johnson, 36, of Bordentown, passed away peacefully and unexpectedly on Saturday, January 8, 2022 at home.

Born in Trenton, she was a lifelong area resident. Ashley loved spending time with her family and enjoyed trips to the beach. She also to loved take pictures of everything and anything, including her kids, nieces and nephews, and food. Ashley was an incredible cook, she made delicious Shepherds pie, Vodka Rigatoni, and she had a tradition of Taco Tuesdays with her kids. She was a devoted mother, whose greatest joy in life were her kids. They would spend time watching Cobra Kai, In the Dark and many other shows. She was loving mother, granddaughter, sister, niece, aunt, and friend who will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.

Daughter of the late John H. Johnson III and Mary Holt Johnson; she is survived by her son Elijah Julius; and 2 daughters, Olivia Noel and Jahsina Bayley; brothers and sisters-in-law, John H. Johnson IV and wife Melissa, and Albert N. Johnson and wife Estelle; grandmother Catherine Johnson; aunts and uncles, William and Claire Holt, Noman H. Holt II, Harry Holt and Debbie Solek, Anne Holt Pasqua, Nancy and Steve Iacono, Tracy and Russell Barbiero, Julie and Dominick Mangine, Heidi Holt and Hany Serag, and Kathleen Johnson; one niece Anaiya; 7 nephews, Thomas, Jayden, Albert, Jr., Angelo, John V, Jaxx, Alanzo; and the father of her children, Bashaun Miller; as well as many cousins, other family members, and dear friends.

Visitation for family and friends will be held on Saturday, January 15, 2022 from 9:00-11:00 a.m. at the Buklad-Merlino Yardville Memorial Chapel, 30 Yardville-Allentown Road in Yardville.

Catholic prayer services will be held 11:00 a.m. at the Yardville Memorial Home.

Burial will follow in Our Lady of Lourdes Cemetery.

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Ashley, I will always remember the fun sleepovers at your house when we were kids & braiding your hair so it would be all big and wavy the next day. The memories at Nana’s during the holidays. You always had a huge smile! I’m so sorry for your family. I know how much you adored your children and how much your brothers loved you. You will surly be missed. I know you‘re flying up there with your mom and dad now and Nana, Gramps and the other family and friends that have gone before you. Sending love and light to all those grieving. xoxo Jessica


My Ashley...

My tubby... Our bond was unbreakable. From the minute you were brought home, I was the designated hair stylist 🤗 You brought my life such joy. If we weren't on the phone, we were together. You loved watching me do my makeup and get dressed and loved wearing my perfume & shoes. You loved everything about family and adored being with your brothers and all your cousins at Nana's. You would watch with excitement for all the holiday traditions and just loved being in a dress all done up! You had the most beautiful smile with dimples for days. Your loving and giving heart was infectious. You loved having your 2 brothers to love unconditionally, but w…


Claire Schaeffer-Holt
Claire Schaeffer-Holt

Ashley, You were such a beautiful person inside and out.You were a shining light in every one’s life who knew you.You will be greatly missed by your famiy,friends,and most of all your adoring children.May you Rest In Peace beautiful angel,we will miss uncle Bill and aunt Claire.💔🙏💔🙏💔🙏


#Hashweeforever ♥️ Fly with the angels 👼 Always the protector especially over your two brudders ♥️ God has taken you home to be with your Mom and Dad. Sleep in Peace sweetie. 🙏👼🤗🤗🤗🤗♥️♥️♥️ Aunt Tracy 🥰💋💝


I'll never forget the first time I held you. You had a beautiful head of dark black hair and the biggest dimples I've ever seen I tickled your face and you gave me a big smile . You had me at Hello .And I'll Love you forever! Uncle Norman.



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