Nancy Johnson 1936 ~ 2005 This life's journey for Nancy Rae Johnson ended in New York City from an ongoing battle with cancer on January 2, 2005, opening the path for her next journey in the hereafter. Nancy was born to Henry C. and Helen (McMullin) Johnson in Murray, Utah on October 16, 1936. She graduated from Jordan High School and attended Brigham Young University. Nancy had a true artistic flair, and following her bohemian bent, moved to Portland, Oregon and later to New York City, where she built a successful graphic design business, "Aenja". The onset of cancer impelled Nancy to the study and practice of alternative medicine and healing. It was there that her propensity and passion were discovered. Her transcendent skills and accomplishments as a "Hands On Healer" was credited worldwide. The need for her abilities became imminent to the time her graphics business would allow so she chose to close it, and devote herself to healing others. Nancy adopted two sisters, Crystal and Denise Wood. This led to the other true passion in her life, Michael and Krystal (Denise's children), who she raised with patience and love until the time of her death. Nancy is survived by Denise Wood, Michael Lugo and Krystal Correa all of New York City, sisters: Nola Jensen, Shirley (Niles) Pierce, Flavo (James) Johnson, and Charlotte Johnson, many nieces, nephews and friends worldwide. She was preceded in death by her parents, Beverly Hawker (sister) of Sandy, Utah, and Crystal Wood of New York City. Nancy will be deeply missed for her unconditional love, remembered for her passion in life . . . eternalized by the curative white light she will forever illuminate. A celebration will be held in New York City on Friday, January 30, 2005 with one to follow in Sandy, UT on Feb. 5 at 10140 S. 700 E. Lone Peak Park Pavilion from 5-10 p.m.