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“I Worked with Shawn last year. On our lunch breaks we would talk and laugh the whole time. He is truly missed. My sincere condolences to his family. ”
1 of 8 | Posted by: Kandice Randolph - Friend

“I Worked with Shawn last year. On our lunch breaks we would talk and laugh the whole time. He is truly missed. ”
2 of 8 | Posted by: Kandice - Friend

“I Worked with Shawn last year. On our lunch breaks we would talk and laugh the whole time. He is truly missed. ”
3 of 8 | Posted by: Kandice - Friend

“I keep coming to this page since his service... I did not realize how hard this was going to be for me. I keep reading and crying as I reminisce...Read More »
4 of 8 | Posted by: Karen Randall - Suitland, MD

“41 years ago, I was blessed with giving birth to you. I nurtured and raised you into manhood. Throughout those years, you and your brothers was all...Read More »
5 of 8 | Posted by: MICHELLE Wallace-White - MD

“Shawn was an awesome brother in law. He helped Derell and I move once and we had A LOT of stuff and I didn't have to lift a finger. Literally. Shawn...Read More »
6 of 8 | Posted by: LaWanda Wallace - Family

“My brother had a sense of humor that was electric. I miss sitting up with him and watching classic movies and listening to him impersonate the actors...Read More »
7 of 8 | Posted by: Derell Wallace - Fredericksburg, VA

“Shawn was a great guy to work with. So happy, so upbeat! He was fun to be around. He loved talking about his son and the Buffalo Bills. The...Read More »
8 of 8 | Posted by: A. Scott - Chantilly, VA


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Conrad Dushawn Johnson was born in Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City on March 1, 21979 to Robin "Michelle" Wallace and the late Conrad Edward Johnson. "Shawn" was a lover of sports, art and music. He had a spiritual connection to reggae music, specifically Bob Marley whom he studied fervently. During the earlier parts of his adulthood he passionately pursued a career in the music industry as a hip-hop artist recording in professional studios,creating numerous demos and singles, and performing live on many occasions. Among his many talents were his artistic abilities. He could sketch, create marketing logos and cartoon draw elegantly. Early life began in the church where he attended Catholic school in Fort Lee, New Jersey. From the beginning The Word of God was deeply etched in his heart and soul. His high school days were filled with organized basketball at which he also excelled. Near the end of his life he originated and maintained a sports web page on Facebook, aptly titled "Jeter tha dog". He named the site after his favorite baseball player: Derek Jeter. His articles were unique to his persona and the artwork was personally created. The site offered news and updates, along with his points of view with regards to baseball, basketball, and football. The teams and players. He offered his insight with a street edge-focusing on players not commonly exhibited in the mainstream media. Shawn is survived by his son Iziah Dushawn Johnson ("Ziggy"). Mother and stepfather Gary and Michelle (Wallace) White, his siblings Derell Wallace (LaWanda) and Devin Hill. He was uncle to Sherell, Tyanna, Delyn, Desiree and Andrew. Also,among his suvrivors: Uncle Robert "Chuck" Wallace (Aunt Donna) and Aunt Vanessa Wallace (Late Uncle Cedric Wallace Sr.), cousins Kisha, Cedric Jr., Kiyana,Christopher, Jonathan, Nicole,Robert Jr., and Melinda. His young cousins: Vincent, Amari, Amira,Harper, Carter, Mackenzie, Zanai,Nathai, Sage, Ethan, Elijah and Elias. In addition, a host of dear friends and extended family. We love you. We will miss you until we meet again.