She had a great ability to make new friends and to make people laugh.

At quarter-horse shows, Norma Jean Johnson was known for the smile on her face and her willingness to help all exhibitors. Johnson, 62, had been executive secretary for the Defense Investigative Services since June 1989. Fellow Oklahoma Quarter Horse Association member Mary Camfield said Johnson and her husband, Carlos Johnson, began their involvement with horse shows when their daughter and grandson began showing. “She learned to be quite a help with the grooming,” Camfield said. She had four children, five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

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Norma "Jean" Johnson
Norma "Jean" Johnson
Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building
3rd Floor
Defense Security Service

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