Johnson’s Funeral Home was established in 1960 at 1605 East 24th Street by Mr. James A. Johnson Sr. In 1972, Johnson’s Funeral Home became Johnson’s Home of Memory and moved to 1025 East 14th Street. In 1977, Johnson’s Home of Memory moved to 727 Waughtown Street where it is currently located. In 1984, Johnson’s Home of Memory started carrying Howard-Robinson Funeral Home name. One of the oldest black funeral homes in Winston-Salem. Mr. James A. Johnson died August 14, 1993. Mrs. Ella T. Johnson carried the business on from August 1993 on until July 2012, at which time her son Monte R. Johnson took over the day to day business operations. Johnson’s-Howard-Robinson Home of Memory continues to be family owned and operated with a main focus on giving the best quality funeral and cremation services at the most economical prices.
The caring and experienced professionals at Johnson's Home of Memory are here to support you through this difficult time. We offer a range of personalized services to suit your family’s wishes and requirements. You can count on us to help you plan a personal, lasting tribute to your loved one. And we’ll carefully guide you through the many decisions that must be made during this challenging time.
You are welcome to call us at any time of the day, any day of the week, for immediate assistance. Or, visit our funeral home in person at your convenience. We also provide a wealth of information here on our web site so you can learn more from the privacy of your own home. We may be contacted at 336-788-3910 (office), 336-785-1147 (fax), or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.