Susan Johnson has been in the foster parent and adoption world for many years and when asked why she wanted to become a CASA, she state “I want to help children”. Susan has gone above and beyond while working her case. She has traveled many hours to see the children involved in the case and has single-handedly directed the case by advocating for the termination of parents rights, when no one else would. Her volunteer Supervisor, Jarah stated that “Susan is a firm believer in what’s best for those children and she continues to fight for them on a daily basis”. This case has been going on for eight years and Susan has been on the case since March, 2010.
Susan lives in Borger Texas and works for Chevron Phillips Chemical Company and is married to Ronnie Johnson who also is employed with Chevron Phillips Chemical Company. They have fostered and adopted many children over the years and have a very large family.
Susan is a member of Trinity Fellowship Church in Amarillo and volunteers at Borger High Booster Club, Borger High Cross Country Booster and Borger High Choir Booster. Susan’s strengths have been described as passionate, loving, caring and determined.
Susan, we appreciate all you have done for your case and for the Amarillo Area CASA program. It is volunteers like you who make a difference in the lives of foster children in the Texas Panhandle.
Thank you for your commitment to children and for saving the lives of foster children for years. We are blessed by you!