Salon 15

Ashley L. Fadiora

September 28, 1984 ~ August 26, 2021 (age 36)


Ashley Lolita Johnson – Fadiora was born on September 28, 1984 to Thomas Johnson (who preceded her in death) and Terri Diggs.

Ashley acted on Romans 10:9.

Cathedral Christian Academy was where her educational foundation began, thereafter attending the Harford Heights Elementary School’s Gifted and Talented Program. Ashley then went on to attend Northeast Middle where she met and befriended Amos Fadiora who later in life would become her husband. After Northeast Middle she attended and graduated from the PLDH. (PPO3). Ashley continued her studies at Coppin State University earning a BS in Psychology. Furthering her education, Ashley attended the University Of Maryland School Of Social Work obtaining a Master’s Degree in Social Work and also earning her License as a LCSW-C.

She had an extensive professional career and her work ethic was always professional; she exhibited both commitment and dedication. Ashley was able to maintain a 3.5 GPA and work full time at BWI/TSA.

As a result of her extensive education Ashley also acquired employment with St. Vincent where she impacted both the residents and staff. That wasn’t enough as her intense care for humans and the ability to have a quality of life, she created and single handedly presented the Wake Up and Move conference which was geared to enhancing the lives of Fathers and Sons.

That too was not enough, as the time came for her professional career to move higher and help more individuals as she secured employment with Leading by Example Practice where she utilized her LCSW-C skills to assist to better the lives of the population they served.

Ashley was always yearning for higher, thence creating with her childhood friend from kindergarten, whose name is also Ashley (affectionately known as Ashley #1) their first business venture Little Picasso, a sip and Paint mobile social event for children 12 and under. Out of that venture alongside her husband Amos, Nova’s Play Gym, a safe play yard for children 5 and under was established.

Little did they know while attending Northeast Middle School that on May 3, 2016 they would be joined in Holy Matrimony.

Out of this union one son was born, Nova Ifeoluwa Fadiora whom she thought the world of.

Ashley’s memoires continue to flourish in the heart of her husband Amos Fadiora; her loving mother, Terri Fulp; brother, Zaynah Bull whom she affectionately called Brother Bear; in laws, Pastor John and Josephine Fadiora; brother in Law, Allen and sister in Law, Alice (Sam); paternal grandmother, Barbara Pate and maternal grandfather, Paul (Sonny) Diggs; godparents David & Monica Brown and Sydney & Barbara White; one Godson, Carter Blue and one goddaughter Aubrey Kahrim. Numerous Aunts, Uncles, cousins and many other family members and friends. Also to cherish her memories are the remaining four of the “FAB FIVE” –

Ashley #1, Nzinga, Stephanike, & Tonjua. Two other special Sista’s Deidre and Zakiyyah and her loving big cousin/sister Quiana.

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Walk Through Viewing
September 10, 2021

4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Calvin B. Scruggs Funeral Home
1412 E. Preston Street
Baltimore, MD 21213

September 11, 2021

9:00 AM
Pending location and time
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Funeral Service
September 11, 2021

9:30 AM
Pending location and time
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September 11, 2021

12:00 PM
Gardens Of Faith Memorial Gardens
5598 Trumps Mill Rd
Baltimore, MD 21206

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