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Dartania Johnson

Dartania Margen Johnson

Tuesday, September 12th, 1972 - Thursday, April 2nd, 2020
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Obituary

Petty Officer 3rd class Aviation Electricians Mate, Dartania Margene Johnson a United States Navy Veteran entered into eternal rest on Thursday, April 2, 2020 at Ochsner Medical Center in Kenner, LA after he succumbed to COVID19. Affectionately known as “Uncle Da, Dar, Dart” was born September 12, 1972 in Lutcher, LA to the union of Wilbert and Rita Mae Johnson Jr.

He was a native of Reserve, LA (Cornland) and resided in Laplace,LA. He accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized at Beech Grove Baptist Church in Reserve, LA by the late Rev. Wesley Anderson Sr. As a young man, he became a member of Providence No. 2 Baptist Church in Montz, LA, under the leadership of the late Rev. Donald Brown Sr. He was a graduate of East St. John High School in LaPlace, LA (C/O 1991) and from there, he enlisted in the United States Navy. He was employed at Cargill in Reserve, LA for eighteen years as a Control Room Operator. Dart was loved and respected by many for his outgoing, dedicated, full of life personality and was also a Co-Founder of Secret Society, a local organization founded on the roots of service and brotherhood.

He leaves to cherish his memories his precious daughter Darvi Malia Johnson. He is survived by his fiancé Vionne Miller, her son Taylor “TMillz” Miller, his devoted mother Rita Mae Johnson, father Wilbert (Gayle) Johnson Jr., five sisters Alecia Johnson of Reserve , LA , Chandrika Johnson of Laplace , LA , DeLois Johnson of New Orleans, LA , Danielle (Michael Davis Jr.) of Laplace, LA and Bianca Johnson of New Orleans, LA; one brother, Randy Johnson of Temple, TX, nine nieces, three nephews and three great-nieces and nephews, his God-parents Ophelia Richardson-Tyler and Jefferi Kelson and a host of aunties, uncles, other relatives and friends.

He is preceded in death by his brother Morial “Moe” Johnson, his maternal grandparents Wilson and Josephine Jones Sr, paternal grandparents Wilbert and Alberta Johnson Sr., Aunts Elmira Batiste, Thelma Johnson and Yvonne Johnson-Lumar, Uncles Warren Jones, Harold Van, Wallace, Patrick “Claude” and Wilfred Johnson and cousins Kenyara Hornsby and Amber Jones.

Pastors, officers and members of Providence No.2 and Beech Grove Baptist Church, Cargill, St. John the Baptist and Orleans Parish School Systems, Marathon Refinery, DENKA “DuPont”, Orleans Parish Assessors Office ,Tulane University, State Farm Insurance Agency and LaPlace Fair Grounds, Family and Friend's, our family would like to thank you for your warmest prayers, wishes and thoughts. Due to COVID19, the family also ask that you respect governmental guidelines.

To share condolences and thoughts, and to sign guest book, please visit: www.treasurefunerals.com Final care entrusted to Treasures of Life Funeral Services, 315 E. Airline Highway, Gramercy, LA 70052.

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Cassie Rittierodt

Posted at 03:13am
So hard to hear this news but my prayers and condolences go out to all of your family. It’s been quite a while since we connected but just know you always held a special place in my heart. Get your rest friend and we’ll see you on the flip side. God Bless and Rest In Peace🙏

Mike Garcia

Posted at 02:35pm
It’s been a couple days since I heard the news and it still is hard to believe. I’m glad we got to spend time with you a couple years ago. It was good to hear your laugh and see that big smile. You will be missed dearly by your navy family. Gone way too soon brother! May you Rest In Peace. Prayers for your daughter and Vionne. May God Bless you always.
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Sonyia Williams

Posted at 12:33pm
Sonyia Williams McKarry, Gabrielle McKarry, & Delores May Williams

God is our refuge and strength an ever - present help in trouble. - Ps. 46:1
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Virak Riem

Posted at 06:16pm
May you rest in piece Dart and condolences to your family. I served with Dart in the US Navy and as a plane captain, Dart always had a style and coolness factor that we all enjoyed. He always brought smiles to everyone’s face and cared for others in need. I am honored to have served with him and will always continue to honor him as he is laid to rest.
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Holly Landry

Posted at 03:21am
You will forever be missed . Especially by Joey he is still in disbelief. Dart you will be missed by
always treated me like a sister. You will forever hold a special place in our heart. Get your rest
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