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Clauness "Money King" Johnson

Clauness "Money King" Johnson

5/14/2018 9:28:58 AM

Funeral Service for the late Clauness “Money King” Johnson age 70 years of Red Sea, Soldier Road and formerly of James Cistern, Eleuthera will be held on Saturday May 12th, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at Ebenezer Methodist Church, East Shirley Street. Officiating will be Rev’d Milton Lightbourne and Rev’d Godfrey Bethel assisted by other ministers of the Gospel. Interment will follow in Ebenezer Cemetery.

 

Left to cherish his fond and loving memories are his one daughter: Clunise Johnson; three sons: Deon, Dario, and Chrispin Johnson; three sisters: Agnes, Frances and Elaine “EJ” Johnson; one sister-in-law: Mary Johnson; one adopted brother : James Johnson; numerous nieces and nephews: Ena Symonette, Shirley Johnson, Sandra Rolle, Marilyn smith, Tracey Adderley, Tany Brown, Tanya Griffin, Patrice (Irwin) Phelps, Veronique (Kirkland) Sands, Karen Johnson, Desdemona Gibbs, Margo Gibbs, Denise (Terrance) Allen-Pinder, Louisa Williams, Lynn-Michelle (Bobby) Dames, Leonard Johnson, Charles Johnson, Leron Johnson, Jipcho (Sherelle) Johnson, Wayden Williams, Ivry (Denise) Johnson and Cohen (Kenyatta) Johnson; special thanks: The staff of the Princess Margaret Hospital especially the Accident & Emergency Ward, Male Medical Ward # 1, Dr. Rickey Davis, Dr. Sears & Staff, Dr. Keir Miller, Nurse Lyndianne Rahming & Family, Sis. Stephanie Poitier, Racquel Bowleg, Vergie Johnson, Lino Diez & Jeff Quinto of The Phillipines, The Ebenezer Methodist Church family especially Rev. Milton Lightbourne & Rev. Godfrey Bethell, The entire Bahamas Power & Light Family, especially The Clifton Pier Division, Hon. Philip “Brave” Davis, The Management & Staff of Davis & Co, The Management & Staff of Bahamasair Holdings Ltd., The Entire Management & Staff of Sir Lynden Pindling Airport, The Entire family of James Cistern, Eleuthera, Pastor Alfred Stewart and family, The Red Sea Drive, Soldier Road family and a host of other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

 

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