Arlington Johnson Jr

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Home celebration for Arlington Johnson Jr. affectionately called ‘Bula’ age 63 of Nassau Village will be held on Saturday April 13th, 2013 at 11am at New Bethany Baptist Church; Balfour Avenue and Key West Street. Officiating will be Pastor Victor Cooper

Left to cherish his memories are: Grandson: Wellington Adderley Jr. Four Brothers: Vincent, Carl, Jonathan and Frank Johnson. One Stepbrother: Ronald Brooks, Four Sisters: Beautymae Hunt, Lauramae Darville, Esther Johnson (Minnesota), Evangelist Dianna Wildgoose (Tennessee); Two Sisters in Law: Mary and Jane Johnson; Two Brothers in Law: Oscar Hunt and Kenneth Darville; one aunt: Ellen Collie (Holly Florida) Twenty Eight Nieces and Nephews: Maria Vincent Johnson, Aline Smith, Alexander Smith (Deerfield Beach) Lisa, Veronica, and Nona and 170 Edwin Hunt, Gregory Taylor (West Palm), Darshanna, Delicia, and Degria Robinson, Dexter, Kyron, and Nicole Robinson (Minnesota), Nicoya Ingraham (Atlanta, Georgia), Rev. Carl Johnson, Andrea, Maurice and Petula Johnson, Shanda and Franklyn Johnson, Latoya McPhee, Joel Wildgoose Jr., Latoya and Marco Archer and Keva Collie (Deerfield); Nieces and Nephews in law: Frank Thompson, Shareen Johnson and Jeffery Ingram (Atlanta Georgia); Great Grand Nieces and Nephews; Cousins: Urilla Collie (New York), Julia Nottage, Bruce Thriumph and Kendal Deveaux, Georgina Johnson, Millicient Mille, Nora Conyers and family and Thelma Demeritte and family, Numerous other relatives and special friend including: Vincent Churchill Rolle, The Hunt Family, Van Johnson, Veronica Johnson, Joyce Bell and family, Jemeico Stuart, Irene Williams, Norma Rolle, Cenie Knowles, Ms. William, David Armbrister, Renard Bain, Patrice Hunt, Barry Williams, Faye Cooper (Massachusetts) Eileen Angol (Miami, Florida), Dawn Hanna, Administration staff and students of C. H. Reeves Junior High and Uriah McPhee Primary Schools, Ms. Moss and the entire Mathew Street, Tanya Mayor and Elmina Hunt.

Viewing will be held at Vaughn O. Jones Memorial Centre, Mount Royal and Talbot Street on Friday from 10am to 6pm.