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Darryl L. Johnson
May 8, 1965 ~ September 24, 2022 (age 57) 57 Years Old
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KEWANEE – Darryl L. Johnson, 57, of Kewanee, died at 11:52 p.m., Saturday, September 24,2022 at Toulon Rehabilitation and Health Care Center.
Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, October 8 at Rux Funeral Home in Kewanee. Visitation will be held one hour prior to the services at the funeral home. Burial will be in Pleasant View Cemetery. Memorials may be directed to his family.
He was born May 8,1965 in Water Valley, MS. the son of Willie White and Asilene Johnson. At 18 months of age Darryl’s mother passed away and he was raised by his grandmother, Daisy Johnson. He is survived by his five children: Darryl Johnson, Derrick Johnson, Jason Angel, Ashley Angel and Alexis Miller, his brother, Bob Johnson, twenty-one grandchildren and his aunts, Irene Johnson and Annie Witley-Motes both of Davenport, IA and Lillie Mae Roberts and Levonca Hoskins, both of Water Valley, MS and an uncle, Willie Johnson of Davenport, IA. He was preceded in death by his parents.
Darryl graduated from Davenport West High School in 1983 and had worked at Dollar General. He enjoyed cars and motorcycles, listening to music and fishing. Darryl also enjoyed hanging out with family and friends and especially being around his grandchildren.
His children would like to thank the family and friends who were there for their father during this difficult journey. Any bit of help did not go unnoticed. Thank you!
“You are always loved and never forgotten. May your soul rest in peace.”