723373 - Darrol E. Johnson & Lydia Marcum
HUSBND: Johnson, Darrol E.
BIRTH>: 05-Dec-1931 Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana
MARR.>: __-___-19__
DEATH>: 03-Sep-1990 Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana
BURIAL: McCray Cemetery, Wilkinson, Indiana
FATHER: JOHNSON, Ronald [72337]
MOTHER: YANT, Ethyl Victoria

WIFE>>: MARCUM, Lydia
BIRTH>: __-___-19__
DEATH>: __-___-____
BURIAL:
FATHER: MARCUM, ?
MOTHER: ?

[7233731] JOHNSON, Terry (md. COTNER, Ronald
[7233732] JOHNSON, Jessica (md. THORNSBERRY, Ernest)
[7233733] JOHNSON, Paula (md. ASBERRY, ?)
[7233734] JOHNSON, Rose (md. McNEIL, ?)
[7233735] JOHNSON, Sammie Earl (died in infancy)
[7233736] JOHNSON, Douglas McGee (of Tampa, Fla. in 1990)


Obituary: The Muncie (IN) Star of Tue. 06-Sep-1990 p.6

Darrol E. Johnson, 58

NEW CASTLE, Ind. -- Darrol E. Johnson, 58, 1620 B Ave., died Sunday in Veterans Administration Hospital in Indianapolis after a long illness.
He was born in Fort Wayne and reared in Shirley. He lived there and in the Markleville area for most of his life before moving to New Castle 10 years ago.
He was a veteran of the U.S. Army, having served during the Korean War, and received the Purple Heart, three bronze stars, and several other awards. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1282.
Surviving are his wife, Lydia Marcum Johnson; four daughters, Terry (Mrs. Ronald) Cotner, Jessica (Mrs. Ernest) Thornsberry and Paula Asberry, all of New Castle, and Rose McNeil, Alexandria; a son, Douglass McGee, Tampa, Fla.; several grandchildren; his mother Ethyl Bainter, Pendleton; a sister, Janice (Mrs. David) Stearns, Crawfordsville; two brothers, Alton and Walter Johnson, both of Greenfield; several nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles.
He was preceded in death by a son, Sammie Earl Johnson.
Services will be at 2 p.m. today in Estell Funeral Home, Shirley, with Rev. Phyllis Roach officiating. Burial will be in McCray Cemetery at Wilkinson.
Military graveside rites will be conducted by the VFW and American Legion posts.


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