My deepest condolences to the family.May you find comfort in knowing that your dear one is safe in the memory of God, who will remember every detail about him and bring him back again. Acts 24:15
Matthew, Dan’s son and Carol Johnson miss Dan everyday. We find comfort in knowing that he truly loved us and he knew we loved him. We also find comfort in knowing that he is at peace now. His last few years were met with disappointment and a longing to spend time in Georgia. God knew the heartache he was in and his longing to be with his first family. His memory has been etched in our hearts and his son, Matthew, is the image of his father. His first family–first wife and son–talked to Dan everyday and did not see him as often as we would have liked. Dan would make surprise visits to Georgia and we have very wonderful memories of those. Much of his early life was not mentioned but Dan has a vast loving extended family and close friends in Pittsburgh. Matthew is very sad that he was not a part of the decision making for his father’s memorial service but was ignored. We are happy that Dan was in our lives and that God took him home to remove him from the misery, heartache and neglect he experienced during the last few years of his life. We are glad that God had the final say and that Dan cannot be hurt anymore. We find comfort in that we both had a chance to talk to him before he was called home and tell him he was loved here on earth by us. We know that we will see him again.
Matthew, son and Carol Johnson
Daniel C. Johnson, 68, passed away in his home on January 18, 2021 in Newburgh, Indiana. He was born to his parents, Clarence and Maude (Lesuer) Johnson in Pennsylvania on April 27, 1952.
He graduated from Arnold High School in 1971. After that, he went on to work as a line mechanic until his retirement from Alcoa. As a man of faith, he attended Saint James Baptist Church in Evansville, Indiana. He was a handyman and loved to work with his hands. Danny liked playing basketball and was a huge sports fan, especially of the Pittsburgh, Steelers. He loved listening to music and photography. He was a people person and had a good sense of humor. He was a hard worker and an honest man. He was a truly family man and loved spending time with his loved ones.
Preceding Daniel in death are his parents and his sister, Mary Margaret Johnson.
Surviving Daniel are his wife of fourteen years, April Johnson; his sister, Karen (Peter) Danzmayr; his children, Daniel (Kimberly) Stevens and Matthew Johnson; his stepchildren, Alexis Miller and Apriel Miller; his niece, Jenny Danzmeyer; his grandchildren, DeAvion Cabell, Meilani Miller, Clayton Edwin Stevens, and Justin Michael Stevens; his sister-in-law, Melody Collins; and a host of other beloved extended family members.
Visitation will be held at Sunset Funeral Home on Friday, January 22nd from 11am-1pm with service to follow immediately at 1pm. Service will be livestreamed via Zoom.US. Please call Sunset at 812-477-5316 for the login information.
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