Mrs. Vernon Solomon Johnson was born on July 12, 1952 in Darlington County, South Carolina. She was the loving daughter of the late Henry and Lorraine Jett Solomon. Our beloved Vernon Solomon Johnson heard our Master’s call and answered from her residence, on Friday, September 17, 2021. She took flight and went home to be with our Lord. She was freed from the struggle of life.
She received her formal education in Darlington County Public Schools and was a Class of 1970 graduate from Butler High School in Darlington, South Carolina and later attended Benedict College in Columbia, South Carolina.
She was a faithful member of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church in Hartsville, South Carolina, until her health declined.
She was joined in holy matrimony to the late Levern Johnson.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Henry and Lorraine Jett Solomon; her husband, Levern Johnson; a brother, Henry “June” Solomon; two sisters, Ethel Allsbrooks and Verley Cotton; a granddaughter, ShDiamond Graham; and three brothers-in-law, Hubert Allsbrooks, Bogon Cotton and John Jackson.
Surviving to cherish her loving memories: her children, Angela Solomon (Antonio Johnson), Albert Solomon, Tonya Dukes, and a special son, Clinton McPhail; seven grandchildren, Arldadita Graham of Darlington, South Carolina, Denardo Graham of Greenville, South Carolina, Frederick Dukes, Jr. of Darlington, South Carolina, Joswan Martin of Hartsville, South Carolina, Corporal Clinton McPhail, Jr. of Germany, TyQuan McPhail of Darlington, South Carolina, and Joshua McPhail of Darlington, South Carolina; six great grandchildren, Ayonia Clemmons, Amariya Windham, Aubrielle, Windham, Marelle Windham, Jr., Jalayla Dukes, and Denardo Graham, Jr.; one brother, Robert Solomon (Annie Mae Solomon), three sisters, Lucy Mae Solomon, Josephine Jackson, and Mary Letha Solomon; one sister-in-law, Addie Solomon; and a host of nephews, nieces, other relatives, and friends.
The family will receive friends at 618 Society Avenue, Hartsville, SC. Due to COVID 19 Restrictions - Mask are required.
Please keep the family of Mrs. Vernon Solomon Johnson in your thoughts and prayers.