Charlie Buck Johnson, Jr., son of the late Charles Buck Johnson and Maggie Lillie Mae Clifford, was born on November 21, 1954 in Northampton County, Virginia. He departed this life on April 11, 2019 at Riverside Shore Memorial Hospital in Onancock, Virginia.
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Charlie Buck was educated in the public schools of Northampton County. After high school he joined the workforce at Byrd’s Foods in Greenbush, Virginia. He later gained employment at Perdue Farms as a Machine Operator and dedicated twenty years until his health began to fail.
Charlie Buck accepted Christ at an early age at Shorter’s Chapel A.M.E. Church in Bridgetown, Virginia. In July 2014, he rededicated his life to Christ at New Life Deliverance Church under the leadership of his sister, Pastor Diane Jones. He would often say to his pastor, “I’ll be okay because God got me.”
On June 8, 1985, Charlie Buck married the love of his life and the apple of his eye, Linda Ann Wilson Johnson in Pungoteague, Virginia. They shared thirty-three years of blissful marriage until God opened the flood gates of heaven and called him home to his eternal resting place.
“Uncle Pudding,” as he was affectionately known, was an outgoing and loving person. He possessed a kindhearted smile, that could light up any room and he was always the “life of the party.”
In addition to his parents, Charlie Buck was preceded in death by his loving brother, Nelson Lee Perkins; four brothers-in-law, John Wilson, Wayne Wilson, Robert Lee Conquest, and Johnnie Jones; three sisters-in-law, Etta Bagwell, Ella Mae Conquest, and Emma Mapp; one nephew, Marcus Johnson; and one niece, Ingra Fitchett.
Charlie Buck will truly be missed and cherished by: his loving wife of thirty-three years, Linda Ann Johnson; three sons, Quinton (Kiasha) Johnson, Trevor (Lakeisa) Brown, and Terry (Sandra) Robinson; one daughter, Ashley Johnson; special future son-in-law, Victor Drummond; two special young ladies that were like his daughters, Nikola Custis and India Milburn; five grandchildren, Keymyia Johnson, Nadijah Brown, Tamyia Brown, Tanaiah Brown, and Antonio Robinson; one brother, Willie (Rebecca) Johnson; five sisters, Etta (Delando) Williams, Shirley (Barry) Parker, Pastor Diane Jones, Martha (Allen) Riley, and Lolita (James) Hall; four brothers-in-law, Jasper Wilson, Calvin (Darlene) Wilson, Raymond Wilson, and William Wilson; four sisters-in-law, Shirley (William) Allen, Pastor Diane (Apostle Lenwood) Wright, Gladys Perkins, and Nancy Wilson; one uncle, Preston Johnson; one aunt, Rose Mae Harmon; six very special friends that were dear to him, Charles Pettit, Avon Garrison, Fred Parker, Victor Hall, Jessie Johnson, and Jamel Bingham; a special father-figure, James Rose; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.