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Donald Washington Johnson Jr., 22, of Huntingtown died May 27, 2012, at his residence.

He was born Sept. 28, 1989, in Annapolis, to Brenda and Donald Johnson Sr.

He attended Calvert County Public Schools and graduated from Huntingtown High School. He had several jobs and was currently employed at IHOP in Prince Frederick.

He, who was known as Junior, was a young entrepreneur who loved to be creative with his artwork by creating drawings and making T-shirts, which he sold to family members. He loved playing basketball. As a young kid, he always loved playing the drums. He was a very kind and loving young man who always flashed that million-dollar smile whenever he greeted people. He was a young man who knew and loved the Lord. He grew up in the church and was currently a member of Vineyard Deliverance Evangelistic Church in Mechanicsville.

He is survived by his parents, Brenda and Donald Johnson Sr.; sisters, Devonia Johnson, Danielle Johnson and Jessica Johnson; grandparents, Arthur and Landous Creek; uncles, Arthur Evans, Bobby and his wife, Gladys Creek, Clifton and his wife, Paulette Creek, and Steve and his wife, Nina Creek; aunts, Bertina and her husband, Jesse Franklin, Paula Creek, and Phyllis Offer; god sisters, Sierra and Tyra Thompson; very close friend, Travon Spriggs; and a host of other aunts, uncles, cousins and close friends.

Funeral service was held June 1 at Dunkirk Baptist Church in Dunkirk with the Rev. G. Marvin Carter officiating.

Interment was at Moses Cemetery in Lothian.

Pallbearers were Edwin Randall, Tarvae Barnett, Travon Spriggs, Andre Adams, Steve Agerbeek and Derrick Offer Jr.

Honorary pallbearers were Jessie Franklin Jr., George Thomas, Eddie Stewart and Stanley Rawlings.

Arrangements were provided by Sewell Funeral Home in Prince Frederick.