723 Coney Island Avenue | Brooklyn, New York | 11218
Obituary of Johnny M. Daniels
Johnny Mack Daniels, Jr. was born January 31, 1964 to the late Johnny Mac Daniels, Sr. and Jeanette Maria Cotton in Brooklyn, NY. Johnny was raised in Jersey City, New Jersey. Johnny was educated in the Jersey City Public School System. He attended P.S. #15 and Henry Snyder High School.
Johnny created a work effort at the tender age of 11, working at Aquarius Dairy Bar in Newark, New Jersey as a supervisor.
June 19, 1987, Johnny married the love of his life, and the one who stood by his side until God called him home, Carolyn Howell Daniels. To this union one beautiful princess was born Ambria Daniels.
Johnny was employed at Del Con Construction & Plumbing and Warner Smith Plumbing & Heating for over a decade. He then decided to build his own empire and start his own company name JD Express Mechanical. Later named Now Fast Express Fixing Boiler Water Heating Etc. which become the #1 Plumbing company in the Tri State area. Everyone knew when Johnny was working cause of his green pickup truck that was full of tools from the front all the way to the trunk.
Johnny had a special passion for boxing, body building, weight lifting and trucks. You could always walk past Johnny truck or even work area and hear him playing his old school music. Johnny was a indeed a family man, would do anything to see a smile on their faces.
Throughout his life, Johnny was known to be a fighter and he fought well till the very end.
On Tuesday May 28, 2019 (The afternoon train), Johnny gracefully answered the “Master’s Call”, surrounded by his family. Johnny is preceded in death by his father; Johnny Mac Daniels, Sr., brother; Tyrone Davis and special uncles; Donald and Winsten Cotton.
His leaves to cherish his legacy: his loving wife of 32 years Carolyn Daniels; his devoted mother: Jeanette Maria Cotten, His father In love: Bishop Dr. Tommie Howell, Jr. (Pop), his mother In love: Evangelist Gertrude Howell (Mom). His princess: Ambria Daniels; his prince: Delance Cummings of Baltimore, Maryland. 5 precious grandchildren: Delance, Mckinnzey, Demari, Tristin and Visa Cummings all of Baltimore, Maryland; 2 one sister in love: Vernise Lashawn Howell and Latameri Mcniel Davis; one brother in love: Micheal (Nadina) Howell; special nieces; Clatrisa Council and Taylor Davis; special nephew: Elder Keith D. Howell; special aunt: Lossie cotton; special cousins: Angela (Joseph) Monroe, Versie (Ricardo) McNeil, and Jennifer Rashawn
Services: True Gospel Holiness Church, 361 Ocean Ave, Jersey City, New Jersey 07305
Visitation at Main Service
Final Resting Place
In Loving Memory
1964 - 2019
723 Coney Island Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
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