In Memory of



Obituary for Mark Johnson

MARK JOHNSON was born on June 8, 1969 in Boston, Massachusetts. He was the second born to Nathalee Johnson of Tela, Honduras.

Mark grew up in Boston and attended Boston Public Schools. His passion was cooking, dancing, home economics, fashion, entertaining, and early childhood development. Mark graduated from Madison Park High School, in 1988.

In Mark's early days he loved to hang out with friends and family. One of Mark's favorite pastimes was cooking, listening to music, laughing and enjoying family. Mark was a product of early 80’s music, house music and was especially good at Vogue dance. Mark would compete and receive several trophies, and at one event the trophy was taller than him.

After high school, Mark worked at Smiley Bear Daycare and Pat’s Daycare, he LOVED children and they LOVED him, he was a child at heart and everyone adored Mark. Not too long after Mark started to work in health services with adults with disabilities. Mark worked for VinFen which later turned into BayCove, where he worked for over twenty years! During his years at BayCove, Mark received a number of certifications and awards.

Mark leaves behind a rich legacy of love and kindness for his family, friends, and associates. He had a love for helping others and making the best of any situation to attempt to make everyone happy!

Mark helped raise his dear friend (been friends since they were 8 yrs old) Robin’s four daughters, along with family member Diane’s children as well. Mark also helped raise a boat load of family members and friends' children.

Mark is survived by his mother Ms. Nathalee Johnson, His 3 brothers Robert Johnson (Amber-J Johnson), Jeffrey Johnson, and Raymond Johnson. (Aunts): Gloria Mendez, Carolina (Chula) Tucker, Rose-Marie Garcia, Mary Martinez, (Uncles): Irvin Forbes, & Thoney Johnson, Nieces, Nephews, Extended family Henry (partner in crime:) & Robin (longest childhood friend) and a host of family and friends who all loved him dearly.

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