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Calvin Johnson
(1953 - 30 October 2017)
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Calvin James Johnson, JP
Former Parliamentarian, Commonwealth of the Bahamas

Calvin James Johnson was a Bahamian banker, politician, and former parliamentarian.

Career

Johnson, a former banker, was elected Member of Parliament for for the former Fort Fincastle constituency in 1992 on a Free National Movement ticket.

Personal life

Johnson was the father of Candace Carin Johnson and Calvin James Johnson II. His wife passed away in 2016.

Death

Johnson died at the Princess Margaret Hospital on 30 October 2017. He was 64. He was accorded a State-Recognized Funeral at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, West Hill Street, Bahamas on 9 November 2017.

Sources
http://www.tribune242.com/news/2017/nov/09/tributes-paid-to-former-mp/?news
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Occupation Banker, Politician
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Date of Birth 1953
Place of Birth

The Bahamas

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Date of Death 30 October 2017, aged 64
Place of Birth The Bahamas
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Notable Accomplishments
Former Parliamentarian
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