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Darren Angelo Carson

( Sunrise ~ Sunset )

(Age 60)

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Darren Angelo Carson, Sr. was born on December 20, 1960 in Lake Worth, Florida to Bernie Lee Carson and Inez Davis Carson. He was educated in Riviera Beach, attending Lincoln Elementary, John F. Kennedy Middle School and Suncoast Community High School.

After graduation, Darren joined the construction field, working for DiVosta Construction where he became a master in plastering. During his time with DiVosta, he helped to build numerous homes and apartment buildings throughout south Florida.

Throughout the years, Darren became well known as being an Independent Contractor, servicing all of Palm Beach County, Broward, Miami-Dade and the Treasure Coast. Darren was an avid Florida State fan, lover of all-black Reeboks and could be found spending time with his family or hanging out “on the block” with his friends.

On Friday, May 28, Darren Angelo Carson, Sr. was called home to be with The Lord. He was predeceased by his loving father, Bernie Lee Carson, his son, Angelo Vernon Evans-Carson, and his big brother, Anthony L. Carson.

Darren is survived by his loving mother, Inez. D. Carson and his children, Destiny Carson, Darren Carson, Jr., Denisha Robinson, Jeremy Wilson, Tiara Law and Ashley Law. He is also survived by his grandchildren, Skylar Wright, Mark Wright, Jr., Charles Robinson, JJ Robinson, Aidan Robinson, Jeremy Wilson, Jr. and JaQuan Wilson.

Darren will be missed by his two sisters, Winifred Carson and Yolanda King (Ricardo). In addition, he leaves behind his long-term girlfriend, Margen Tindell, to cherish his memory.

Darren will be remembered by his nieces and nephews, Riunite Franks (Anton), Simone Jackson (Emanuel), Roger Jackson, III (Tajahna), Rakyah King, Cornellius Terry, Ra’nyia Jackson, Taraji Jackson and Roger Jackson IV. He will also be missed by his aunts, Catherine Graham, Doris Harrell and Mary Carson.

Darren will be greatly missed by a host of loving family and friends, including Valerie Jones and everyone at The Imperial, Jiffy and 8th Street Plaza. Whether you called him Darren, Angelo, Dundee, Lo, Big Angelo, Carson, DC or even Uncle D, you were blessed to know and love him.

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