Dennis Ken Johnson

February 19, 1953 - July 3, 2022

02/19/1953 - 07/03/2022

CHESAPEAKE – Dennis Ken Johnson, 69, died July 3, 2022.  Dennis was born in Portsmouth to the late Wilburn K and Aslee Evelyn Golden Johnson.  He was a big motorcycle enthusiast and enjoyed watching syfy movies, especially anything Star Wars related.

Left to cherish his memory is his loving wife of 51 years, Linda Leigh Graves Johnson; sons, Brian Johnson and Christopher Johnson (Stacy), all of Chesapeake; sister Evelyn Paula Johnson of Virginia Beach; grandchildren, Allissa, Timothy, Faith, Christopher Jr., Kristy and Devon;  very special niece and nephew, whom he had raised, Brandy and Terry  Nails; and a host of other family and friends.

Private services will be held at a later date.  For info and to express condolences to the family, visit

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Steve Baggs
6 months ago

Dennis was a great guy to work with. Took care of any computer problems I had and taught me how to fix them. May y’all find peace in Dennis’ passing. Heaven has gained a great IT treasure!

Connie Stanton
6 months ago

I am so saddened to hear of Dennis passing. We worked together many years. Dennis was the type of person that would always be there to help you. It didn’t matter whether it was during the work day or after hours. If you had IT problems and called Dennis he was right there. He loved his grandchildren dearly and always enjoyed telling stories about them. I am thankful that I had the opportunity to know and work with such a great guy. R.I.P. Dennis

Donald Powell
6 months ago

Dennis was a great guy, I had the pleasure of working with him for 20 years,he was always willing to help everyone with IT issues @ SPAWARSYSCEN .God bless his family .

Gary kessler
6 months ago

I am sorry to hear of Dennis passing. I had the pleasure of working with Dennis for over 20 years. If you needed help with any IT support Dennis always came thru. My condolences to the family and Dennis will be missed.

Wayne Killmon
6 months ago

My sincere condolences to his family. Dennis was a genuinely nice person and always there to support when you needed his help. I always enjoyed listening to his stories over the years. He will surely be missed. May God bless his family and comfort them as they morn their loss, but his passing on to greater things.

Frank Tretola
6 months ago

I’m so very sorry to hear of Dennis’ passing. He was a good friend during the time we worked together. He was always ready to talk motorcycles, Mustangs and Ford performance. I’m sorry that as the years passed, we lost contact. My sympathies to his family.

Bruce E Watson, Sr.
6 months ago

Dennis was a co-worker for a number of years with me as a Contractor for Space and Naval Warfare Systems as St Julians Creek in Portsmouth, VA. He was more than willing to assist anyone with issues related to computers and associated equipment. He will be missed.