Willie Green Johnson, 55 of Cambridge departed this life January 14, 2016 at University of Maryland Shore Medical Systems at Dorchester.\n \n\n He was the son of Doretha Webb of Cambridge, and the late Willie Green. Willie was born August 1, 1960 in Dorchester County. Willie, better known as Chan, received his education in the Dorchester Public School system. He served his country by enlisting in the US Army. He was worked several jobs in Dorchester and Talbot counties. Chan decided to start his own taxi cab service, “Johnson’s Taxi.” His love for people and service to others inspired him to be available and dependable. He loved to play music. He would often visit the Delmarva Race Way. Occasionally Chan would enter his car. He enjoyed his Dr. Pepper and honey buns. He loved spending time with his two daughters and his mom. He will truly be missed by all that knew him. His lost will be felt throughout the community he served.\n \n\n In addition to his mother, Chan leaves to cherish fond memories his wife, Tawanda Wilson Johnson of Cambridge; 2 daughters: Destiny and Ebony Johnson of Cambridge; a mother and father-in-law: Cassandra Stanley (James) of Linkwood; a sister-in-law, Nya Stanley of Linkwood; 3 aunts: Vivian Johnson of Georgia, Constance Johnson of Cambridge, and Rossena Hatten (John) of Upper Malboro; special cousins: Leslie Hatton of Washington, Dera Hatton of Laurel, MD, Rolinda Hatton Jones, Michael Jones of Calvert County, Stevie Copes of Cambridge, Wilbert Johnson of Georgia, Jamane Johnson, Katrina Drones and DeAnna Davis all of Georgia; special childhood friends: Kermit Johnson, Lonnie Manokey, Jr., Vickie Jolley, Connie Jolley, Woodie Jolley and a host of other relatives and friends.\n \n\n In addition to his father, Willie is preceded in death by his grandparents: Katherine and James Johnson; other family members: Leroy and Richard Copes, and Wilbert Johnson.