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Carlos Roberto Johansson

April 4, 1957 September 24, 2018
Carlos Roberto Johansson
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Obituary for Carlos Roberto Johansson

Carlos Roberto Vidali Johansson, age 61, passed away on Monday, September 24, 2018 while doing what he loved and driving his tractor trailer across the country.

He was born on April 4, 1957 in Porto Alegre, Brazil. He came to America on November 2, 1969 with his father, mother, and sister and obtained citizenship soon after.

Preceded in death by his Father, Raul Marques Johansson, and sister, Berenice Johansson, he is survived by his mother Dosolina Vidali Johansson, sons, Marques and Robert, and daughter, Carmen Carr, as well as their spouses Jessica Johansson and Douglas Carr Jr., and his grandchildren Lily, Logan, Michaela, Emily, Akala, Alyssa, and Xzavier, his stepsons, Taisean, with wife Domeeka Harris, and Tremaine Harris, and their fourteen children, and numerous family members from Brazil.

He also leaves behind Jeanne Roettger, whom he loved and cherished, as well as her two daughters, Justine Marie Sine and Angie Larson Knutson, a son-in-law, two nieces, a nephew, and their children, numerous foster children, and other family.

He will forever be remembered as a cook, a mechanic, an entrepreneur, a baker, a truck driver, a hard worker, a father, a son, an uncle, an artist, a cousin, a friend, a proud patriot, and a US Marine.

Private services will be held in both Pennsylvania and Wisconsin prepared by the families.
Care Cremation and Funeral Service are entrusted with final care.

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