Margot Whitley Johnston

Margot Whitley Johnston

Suffolk, VA
09.02.1989 - 03.20.2021
Birthplace
Virginia

Margot Whitley Johnston, age 31, of Suffolk, VA was taken from the world too soon by Metastatic Breast Cancer on Saturday, March 20th, 2021. She was born in Chesapeake, VA to Marni Kitchen and Steven DeMarr.

Margot graduated from Grafton High School in Yorktown, Virginia with the class of 2008 where she was a Varsity Cheerleader. Margot’s son, Carson, will always be her greatest achievement. Margot joined the MWK division of the Thomas Harris Co. in 2012. She specialized in lighting design and project management, which included calling on architects, electrical engineers, and contractors. Her colleagues valued her professionalism and guidance as well as their friendship with her over the years. Margot was a lover of tacos, Hamilton, Harry Potter, and the color green.

She is survived by her husband, Nick Ray Johnston; son, Carson Garrett Hamm and her mother, Marni Kitchen.

Margot’s Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, March 27th, 2021 at 2:00 PM at R.W Baker & Co Funeral Home and Crematory 509 W. Washington St. Suffolk, VA 23434. Following Covid-19 protocols, masks are required, and social distancing will be enforced, but wear what she would love to see you in.  

We will be keeping her spirit alive by sharing memories and stories and truly celebrating her life in her honor. We will be putting together a book of memories for the family, please email your favorite memories of Margot.  MemoriesofMargot@Gmail.com

R.W. Baker & Co. Funeral Home and Crematory is serving the family. Condolences may be registered at RWBakerFH.com.

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R.W. Baker & Co. Funeral Home and Crematory
509 W. Washington St.
Suffolk, VA 23434
United States

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Margot is my sunshine. I have lost my sunshine. She was so funny. She was kind and loving. She treasured her family and friends and above all else she loved her son Carson. She found her perfect mate in Nick Johnston, the love of her life. Margot we all miss you.

Joyce Whitley

So sorry for your loss. Hugs and prayers to all.

Anna Riddlehoover

Margot I love you. I loved the way you loved my son. You 3 were the perfect family. You were beautiful inside and out. Loved and missed by so many.

Tracy Grady

Tracy Grady

Margot was such a sweet and wonderful person. Although we only knew her for a short time, she left an impact with her generosity and love for the ones around her, especially to my niece Alyssa Doisey. Sometimes life is not fair and this is most definitely one of those times. Prayers for her family!

Heather Hagaman

Margot and my grandson Aron were both toddlers when I 1st met her. My grandson couldn’t pronounce Margot instead he said “Mygoat”. Margot was very upset and said “I’m not a goat.” She was a joy then and grew into a beautiful woman. My prayers and love to her family, I know she is greatly missed.

Dotty Hase

You are and will always be one of the brightest lights of My Life. I Love you more than any words. May Your Beautiful Soul Rest In Peace. I Love You! Love Daddy

Steven J DeMarr

We are so sorry for your loss. We didn't get the opportunity to really know Margot but she was so highly spoken of. We are praying for the family.

Harry and Brenda Johnston

I am so sorry for your loss. She was someone who
Always had a smile on her face. She was such a sweet loving person. I pray for her son, husband, and family. Fly high Margot. I

Katelin Bonniville

Marni, my heart is just broken for you, mother to mother. I have no words to express my deep sadness for you, and for Margots young life taken away. May you find moments of peace.

Erika Riordan

It is with a heavy heart and deep sadness that I Express my condolences in the absence of Margot. She was so young and vibrant to have left us so soon. I pray that the Lord will bless her loved ones with peace and comfort during this difficult time. Margot is at peace now with no pain.

Debbie Kitchen

Marni I’m sorry to hear about Margot. Nothing I can say will ease your pain. Just try to remember the good times. Bob

Bob Dunn

I went to high school with Margo but never got to know her on a personal level. She seemed like a sweet girl with a lot of love to give. My heart goes out to her family and loved ones that she has left behind. I know she will be greatly missed.

Allison Barham

I'm so terribly sorry for your loss. I pray for peace and guidance for you and her friends, and for me as well.

David Sobota

I’m so sorry for everyone’s loss.I never knew Margot personally,but from what little I do through Nick and social media,Margot was certainly one of the bravest I know.My prayers and thoughts will always be with the family.Her memory will always be alive.

Mosley Wellington

Margot came into our lives through our son Jake , she had a friendship with him .she asked him hey can I be friends with your family I really like them if that’s OK he said sure and from then on she was part of our family also she was a bright light so caring so kind we use to love watching chick flicks with her and my daughter Katie and of course Carson hanging out I was also privilege when she met Nick and the love she felt for him instantly and it’s been so great watching the two of them, how there relationship grew she will be deeply missed by all of us and my heart goes out to you as her family she was such a sweet young lady rest in peace Margot you are no longer in pain until we meet again all of her love 💕💚💚💚

Fred and Misty Saunders

I am so sorry for your loss. I'm heartbroken for all of you. Know that I am here for you. All of us who knew her will forever remember her beautiful smile and heart. All my love, Aunt Vicki

Vicki Prescy

Nick I am so sorry to hear about the loss of the love of your wife Margot! My prayers to you and Carson.

Lisa Abernethy (Smith)

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