Darwin loved the Lord and it showed. He was always mistaken for a preacher! He accepted Christ at an early age at Pilgrim Grove M. B. Church in West Point. He was a beautiful soul that people could not help but to gravitate toward. He later joined Old Bethel M. B. Church in Glendora, Mississippi. He was always curious and seeking more knowledge about Christ and Christian living.
Darwin and Ida entered holy matrimony on December 27, 2003. They both loved and spoiled one another until April 23, 2021, the day he departed this cruel world for his heavenly home. They shared in the sorrow of losing their only child, Chauncey. However, they cherished and loved the children in their families and all their God children. He especially loved the newest addition to the family, Saul A. Cannon. That was his little mini me.
He leaves to cherish his memory his wife -Ida Hampton-Cannon of Itta Bena, MS, Parents-Kelvin and Dorothy Cannon of West Point, MS, Sister- Kulunie Cannon (Saul A. Cannon, nephew) of Arlington, VA, Mother-in-law- Mary Hampton of Holcomb, MS, (2)Sisters- In- Laws- Lula Phillips and Mayola Hampton (Ricky Pernell) of Jackson, TN, (7) Brothers-in-laws- Leroy Hampton, Jr. (Arlean) of Tippo, MS, Leon Hampton, Sr. (Laura) of Garland, TX, Leo Hampton, Sr. (Linda) of Charleston, MS, Henry Hampton (Lillie) of Greenwood, MS, Richard Hampton (Gloria) of Oakland, MS, Johnny Hampton (Jenny) of Holcomb, MS and Sammie Hampton (Shaina) of Olive Branch, MS and a host of Aunts, Uncles, Nieces, Nephews, other relatives and Friends.
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