DARLINGTON — Private graveside services for Lindbergh Dargan were Monday, June 15, 2020, at Florence National Cemetery, with Rev. Cecil Bromell officiating. Interment followed. Arrangements are entrusted to Jordan Funeral Home Inc. of Darlington.
Mr. Dargan died Saturday, June 6, 2020, in McLeod Hospital.
He was born in Timmonsville to the late Charlie and Nancy Hodges Dargan. He was educated in the Darlington County Public Schools, graduating in the class of 1962 of Mayo High School.
At an early age he joined Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church, where he served faithfully until his health declined. He served as chairman of the Trustee Board, usher board and was a faithful Sunday school and Bible Study attendee.
Mr. Dargan joined the Navy in 1962 and later received an honorable discharge.
Mr. Dargan was owner and operator of several businesses; however, he was well known for the famous Lindbergh’s BBQ, especially that tasty BBQ sauce.
Survivors left to cherish his memories are: One son, Lenard Dargan of Darlington; two daughters, Murray “Von” (Jeff) Pierce of Florence and Yvette Jackson of Patterson, N.J.; one daughter-in-law, Priscilla Dargan of Rockingham, N.C.; two sisters, Denise Stanley and Charlena Gee of Darlington; one brother, Charles (Lena) Dargan of Hopewell, Va.; four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; one aunt, Gertrude Ranson of Charlotte; a host of nieces, nephews other relatives and friends.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a son, Shaun Dargan, two brothers, Charlie and John Dargan.
In lieu of flowers, please make all contributions to Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church “Raising the Roof” Fund.
Public viewing for Mr. Dargan was Saturday, June 13, at Jordan Funeral Home Inc., 108 Lee St., Darlington.