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August 22, 2018

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January 17, 2018
I love you Dad
November 9, 2017
My condolences to the family of Mr. Johnson, who was my youngest daughter, Karen's, band teacher in Pulaski. A wonderful, kind and understanding man who was an excellent teacher.

Joan Matuszak
November 7, 2017
I was sad to hear that Rick had passed. I'll never forget his gentle manner and kind assistance to me as another member of the tenor section at church. Rick had a special way to help me stay in tune when I'd get out of step. I'll be keeping the family in my prayers.
November 5, 2017
My deepest sympathy. Mr. Johnson taught our 3 children, Luke, Rachel, and Sherry, music at Fairview School, Sunnyside, and Glenbrook Schools in the Pulaski School District. They played throughout high school, and also in college and the seminary. They respected him and he was kind to them. I believe he helped in making them successful in school and in their adult lives. Thank you, Mr. Johnson. Carolyn Van Donsel