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John M. Johnson

Seattle, Washington

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Mike JohnsonJohn M. (Mike) Johnson, 68, died peacefully in his own bed, at home in Seattle with his wife beside him on December 28th, 2018, of Alzheimer's disease.Mike was a quintessential self-made man. He was born in Wenatchee, Washington, raised in the Seattle area, and attended Franklin High...

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Enjoyed working with Mike at Boeing on Crane systems. As a load test technician I confided with Mike about crane issues. But really enjoyed playing golf with him and his friends.

I worked with Mike for a short time at Boeing. I will always remember his kindness, sense of humor and passion for his work. He will be missed

Mike was a coworker and a dear friend. The Scottish tune Lochanside was a favorite of his. It is a beautiful tune on the bagpipes, which I play. If it might possibly fit into the service I can think of no greater gift to give Mike and his family than playing Lochanside on the 'pipes.

Id like to give a special heartfelt thanks to my sister in law Shary , Mike's wife, who once never complained and took on all the struggles and care giving for our precious Mike.She was very loving to Mike thru the whole sickness of Alzheimers and went above and beyond for his final days of life to be comfortable. Thank you so much Shary with love and gratitude.

Mike was a very special brother to me.He wore his heart on his sleeve and always had time to talk to.He was funny, witty, smart, and a very giving kind caring person.He loved to laugh, sing, play his guitar .He loved life and all it had to offer, fishing, boating. long walks with nature with his beloved wife and dogs.He loved his son very much and precious grand kidsand all extended family.Mike could make anyone smile and feel special in his presence, He had that way about him.We always...

I was so happy that Mike was so well cared for at home and had a good death with his wife and pets by his side. He was a good man, one I was honored to know. He brought lots of joy into the life of my friend Shary. Happy Trails Mike, you will live on in our hearts. -k2