David Frederick Johnson, 78David F. Johnson, age 78, of Kingman, Ariz., formally of Lake City, Minn., passed away at home after a short courageous battle with cancer on Wednesday, May 16, under the loving care of his wife, Beverly.
David F. Johnson, age 78, of Kingman, Ariz., formally of Lake City, Minn., passed away at home after a short courageous battle with cancer on Wednesday, May 16, under the loving care of his wife, Beverly.
He was born to Dorand and Pearl Johnson in 1933. He graduated from Rochester High School and soon after joined the Navy. He married Valarie Prigge in 1958 and later divorced, then he married Beverly Anderson on July 5, 1968. They lived though out Lake City, Red Wing, and Goodhue, Minn., before moving to Kingman in 2006.
For the majority of David's working career he drove as a truck driver for many years and worked for Dan Ryan for 20 year as gain hauler. The last 6 years of his working years he worked at Motel 6 in Kingman as a maintenance tech.
David is survived by his wife, Beverly Johnson of Kingman; one son, Marvin (Kelly) of Goodhue; two daughters, Barb (Marty) Smith of Menomonie, Wis., Kelly (Kevin) Kautzer of Rib Lake, Wis. He also had many grandchildren and great-grandchildren, along with other loving family members.
He was preceded in death by his parents and one son, David D. Johnson; one sister, Ardith Erickson; and one brother, Marvin Johnson.
At his request, no formal funeral services will be held.
Friends and family may send cards of condolence to Beverly Johnson, 2711 Ross Ave., Kingman AZ 86401.
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