Reid "Jack" (1938 - 2006)
Surnames: BAUER, DECKER, JOHNSON, KOMIS, LYNN, RUGGLES, SLEN, TARTER
----Sources: Tribune & Phonograph, Vol. 45, No. 38, Page 9, Wednesday, Sep 20, 2006
Johnson, Reid "Jack" (20 Mar 1938 - 17 Sep 2006)
Reid "Jack" Johnson
Reid "Jack" Johnson, 68, Town of Unity, Spencer, died on Thursday, September 17, 2006, at St. Joseph’s Hospital Palliative Care in Marshfield.
Funeral services for Jack will be Thursday, Sept. 21, 2006, at 4 p.m. at the Community Funeral Home in Spencer, with Reverend Peter Ruggles presiding, Interment will be in the Town of Brighton Cemetery.
Visitation with family and friends will be at the Community Funeral Home in Spencer on Thursday, Sept 21, 2006 from 2 p.m. until time of service at 4 p.m.
Reid "Jack" Johnson was born on March 20, 1938, in Unity, the son of Carl and Bertha (Slen) Johnson. Jack and the former Margaret Bauer were united in Marriage on Feb. 3, 1961, in Milwaukee. He served his country in the U.S. Army from 1956 to 1958. While living in Milwaukee, Jack was employed with Mark Construction. In 1977, the move to the Town of Unity where he was self-employed in cement finishing.
Jack was an outdoorsman enjoying hunting, fishing, gardening and playing golf. He especially liked working the crossword puzzles in the Milwaukee Journal and listening to the Milwaukee Brewers on the radio.
He will be dearly missed by his wife of 45 years, Margaret Johnson, Spencer; children Karl (Karin Komis) Johnson, Spencer; Kent (Barb) Johnson, Unity; Kristine (Rich) Tarter, Marshfield and Kane Johnson, Eau Claire; seven grandchildren, Brinae and Kenny Johnson, Joseph, Samuel and Emma Tarter; Stephanie and Kyle Johnson; and two sister, Renata Lynn, Unity and Barbara Decker, Elm Grove.
He was preceded in death by his parents and a grandson, Bradley Johnson.
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