|Birth: ||Aug. 10, 1891|
|Death: ||Mar. 3, 1984|
Bremerton Sun, 5 Mar 1984, p. 7: "CONRAD JOHNSON. Conrad W. Johnson, 92, of Bremerton, founder of Johnson Lumber Co. on Callow Avenue, died Saturday at Providence Hospital in Seattle. He was born Aug. 10, 1891, in Ludington, Mich., and moved with his family to St. Maries, Idaho, in 1914. He spent most of 1917 and 1918 with the U.S. Army in France, and upon his return in 1918 was made general manager of Export Lumber Co. in Harrison, Idaho. He and Irene Goodwin were married in Harrison about 1924, before they moved to Bremerton in 1929 to begin Johnson Lumber Co. on South Cambrian, then the site of Fred Peak feed store. In 1942, expansion of Puget Sound Naval Shipyard forced him to move the business to its current location on North Calow. Mr. Johnson retired in 1957 to travel, hunt and fish. He also enjoyed gardening and took pride in his roses, flowers and shrubs. A member of the Bremerton Lions, he served as president one year. He also belonged to the American Legion and Kitsap Golf and Country Club. His wife died in 1979. Survivors include six nieces and three nephews. Burial will be in Forest Lawn Cemetery, and there will be no services. Memorials may be made to a charity of the donor's choice.
Frank Johnson (1857 - 1935)
Anna Sophia Johansdotter Johnson (1855 - 1944)
Irene Marian Goodwin Johnson (1899 - 1979)
Forest Lawn Cemetery
Created by: Tom
Record added: May 09, 2012
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