Robert M. Johnson, age 75 of Wilson, WI, died on Sunday, September 4, 2016 at the Baldwin Care Center. Robert was born the son of Arthur and Louise (Hafslund) Johnson on December 22, 1940 in St. Paul, MN. He graduated from St. Paul Washington High School and received an associate degree in Boiler Engineering. Robert was married to Dolores Klein on January 16, 1959 in St. Paul. His career as a boiler engineer took to places like Bethesda Hospital, the Kellogg Square Apartments, and Macalester College. Robert enjoyed bowling, woodworking, photography and cutting firewood. He loved his pets, especially Hunter the cat. He liked to be busy and spend time at the cabin on Crooked Lake near Siren. Robert was quiet and witty, full of ideas and ingenuity, and always enjoyed his sweets, especially powdered sugar doughnuts. He is preceded in death by his parents, Arthur and Louise Johnson. Robert is survived by his wife, Dolores Johnson; daughters, Suzanne (Steve) Wynveen, Nancy Johnson; granddaughters, Alex (Andrew) Dittman, Samantha (Bryan Heilman) Wynveen, Rebekah Wynveen; sister, Sandi (Ed) Larson; nephews, Todd Lindner, John Lindner; niece, Seanne Hagemeyer; and many other relatives and friends. A Memorial Service was held Monday, September 12, 2016 at 4 pm at the First Reformed Church in Baldwin. Visitation was also on Monday from 2-4 pm at the church. Arrangements are with Bakken-Young Funeral & Cremation Services of Baldwin.
So sorry for the loss of your daddy Naccy!
Very sorry to hear of Bob’s passing, we will miss his company at our cabin. He has been a good friend since we became his neighbors at Crooked Lake 17 years ago. Our best wishes to Dee, children and his whole family.
My sympathies to the Johnson family. Very sorry for your loss. The loss of a loved one brings us feelings of anguish and grief, but you can find comfort and hope in God’s word, the Bible. John 5:28,29 says, “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out.” What this can mean for you is a real hope of being reunited with your dead loved ones in a Paradise on earth where “death is no more.” (Revelation 21:3,4)
My sympathies to the Johnson family. Very sorry for your loss. Losing a loved one in death is a devastating experience, and it can leave us crushed in spirit. However, at Isaiah 57:15, here Almighty God Jehovah says, “I reside in the high and holy place, but also with those crushed and lowly in spirit, to revive the spirit of the lowly, and to revive the heart of those being crushed.” God notices your suffering, and through his purpose he has provided a beautiful resurrection hope that you can have faith in. (John 5:28,29)