Guestbook for Harold Willis Johnson
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In sympathy, Thinking of you and wishing you strength and comfort in the days ahead. A memorial will be sent to the Onalaska High School scholarship fund to honor Harold in memory of his son, Michael. Sorry for your loss, Dairyland Power Cooperative
From Dairyland Power Cooperative

12:33 pm - 08/12/19


We enjoyed knowing Harry late in his life when he was a good friend of DeVera Yonkovich, Roger's sister. Our sympathy to his family and friends. Blessed be his memory.
From Roger and Ila Johnson

6:23 pm - 08/07/19


Sharon, John and the Johnson Family: Our thoughts and condolences are with you. Harry was very special person ! May your memories give you comfort in the coming days.
From Mick Michalojko & Sandy Burgo

12:09 pm - 08/05/19


Please accept my condolences and may my prayers help comfort the Johnson family. I was saddened to hear of Harry's passing. I have such fond memories of Harry while growing up with Jim and Tom. Harry was always there to provide support and help coach our 4-H softball team. Those were some very good times whether it was spending time at the Johnson house after school at Fauver Hill or during the summer. For Harry to live 99 years is something very special and I am honored to have known Harry in my younger years. Remembering his gentle soul will forever be in my heart. May he rest in peace.
From Willis Hauser

11:07 am - 08/05/19


What an honor it was to be your grandchild. You always had a smile, always wanted to help anyone you knew...I fondly remember all the help you gave me with my paper route, you treated it like your own even! We had a lot of fun, going on road trips, singing "Elvira" endlessly on 8-track along the way. You taught me how to whistle one day as we walked in a park. I thought I would never pick that up. You liked to tell stories and razz anyone you came across as well. I could go on and on, but instead I'll steal a phrase out of your playbook that always brought a smile to your face when you heard it, even near to the end. "Keep it between the fence posts, Grandpa!" You know what I mean! Love you, Shelly
From Michelle Thomas

10:40 am - 07/29/19