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Mr. Harold A Johnson VIEW PROFILE

As reported by his daughter, Cindy Johnson Moore (67)

Harold a supporter of the Football teams has returned to the Halls of Valhalla, where he will once again announce football games on Friday night and entertain us with anecdotes about the players.



HAROLD ALLAN JOHNSON 10/11/26 - 8/6/13 Harold, loving husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather went home to be with his Savior Jesus Christ and his beloved wife Dorothy Mae at his home in Marsing, ID. Born in Memphis, TN to Harold Tucker Sr. and Daisy Tucker Johnson he moved with his mother to Southern California at a young age.

Harold graduated from Mark Keppel High School in Alhambra, CA and then joined the US Navy to serve as a Machinist Mate. After his discharge from the Navy he married Dorothy in 1948 in Riverside, CA and took up residence in Moreno Valley working on the family farm the Circle B Ranch. After the ranch closed Harold worked at the Riverside Hydro Electric Plant in Colton and went on to be a State Farm Agent until he retired.

A note to the classes of the early years (1966 and 1967;) Harold Johnson was that voice in the booth on Friday night football games and was one of the early pioneers that made our school  memorable.

Harold spent his retirement years as an active member of the Dwelling Place Church in Hemet, CA and after 63 years in Moreno Valley he moved to Marsing, Idaho to be with his son and daughter.

Harold is survived by his 3 children Cindy Moore, Tom Johnson, and Julie Taylor. He leaves behind grandchildren Jeremy and Matt Sims, Forrest "Tucker" Johnson, and Jessica, Joshua, and Adam Taylor. He was also blessed with 6 great-grandchildren.

Harold will be buried at the Riverside National Cemetery on Aug. 15, 2013 at 10:15am. In lieu of flowers you may send a donation to Treasure Valley Hospice 8 6th Street N, Suite 200, Nampa, ID 83687.

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05/19/15 10:57 AM #1    

Julie Johnson (Taylor) (1972)

My dad was a loving Godly man and father who was an example to be admired. He loved his family, friends and is now with the love of his life my mom, Dorothy Johnson in Heaven.  Being a "daddys girl"  I had a very close relationship with him. After my mom died he moved to Hemet to be close to me and to his church. We spent many hours together working in the yard of the little ranch where I lived  and sharing the love of horses, animals and the out of doors. Morning coffee and making him brekfast, pancakes which he so loved was always a joy. His move to Idaho was tough, to be taken away from all he had known for 80  plus years but dad was a trooper and held on to the memories of all  whom he loved. You are missed dad everyday and you were a blessing to all who entered  into your presence. I LOVE YOU!  Your adoring daughter, JJ

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