Geraldine L. Johnson

(Date Unknown - December 7, 1979)

The Lusk Herald
December 20, 1979

Geraldine L Johnson

Former Lusk resident Geraldine L. Johnson died Dec. 7 at a Ft. Collins nursing home after a long illness. She was 77.

A native of Watertown, S.D., Mrs. Johnson was a member of the Open Bible Church in Lusk and American War Mothers.

She had been living in Ft. Collins since 1971.

She married Henry C. Johnson in 1928 in Lusk, and the couple later moved to Casper, where Mr. Johnson operated an upholstery shop.

Mrs. Johnson is survived by a daughter, Beverly Wolff of Ft. Collins; a son, James of Evanston; four sisters, Leona Slife of Denver and Barbara Perlick, Mae Copeland and Margaret Baskerville, all of Minneapolis; and six grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband; two sons, Ronald and Donald; and two sisters.

The Rev. Don Richardson officiated at a service held last week at Warren Funeral Chapel in Ft. Collins. Burial followed at Roselawn Cemetery.

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