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Clinton McCord Johnson

May 23, 1949January 10, 2020

Clinton McCord Johnson was born on May 23, 1949 and passed away on January 10, 2020.

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Randy Abrams

January 23, 2020

Mac was my roommate at Choate for two years. My fondest memory of him was attending the Newport Folk Festival with him in 1964 when we heard Bob Dylan. He was a sharp dresser who opened my eyes to a broader world. We had a shared experience at Choate which had a profound effect on us all. I last saw him on the train from New York to Connecticut late one night. It was a pleasure to catch up with him even briefly. We had our 50th reunion in 2017. He was sorely missed. Now we miss him more.

William Brock

January 23, 2020

Mac was a Choate classmate of mine for 4 years. In that time he was a great friend and supporter. A loyal friend. Always a great sense of humor and always living and enjoying life with a great attitude and fun perspective. We ran into each other in New York many times and talked banking.
In the last years, I lost touch with Mac and he was not at the 50th reunion, recently held. We all regretted not being able to see him at the reunion and we will miss him more now that he has gone.
God bless Mac and my thoughts and prayers are with his family at this difficult moment.
Bill Brock Choate class '67

John Hutchins

January 14, 2020

Very sorry to read of Mac's passing. The Hutchins family sends its deepest sympathy. We met Mac when he was the summer grounds keeper at the Keene Valley Country Club in Keene Valley, NY. He became good friends with our family. I will never forget his Peugeot 505, which he affectionately referred to as the "Tanned Tortoise". In subsequent years, Mac and I both worked for Manufacturers Hanover Trust. Anda and I moved to New Canaan in 1997 and I saw Mac from time to time. Our mutual friend Rob Pease also would periodically update me. We will miss him. John Hutchins