Roger Philip Johnson

June 29, 1935August 21, 2021

Roger, age 86 passed away of natural causes on August 21, 2021.

Roger served 8 years in the Marines. Retired from a long career with Burlington Northern, he loved travel and adventures. He was a kind, humble man, always helping family and friends, putting their needs above his own.

Uncle Roger is survived by Nieces and Nephews and their families, who will dearly miss him. A private graveside Military Honors Ceremony will be held at 1:00 pm for family only at Skyline Memorial Gardens Funeral Home.

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  • Graveside Service

    Saturday, September 18, 2021


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Sally Henderson

September 20, 2021

I grew up accross the street from the Johnsons. Roger was like a big brother to me and a son to my parents. He remained a close friend to my sister, Sandra, until his passing. My heart goes out to the family. He was a great guy.
Sally Henderson

Kathy Allen

September 19, 2021

Roger was a wonderful and pleasant person. We always had great conversations and jokes with him at Cleary's. Our Friday morning breakfasts were fun and always loved the great friends we made. Roger and Marv were the duo we enjoyed seeing each week as well as Kathy and JP. Roger will be missed by many and he will see many in heaven that passed both before and after him. Rest in Peace my dear friend!

Roger P. Johnson

September 12, 2021

I Worked with Roger for Several Years at the Burlington Northern Railroad , He was one of the Nicest most Respected Man that I had the Pleasure to work with . I know I will always have part of Roger in my Heart . He will be missed by more People than you will ever know .

carolyn strong

September 10, 2021

Roger was at clearys everytime I was there. He was the most known customer. He loved to talk to Kathy the manager and bring her mints. I recall a quiet man but he loved to joke with Kathy. I remember his smile and showing up no matter the weather. He seemed involved in any activity at Clearys and I felt he would help with anything needed. He will be missed ...he was that guy we all recognize and we needed him to make our world seem safe.. miss you roger carol strong clearys customer for years