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PACA E-Alert – In Memoriam - Daniel Johnson
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In Memoriam - Daniel W. Johnson, Sr.
Daniel W. Johnson, Sr., 82, of Lititz, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his family on December 16, 2018.

He was the husband of Carol A. Clare Johnson, with whom he shared 57 years of marriage this past September 23rd. Born in Philadelphia, he was the son of the late Horace W. and Sarah Shaw Johnson.

Dan graduated from Drexel University with a BS in Civil Engineering. He retired in 1998 as the quarry manager for the Allan Myers Construction Company in Coatesville. Prior to this, he had worked for Corsons Stone Quarry in Plymouth Meeting and DM Stolzfus in Talmage.

Dan served as Chairman of PACA's Board of Directors from 1989-1990.

A US Army veteran, Dan served as a 1st Lt. during the Vietnam War, being stationed in Germany with the US Army Corps of Engineers.

A very active member of St. Peters Evangelical Lutheran Church, he served as past church council president, on varied council committees, as an usher, Sunday School teacher, communion assistant and was a building and property representative during the new church construction.

He was a very talented and passionate woodworker, who loved spending time in his shop. He had been a Warwick Little League umpire, enjoyed watching old movies, and was the number one sports fan for his grandsons’ baseball, football, and ice hockey games.

In addition to his wife, Dan is survived by his children: Daniel Jr. married to Karen Johnson and Lori married to Robert Long, both of Lititz; his 3 grandsons: Issac Long, Daniel Johnson III fiancé of Annie, Korey married to Stephanie Johnson; and by his brother, J. Philip married to Joy Johnson of New Hope.

Friends will be received on Friday, December 21, 2018 at St. Peters Evangelical Lutheran Church, 10 Delp Rd., Lancaster, PA 17601 from 6-8PM, and again on Saturday, December 22, 2018 from 10-11AM, with the Funeral Service to follow at 11AM. Interment in St. Peters Lutheran Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions in Dan’s memory to St. Peters Evangelical Lutheran Church at the above address.