Tim Johnson Obituary, Death – Tim Johnson, who lived in Hampton Falls, New Hampshire, was found to have unexpectedly departed away on Saturday. In Newburyport, Massachusetts, on December 19th, he was born to the late Albert Johnson and the late Helen (Carey) Johnson. Both of his parents have now passed away. Both of his parents had passed away at this point.
Tim was born and raised in Salisbury, and he attended Triton Regional High School, also located in Salisbury, for his high school career. After completing his high school education, Tim immediately began working for the Johnson Lumber Company, which is the family business.
His career spanned more than 40 years, during which time he rose through the ranks to become President of the company and Owner of the enterprise. During this time, he also received numerous honors and awards. Tim enjoyed the company of many wonderful people and was content with his life overall. He treasured the time he got to spend at his cabin on Merrymeeting Lake, which was his all-time favorite location, when he wasn’t working because it was one of his favorite places in the world. Tim’s offspring, and in particular his grandchildren, were his top priority when it came to spending time with them. He was an avid sports fan who loved attending to concerts, playing golf, and watching sports on television. He also treasured the time he spent with his lifelong friends.
In addition to that, he maintained a regular fitness routine and never missed a session at the gym. His passing will leave a huge void in the lives of everyone who knew him. His loyal fiancée Michelle Toby, his son Matthew Johnson, his grandchildren Jack, Fiona, Liam, and Jameson Johnson, and his daughter Kristen “Krissy” Johnson are the ones who will carry on his legacy after he has passed away. In addition, he is survived by his stepchildren Cassandra Lehtola (Brad) and Timothy Toby, as well as his grandchildren Kari, Xander, and Ellyana. He was a loving grandfather. In addition, he is survived by his siblings Kathleen (Dana) Poulin, Cynthia Martin, Patricia (Tom) Bascom, Michael Johnson, and Carol Johnson, his former wife, as well as a large number of nieces and nephews, friends, and other relatives. His previous wife, Carol Johnson, is also among the people he leaves behind.