Mr. Dennis Johnson, age 64, passed away Friday, April 30, 2021. He was born in Muskegon, Michigan on May 4, 1956 to Melvin & Joanne (Szaloy) Johnson. He married the former Kristine Fricke on April 2, 2004. Mr. Johnson had been employed as a Millwright for Howmet, working for 20 years until retiring in 2018. Dennis was a hardworking and proud local union member. He always enjoyed being outside, taking hunting trips to the UP, traveling to Alaska and Canada, camping, and spending time at his cabin up north.
He will be missed dearly by his Wife, Kristine Johnson; Daughter, Rachele (Tony) Todd; Son, Richard Johnson; Step-children, Angela (Joe) Toller, Andrew Poulos, Adam Poulos; 16 Grandchildren; Brothers, Leo Johnson, Joe (Kim) Johnson, Adam (Heather) Johnson; Sister, Connie (Larry) O'Brien; Brother-in-law, Dean Fricke; Sister-in-law, Ginger Johnson; Furry Friends, Bailey & Little Man. He was preceded in death by his Son, Jeff Johnson; Brother, David Johnson; Parents, Melvin & Joanne.
Monday, May 10, 2:00 PM with visitation one hour prior at Clock Funeral Home-Muskegon with Rev. Ken Shady officiating.
Monday, May 10 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM at Clock Funeral Home-Muskegon.
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Dennis and I are best friends since the first grade. And our parents were friends before we were.
Dennis and I became blood brothers when we were 10 the old fashioned way by cutting our palm and shaking hands to mix it up, I’ll never forget all the fun and good times we had. He will be missed.
We got to know Dennis through his brother in law Dean and soon my husband and I started going to breakfast with Dennis and his wife Kris and brother Dean
We will miss our little breakfast club
May Dennis Rest In Peace
He will be missed very much
So sorry for your loss. Prayers for peace and comfort for the family during this difficult time.
Dennis was a great guy to work with.
Always smiling and offering to buy a cup of coffee.
You are going to be truly missed Dennis!! I'm so sorry you had to go so soon.. You was just beginning to enjoy your retirement!! RIP Enjoy your next journey in heaven!!