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Dwight David Johnson

November 4, 1952 — November 2, 2013

Silver Lake-Dwight David Johnson, 60 of East Shore Drive, died peacefully with his family around him on November 2, 2013 at Portland Medical Center. Dwight was born in Woburn, MA November 4, 1952 son of the late Calvin E. and Eleanor (Drew) Johnson and brother Douglas Johnson. He has lived in Silver Lake since he was a teenager moving there from Woburn. Dwight worked in construction most of his life. He worked for Richard L Heath & Sons where he was taught the business, for G W Brooks and Son for many years, and for the past couple of years for the Town of Eaton. He is survived by his wife Sue (Bean) Johnson of Silver Lake, a son Calvin E. Johnson II and fiancé Jill Delisle and daughter Faith, a brother Ralph and his wife Mary Johnson of MA, 3 sisters Brenda and her husband Bob Morin of Barrington, NH, Dottie and her husband Butch Monaghan of Florida, Theresa Johnson and companion Greg Thurston of Fryeburg, ME and 3 grandchildren, Tyler, Natalie, Alex and the late Merissa. Dwight cherished his gardens and yard, which he and his wife spent many hours working in and teaching the grandchildren how to do it right. He loved fishing with the grandkids, teaching them the ways of the water. He spent many hours in the woods, hunting and trapping and was a member of the National Rifle Association. He enjoyed sitting with family and friends having a great time cracking jokes and making smiles, which he always did. A celebration of his life will take place at his home on November 16th, 2013, starting around Noon. All are welcome that have known Dwight throughout the years. He will be greatly missed by everyone he touched throughout his life.
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