Guest Book for Kenneth L. Johnson

Provided by Nelson Funeral Home & Cremation Services - Scott M. Nelson FD Tessa Ward FD

Posted by: GIB MASON
Sun September 13, 2020
Jeanne, Milt and Kris,
My deepest condolences go out to you this past week. You were my second family and the memories are many. Jeanne you will always be my number 2 mom.

Posted by: Paul and June Natale
Mon September 14, 2020
Youngsville has lost one amazing man.  Our sympathy and prayers to Jeanne and her family.

Posted by: Kris D. Johnson and Rhonda
Mon September 14, 2020
Rest in peace Dad,  we will meet again.  Sonsorry I did not get to see you before you left us and I sure will miss you.  Until we meet again,  I love you as does Rhonda and we will see you soon.

Posted by: Tom Thompson
Mon September 14, 2020
I'm so saddened to learn of Ken's passing. His work with the sports boosters, and especially his diehard dedication to the completion and ongoing management of the one and only Youngsville Community Swimming Pool for all those years set a great example to those of us who worked at the pool in the 60's and 70's. He was such a kind-hearted, fun, and gentle man, a real gentleman's gentleman. I always hoped that when I was an adult I would be half the man Ken was. All of my thanks and prayers are with you, Ken.
Tom Thompson
San Diego, CA

Posted by: Tom Thompson
Mon September 14, 2020
I haven't been back in Youngsville in many, many years, but the last time I was home I just had to visit the pool, and it looked amazingly similar to the way I remembered it when left for college. It was as if it had been kept in a time capsule, just waiting for my return.

I'd like to suggest that the pool be dedicated and renamed in Ken's honor. I know of no one that contributed more to it's success.
Tom Thompson - YHS Class of 1971
San Diego,  CA

Posted by: Mark and Vicki Fischer
Tue September 15, 2020
We were so sorry to hear of Ken's passing!   Ken was such a wonderful guy.  I am at a loss for words for the love and care that he and Jeanne showed to us and our family while we served Saron.   Christina I know is hurting particularly for her Grandpa Ken.

Posted by: Kathy (Arnold) Finn
Tue September 15, 2020
Jeanne and family,  learning of the passing of Kenny is such a loss.  Our family has lost someone who was so significant to us especially as young children.  We have been remembering of those card playing nights.   Our times at Chatauqua Lake, the cottage we rented together.  Our ice skating ponds!! When I would run into you at times that I returned to Pa I always received such a warm hug and greeting from Kenny.  My thoughts are with you and praying you receive strength and comfort during this times.

Posted by: Richie (Dr VanHouten)
Thu September 17, 2020
Jeanne and family:sorry to hear of your loss, you two were joy to know over the years, which began long ago at the beach. A hug for you.

Posted by: Susan Sveda(Rosequist)
Thu September 17, 2020
My deepest sympathies Jeanne, Milt, Kris and families. Ken was a wonderful man and I will always have great memories of him. God Bless you all.