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Obituary: Glenn Johnson

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Glenn Johnson, 82, passed away Jan. 2, 2002.

He was born Dec. 16, 1919 to Paul H.C. Johnson and Matilda E. Johnson in Manchester, Oklahoma. Glenn attended public school and college in Oklahoma and married Elizabeth (Betty) Goltry, Jan. 17, 1942.

During World War II Glenn served as an Intelligence Specialist with the U.S. Army Air Force 17th Recon-naissance Squadron in the U.S. and in the Pacific.

Glenn was a retired federal employee with 31 years of service in Oklahoma, Utah and Montana. After retiring in 1972 as Assistant Director of SBA in Montana, he moved to Salt Lake City where he was with the Senior Citizens Executive

Association of Utah. In his retirement years Glenn devoted himself as a volunteer to community service, serving on many boards and committees, some of which were Utah Director of AARP, Utah Peer Review Organization, The Governor's Task Force on Heath Care Costs, the Consumer Protection Advisory Committee, Holladay Lions Club and was influential in creating Utahn's Against Hunger. In 1985 he received the "Outstanding Senior Citizen

volunteer" award from the Utah Gerontology Society.

Glenn is survived by wife, Betty; daughter, Harriet Randono, Kalispell, MT; Carol Borman, Salt Lake City; Suzanne Rice and her husband, Laurence Rice, Lawrence, KS; brother, Clyde Johnson; sister, Murl Heckel; four grandchildren and one great-granddaughter; several nieces and nephews.

There will be no funeral. Friends may visit at the home Thursday, Jan. 10, 7-9 p.m.

In memory of Glenn, a donation may be made to Traveler's Aid Society, 210 South Rio Grande, Salt Lake City, UT. 84101.