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David Allen Johnston

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David “Dave” A. Johnston, age 74, of Wild Rose, passed away on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at Theda Care in Neenah, surrounded by his loving family: wife Sue, daughter Pam, and sons Andy and Alex. David was born on August 5, 1944 in Chicago the son of the late Roger and Beatrice (Erickson) Johnston. He served in Vietnam while in the Army. Afterward he did some traveling and decided to settle in his favorite spot, Wild Rose. Along the way he met his wife to be, Sue Frost of New London. They were married on May 24, 1969. They would have celebrated their 50th anniversary this Spring.

Dave and Sue had three children: Pam (Dan) Gosenheimer of Wild Rose, Andy (Pam English) Johnston of Oregon, WI, and Alex (Katie) Johnston of Wild Rose; six grandkids: Ben, Travis, Carter, Owen, Scarlett and Dane, who he loved to the moon and back. He is further survived by his sister, Mimi (John) Jacobs, and brothers-in-law and nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, and sister, Sue Aukamp.

At David’s request, there will be no services.

The family extends a special thank you to the staff at Theda Care in Neenah for their wonderful care.
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Larry johannes

Posted at 07:00pm
We too were neighbors of the Johnston’s for 30 years: I worked a number of job sites with Dave, we had coffee together for years, we told a lot of jokes and had a lot of great laughs, Dave was such an intelligent man, we had so many conversations on so many subjects. I miss him, some day we’ll meet again my dear friend. Our hearts go out to his family.

Carol Duquette

Posted at 09:22am
Sue and family, please accept my sincere condolences. Although I haven't seen you in over 40 years I still remember you and Dave as the cool young couple who lived across the street from us in Mt. Morris. You were both so kind and fun-loving to the neighbor kids. Blessings and prayers to all of you - Dave was a great guy. Carol (Williams) Duquette
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Tom & Tanya Lauritzen

Posted at 09:46pm
Our love & prayers go out to all of you ...
Dave was an amazing guy...
He was a man who was part of many of my childhood memories (Tom) and I am thankful for him ...
And we are happy to have called him our neighbor for the last 18years ...
Thank you Dave for being a strong pillar in the Wild Rose community ...
You will be missed
DP

Diane Patterson

Posted at 08:44pm
Love and prayers to Dave’s family. The whole family are the nicest people. Dave and Sue have been my neighbors for @ 30 years. Our children grew up together. Dave and Sue had vegetable and flower gardens that were the envy of the neighborhood. Dave will be greatly missed.
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