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CLIFFORD JOHNSON Obituary

19, eternity bracelet cartier copy 2016, at the Manor in Morrisville, Vt. Cliff had been in declining health for several years due to Parkinson's related illness. His beloved wife of 49 years, Delores S. "Dee" Johnson, predeceased him in 2007. 7, 1936, to Edith and Clifford A. Johnson. in civil engineering in 1965. Cliff had a long career in professional engineering in his native New Jersey, starting in 1962 at Elson T. Cliff also served as the municipal engineer for Madison Borough from 1977 to 1983, and the borough of New Providence from 1980 to 1987. Cliff and Dee first purchased a home in Elmore, Vt., in 1986, later settling in Stowe in 1996, after they sold their Madison home. They loved the mountains, the many friends they had made, and the many activities Stowe had to offer. Not yet ready to retire in 1996, Cliff originally started out as a consulting engineer from home, but was later recruited by the Stowe Select Board to become the director of Public Works. Cliff oversaw the operation of the Highway, Water and Sewer and Parks Department. He enjoyed his interactions with the Select Board, co workers, department heads and residents. He loved his involvement in numerous capital projects, and represented Stowe at the Lamoille Planning Commission among many other activities. He served the town from 1998 until his retirement in 2006. Cliff was very involved, and very passionate about his professional, and community service as well as the Episcopal Church. He never said no! He served on numerous local and sell cartier bracelet replica national boards, such as the American Council of Engineering Companies( ACEC), where he was a past vice president, The Consulting Engineers Council of New cartier bracelet with key Jersey (past president), and the Madison Rotary Club, where was also a past president and Paul Harris Fellow. He was also a past member of the Morris County Chamber of Commerce and the Morris County Family Service Agency, where he served as treasurer. He continued with his community activities in Vermont as well, up until his health would not allow him to. Cliff was a longtime member of the Stowe Rotary Club, where he was past president, secretary, chaplain, and Paul Harris Fellow. (He rarely missed meetings!) He was Director Emeritus of the Stowe Land Trust, a Vermont District 5 Environmental Commission board member, and board member of Community faux cartier bracelet Health Services of Lamoille Valley. He was a lifelong Episcopal Church member, active with Grace Episcopal Church in Madison, and St. John's in the Mountain's Episcopal Church in Stowe, fulfilling many roles as Lay reader, acolyte, warden, and many more roles at both parishes. He was instrumental in the building and design of the Grace Church Memorial Garden where he will be laid to rest with his late wife. After he became a widower in 2007, Cliff continued to travel, go to concerts, visit the Lake Mansfield Trout Club for meals (not fishing) play golf (not very well), and enjoy his many friends, and family. He enjoyed skiing until that became too difficult. He particularly loved the Arts, and was a long time supporter of the Vermont Mozart Festival, and the Vermont Symphony Orchestra. He also loved theatre and attended many plays and musicals. He especially enjoyed his granddaughter's annual ballet performance! Cliff is survived by his children, Sara Beth of Morrisville, Vt.; Peter of Stowe, Vt., and Kathryn (Kate) Baker of Granby, Conn.; grandchildren, Jessica, Kyle and Jack Johnson of Morrisville; Willa and Griffin Johnson of Morrisville, and Frederic and Cameron Baker of Granby, Conn.; a brother, George W. also survive him, as well as many nieces, nephews and cousins. The Johnson family would like to thank Dr. David Bisbee, the caregivers and staff at Copley Woodlands, The Manor, and Lamoille Home Health and Hospice for the compassionate care Cliff received during his illness. A celebration of Cliff's life will take place Saturday, Jan. at Grace Episcopal Church, Madison, with a reception to follow. His ashes will be interred at Grace Memorial Garden beside his late wife.
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