John Deloss Johnston, 19262004 (aged 78 years)

Name
John Deloss /Johnston/
Given names
John Deloss
Surname
Johnston
Birth July 30, 1926 35 27
Death of a paternal grandfatherJohn W Johnston
January 6, 1941 (aged 14 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherElizabeth Hall
December 24, 1944 (aged 18 years)
Death of a fatherJohn L Johnston
July 10, 1977 (aged 50 years)
Burial of a fatherJohn L Johnston
July 13, 1977 (aged 50 years)
Death of a motherIda Elanor Reed
February 18, 1978 (aged 51 years)
Burial of a motherIda Elanor Reed
February 21, 1978 (aged 51 years)
Event
Divorce
September 17, 1981 (aged 55 years)
Death October 1, 2004 (aged 78 years)
Note: died in Veterans Administration Regional Hospital, Wade Park Division
Event
Obituary
October 4, 2004 (3 days after death)

Note: OBITUARY

OBITUARY WOOSTER - John D. "Jack" Johnston, 78, of Wooster, died Friday, Oct. 1, 2004, at Veterans Administration Regional Hospital, Wade Park Division in Cleveland. Services will be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the McIntire, Davis & Greene Funeral Home, Wooster. Friends may call Tuesday from 6-9 p.m. at the funeral home, where Masonic Services will be held at 5:45 p.m. Burial will be at Sherwood Memorial Gardens. He was born July 30, 1926, in Montezuma, Iowa to John L. and Ida (Reed) Johnston. He was a graduate of Iowa City High School and the University of Iowa in mechanical-industrial engineering. He served his country in the U.S. Navy during World War II, serving in the European, American and Pacific Theaters. He had been a deputy for the Wayne County Sheriffs Department for five years, and was also with the Shreve Police Department. He spent over 20 years in industry, 11 of which were with the Wooster Brush Co., as divisional manager, spent eight years with the Wayne County Sheriff's Reserve as a deputy, sergeant, lieutenant and secretary. He had been assistant plant engineer for the J.I. Case Co. in Burlington, Iowa and factory manager of Sherwin-Williams Corp. He started his Masonic service in Iowa City, Iowa, was a member of Scottish Rite Temple in Fort Wayne, Ind., was Past Patron twice of the Eastern Star, Charter Member of the Deshler, Ohio Lions Club. He was also past member of the Rotary Clubs of Peru, Ind. and Johnson City, Tenn., a 10-year member of the Wooster Kiwanis Club, with two years as chairman of Pancake Day, a past member and secretary of the Burlington, Iowa Jaycees, and was past vice president of the Chamber of Commerce of Peru, Ind. He was currently a member of Millersburg Masonic Lodge and Eastern Star. He was an inactive lieutenant in Ohio State Militia Military Police under Governor Ohio and the Ohio State Constitution. Surviving are his children, John of Greer, S.C., Scott of Shreve, Mark of Huntsville, Ala., Jim of Powell, Bob of Wooster, Darby Seibert of Wooster and Leah Hall of Scottsdale, Ariz.; 12 grandchildren; a sister, Jeanne Freeman of Iowa City, Iowa and special friend, Hazel Bloom of Medina. His wives, Ann Campbell Johnston and Virginia Miller Johnston, died previously.

Burial October 6, 2004 (5 days after death)
Family with parents
father
18901977
Birth: November 1, 1890 29 30Jackson township, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: July 10, 1977Iowa City, Johnson County, Iowa, United States of America
mother
18981978
Birth: December 7, 1898Wright County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: February 18, 1978Mercy Hospital, Iowa City, Johnson County, Iowa, United States of America
Marriage
Marriage: December 3, 1921Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa, United States of America
18 months
elder sister
19232008
Birth: June 5, 1923 32 24Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: November 25, 2008Iowa City, Johnson County, Iowa, United States of America
3 years
himself
19262004
Birth: July 30, 1926 35 27Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States of America
Death: October 1, 2004Cleveland, Wayne County, Ohio, United States of America
Death

died in Veterans Administration Regional Hospital, Wade Park Division

Event

OBITUARY WOOSTER - John D. "Jack" Johnston, 78, of Wooster, died Friday, Oct. 1, 2004, at Veterans Administration Regional Hospital, Wade Park Division in Cleveland. Services will be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the McIntire, Davis & Greene Funeral Home, Wooster. Friends may call Tuesday from 6-9 p.m. at the funeral home, where Masonic Services will be held at 5:45 p.m. Burial will be at Sherwood Memorial Gardens. He was born July 30, 1926, in Montezuma, Iowa to John L. and Ida (Reed) Johnston. He was a graduate of Iowa City High School and the University of Iowa in mechanical-industrial engineering. He served his country in the U.S. Navy during World War II, serving in the European, American and Pacific Theaters. He had been a deputy for the Wayne County Sheriffs Department for five years, and was also with the Shreve Police Department. He spent over 20 years in industry, 11 of which were with the Wooster Brush Co., as divisional manager, spent eight years with the Wayne County Sheriff's Reserve as a deputy, sergeant, lieutenant and secretary. He had been assistant plant engineer for the J.I. Case Co. in Burlington, Iowa and factory manager of Sherwin-Williams Corp. He started his Masonic service in Iowa City, Iowa, was a member of Scottish Rite Temple in Fort Wayne, Ind., was Past Patron twice of the Eastern Star, Charter Member of the Deshler, Ohio Lions Club. He was also past member of the Rotary Clubs of Peru, Ind. and Johnson City, Tenn., a 10-year member of the Wooster Kiwanis Club, with two years as chairman of Pancake Day, a past member and secretary of the Burlington, Iowa Jaycees, and was past vice president of the Chamber of Commerce of Peru, Ind. He was currently a member of Millersburg Masonic Lodge and Eastern Star. He was an inactive lieutenant in Ohio State Militia Military Police under Governor Ohio and the Ohio State Constitution. Surviving are his children, John of Greer, S.C., Scott of Shreve, Mark of Huntsville, Ala., Jim of Powell, Bob of Wooster, Darby Seibert of Wooster and Leah Hall of Scottsdale, Ariz.; 12 grandchildren; a sister, Jeanne Freeman of Iowa City, Iowa and special friend, Hazel Bloom of Medina. His wives, Ann Campbell Johnston and Virginia Miller Johnston, died previously.