Harvey Moneview Johnson

Harvey Moneview “Monty” Johnson, age 88. Sunrise July 6, 1930 and Sunset December 26, 2018.

Visitation 11:00am and Funeral 12:00 noon Thursday January 3, 2019 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH 2500 Cleveland Ave.

Interment at Eastlawn Cemetery.

Condolence Messages

  1. Stephanie Abraham-Holmes

    Prayers to everyone in the family. Uncle Moneview will be truly missed.

  2. So very sorry for your loss of Mr.Harvey,my deepest sympathy.

  3. Irish J. Richardson

    To the Johnson family. My heart is with you and your family at this time of your loss. There is comfort in knowing God’s promises about the resurrection hope. (Acts 24:15) and (John 5:28,29) In the past God has resurrected humans and He is eager to do it again because He hates death. (Mark 5:41-43) I would like to discuss more with you about God’s promises. Feel free to contact me at (614) 870-2979. Love Your Neighbor Irish J. Richardson. Please call!

  4. We want to share our condolences with the family. It’s never easy saying goodbye to a love one. The pain of loss can be unbearable. Our creator promises that one day this pain will be a memory. That beautiful promise can be found at Revelation 21:3&4 we hope you find comfort in these promises.

  5. Monty Johnson was a tremendous asset to the Sperry Univac organization. I “inherited” Monty as a resource when he was the Facility Manager for the building that was the headquarters of the company’s Federal Systems. He was a huge asset to me, a trusted confidant & an extremely creative manager. He taught how to beat prepare budgets, anticipated problems, made suggestions and managed an interesting workforce. Everyone I know truly respected Monty and I personally “leaned” on him more than anyone knows. I know his circle of friends will miss him greatly as do I. RIP Monty Johnson.

  6. My condolences and prayer to the Johnson family, Monty was a very special human been. The wonderful memories left with us will bring comfort.

  7. Monty was a gentleman, through and through. He was a wiley soul who would have been a very good politician. He taught me many of the unwritten rules of the corporate jungle. God Bless you Monty Johnson!

  8. I arrived in D.C. after being almost fired. We had our times in my new job with Product Marketing with Bud Powers and Al Stanko. Monty and I, after a rocky start, became the best of friends on a professional and personal level. I came to appreciate his managerial abilities, which led to my personal success in the organization. My prayers of comfort to the family and friends of Monty. Amen

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