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. SONIA SALSEDA :

    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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