Port Angeles Evening news 11-4-1960 Lyman H Johnson death
Lymtn H. Johnson dieijritetto be announced Lyman ft. Johnson, Forks bus!ness bus!ness man whose home was at Barnes Cove, Lake Crescent, died early this morning at the hospital which he had been taken Thursday. Thursday. He was 67 years old. Funeral services, will be announced later the McDonald Funeral Home, Me was born in Port Angeles Feb. 22, 1892 the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Johnson, pioneers. pioneers. He attended grade school here and attended Franklin High School in Seattle when his father transferred transferred business activities there for time. Later he attended a Seattle Seattle business college, graduating in bookkeeping and accounting. Then he joined the office force and Talbot at Port of Pope Gamble. Mr. Johnson returned to Port Angeles in 1915 and married Miss Eda Lizce on June 27, 1915 at Yakima. For a time he was associated with his father in the livery and transfer business, later branching out in the trucking business for himself and subsequently was a partner in the Olympic Stevedore Company. During World War II ne was in charge of the ammunition depot at Mukiltco for the U. S. Army and was commended for valuable service there. After the war he of returned with Port Angeles. Mrs. Johnson to They made their home at Lake Crescent and developed developed the Lyman Johnson Company Company logging equipment business at Forks. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Eda Johnson, Lake Crescent and two daughters—Mrs. Eugene Knox, Coronado, Calif, and Mrs. James Muzzy, wife of Capt. James Muzzy, United States Coast Guard. The Muzzys are residing in Tokyo, Japan, where Capt. Muzzy is commander of the Far East Section, United States Coast Guard. Mr, Johnson was a life member member of Naval Lodge 353, BPO, Elks.