Lloyd C. Johnson - Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel

August 24, 1929 - March 20, 2013

Lloyd Charles Johnson age 83 of Morgan, MN formerly of Richfield, MN.  Born August 24, 1929 in Morgan, MN and passed away March 20, 2013 in Minneapolis, MN.  Retired from Northwestern Bell after 30 years of service.  Lloyd enjoyed time spent with friends and family, dancing, playing cards and listening to old time music.  He will be remembered by his smile.  Preceded in death by first wife, Shirley and brother, Lester.  Survived by his loving wife, Lucille Hacker; his children, Charles (Roxanne), Julianne (Dale) Johnson, Lanette (Mark) Wise, Melinda (Kurt) Seibert, Randy (Tammy); grandchildren, Andrea (Anthony) Shealy, Jennifer (David) Ritter, Vanessa Wise, Karl Seibert, Josephine Johnson; many great-grandchildren; brother, Lyle; step-children, Russel (Beth) Hacker, Linda (Gene) Soupir, James (Vicki) Hacker, Sandy (Al) Roeser, Kathy Hacker; and 18 step-grandchildren.


  1. Mary says:

    I’m so sorry about your Dad. I know it’s hard to say goodbye to your Dad, it was for me. Just know that he is now surrounded by warmth and love and will be with you always.
    I wish I could be with you but know that I am thinking of you and your family.

    Love you,

  2. Mark Trefry says:

    Dear Family, Friends, and Relatives of Lloyd Johnson,

    Let me take this time to extend heart felt condolences and sympathy from the entire Trefry family to all of you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

    Lloyd, his brothers, and all the Johnson family members hold a special place in our hearts. My dad (Don Trefry) loved Lloyd, Les, and Lyle like brothers. They, in return, shared the same kind of love and caring with Dad, Mom, Uncle Dane, Grandma Clara, and all of us. It may have been way too many years since we all gathered, but the memories of reunions and smaller gatherings gone by lives strong within us all.

    It was always a special day, when one of the Johnson boy’s cars pulled up in the driveway in Redwood Falls. Lloyd’s wonderful smile and laugh would make everyone have such a great time sharing stories and keeping up. If we could have bottle up Lloyd’s smile and laugh we could have all made millions. He was always there for special occasions, but the times I remember most was simply sitting around our kitchen table. Those three Johnson brothers were one of a kind, each different, but all full of the gift of gab.

    We will miss Lloyd dearly and think of you all during the coming days and weeks.


    Mark Trefry, Joan Trefry, Linda & Jeff Schiller, Paul & Maureen Trefry

    • Kellie brooks says:

      Thank you Mark for your kind words!! I know that my dad, as well as Lloyd and Lyle felt the same for your family!!! I always loved your dad, Donnie. I loved his smile and dimples!! I remember he came and watched one of my tennis meets with my dad. He was like an uncle to me!!

      And your mom…she would always remember details of our lives.

      You guys are all so special to us. I just hate it that it takes an occasion such as these to let each other know.

      Love to all of you Trefrys!!!

      Kellie (johnson) brooks
      (les and donna’s youngest)

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