Tex Johnson | Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel

November 7, 1939 - December 4, 2018


Tex A. Johnson, age 79, of Bloomington, died December 4, 2018. Tex was preceded in death by parents, James and Lucille Johnson; brother, Larry Johnson; sister, Lavina Youmans; son, Bryan Johnson and in-laws, Edward and Pearl Sorensen. Survived by wife, Linda; son, Mark; step-children, Kelly (Eric) Miller and Matthew Kern; grandchildren, Lauren, Evan, Andrew and Joshua Miller; nephews, extended family and friends at OPH. Tex was loved by family and friends for being spontaneous and fun-loving, as well as having a generous, hardworking and determined spirit. He carried those traits into his careers as a mechanical engineer and in sales. His favorite times were trips to the family cabin, Door County, OPH, Friday fireside men's group and spending time with family. He also enjoyed gardening, working on home projects, reading, politics and participating in Toastmasters. Tex volunteered throughout his life, but particularly enjoyed various opportunities in his church from working with youth, men's group, facilitating a 12 step Christian Living group and assisting with the annual Lenten Soup Suppers.

A special thanks to Dr. Eric Weinshel, Marynne Kopischke, CNP, and Sarah Kruell, RN, OCN of Minnesota Oncology, Dr. Michael Meidema, Minneapolis Heart Institute and the physicians and nurses on the 4th floor at Abbott Northwestern hospital for their skilled and compassionate care.

Memorials can be made to Woodlake Lutheran Church or Families Moving Forward




5 Comments

  1. Amy Stead says:

    Oh Tex❤️. I have so many wonderful memories of you, Linda, Matt, and Kelly. Cancer is so awful. Rest in peace in the arms of our Savior, and reunite with the loved ones who went before you. A true and faithful servant. I sm blessed to have known you.

  2. Donna Hunter says:

    Linda,
    So sorry to hear of the death of your husband. I know that he will be missed by all.
    My prayers be with you at this time.
    From your far away friend, Donna Hunter.

  3. Kathy MacCormick says:

    Condolences to the family. I loved his smile.

  4. Diane Roth says:

    Oh, I’m so sorry to hear this! I have many wonderful memories of Tex and Linda and Woodlake. Praying for the whole family.

  5. Shawn Simonet Motorwerks BMW says:

    Thank you for your wonderful stories and good nature. You had a way of lighting up the room and a smile that was contagious. Your good nature spirit will be missed on earth and warmly welcomed in heaven. God Bless

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