Richard George Johnson
Richard George Johnson, 68 years old, of Tacoma Washington, passed away on Sunday February 27th. after a cardiac event. Richard was born in Wichita Kansas on March 3rd, 1953, to Jo Ann Fuller and Harold Earl Johnson. He is also survived by his brother Harold Johnson of Kansas.
Rich spent most of his adult years in restaurant management and several entrepreneurial enterprises. He often showed his love through the food he cooked.
He is survived by his Mother Jo Ann, grandson/ best friend Jack, his son in-law Ian and his three loving daughters Audrey, Elizabeth and Nicole.
Above all else Richard loved his family. He was the type of man who would give anyone the shirt off his back. He will be deeply missed.
His humor and love will live on through his family.
Please help us celebrate Richard’s life on
April 30th, 2022, at 1100 am
629 South 356th Street
Federal Way Washington 98003
While I never had the pleasure of meeting Rich because of the vivid, funny and loving stories that Nikki shared with me about her Dad I feel as if I’d met him. My most sincere condolences to his loving family
You all have my deepest sympathy and know I grieve for his loss also. All my love, Nan
I will always remember those days we made coffee together. He took my boys under his wing and he will always have a special place in our hearts. He well truly be missed by all of us.
My deepest condolences to the entire family.
Such sad news. Hopefully you can lean on friends and family and share the happy memories to get you through this.
Wrapping your family up in love during this difficult time. May you only think of the happy memories, every day.
My heart and prayers go out to your family.. Audrey, please stay strong and know that your Progressive family is here for you during these difficult times.
Audrey, I’m so very sorry for your loss. May you and your entire family find comfort in the shared memories of your dad. Thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Audrey, my heart goes out to you and your family. I hope you feel surrounded by much love. Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs to you and your family.
Richard was hilarious and serious. He was such a tough guy and at the same time a total softie – remember when he would joke about BBQing the dog, but then we caught him laying on the floor trying to play with Dewey? His love shined through that macho man persona without any doubt for his girls (and Wren!). I’m incredibly sorry for your loss, he is absolutely irreplaceable. He loved you all so dang much, and will continue to do so – he is a part of you. ❤️ Love, Gertrude.