Alan Johnson

Obituary of Alan Scott Johnson

Alan “Scott” Johnson was born on December 4, 1946 in Boston (Medford), Massachusetts to Phyllis (DeLaurier) Johnson and Alan Boynton Johnson.  Scott was a loving father to Christopher Winslow Johnson and loving husband to Lora Vitale Johnson.  He also leaves his nephews Brian, Kevin and Mark Nolan and their families.  He was predeceased by his sister Elaine Nolan.  He died peacefully at home on July 4, 2022, with his family by his side.

Scott awarded the name Winslow to his son Christopher, as their lineage to their ancestors on the Mayflower and Fortune was well documented.

He served in Vietnam as a member of the National 4th Infantry (Ivy) Division in the capacity of Civil Engineer, as he had completed that degree as an undergraduate at Tufts University.  He later completed his MBA at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and a second Masters in Taxation from Seton Hall. He was in management at AT&T Headquarters in Bedminster, New Jersey for 35 years.  Having spent many summers at Newfound Lake in New Hampshire, he immediately fell in love with Lake George boating and our prized Hamlet, Hulett’s Landing.

In the winter, he took his family to their cooperative ski chalet at Killington, Vermont.  As the members married and began families, it made it possible for the children to learn to ski early.  Christopher began is skiing “career” at age three.

Upon retiring, Scott and Lora moved to the Hilton Head, South Carolina area where he enjoyed woodworking; he was also an excellent carpenter and loved both activities.

His most recent joy was the birth of his first grandson and loved following his growth virtually.

We will miss Scott terribly.  He was a most loving husband, and while his wife became very ill and incapacitated as a result of Lyme Disease, he supported her all through their marriage.

We love you Dad, from Lora and Christopher.

A Memorial Tree was planted for Alan
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