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John M. Johnson 06/24/2017

PLAINVILLE - John Michael Johnson, 52, of Plainville, Massachusetts, passed away peacefully on Friday, June 24th after a long illness. John was born in Brookline, MA, moved to Plainville when he was 5 months old, and lived there his entire life. John was a gifted mechanic, avid outdoorsman, Nascar fan and all-around good guy. He will be dearly missed by everyone who was lucky enough to know him. With a quick wit and unfailing sense of humor, he was always the first to help when anyone around him was in need. John was a man of extraordinary faith which provided him with strength and courage. His greatest joy was sharing God's love with others.

He is survived by his daughter Jessica L. (Johnson) Paquette, son-in-law Christopher J. Paquette and their children, Alexis M. Paquette and Landon C. Paquette of North Attleboro. He is survived by his mother, Patricia C. (Arcaro) Johnson of Plainville. His father, Richard W. Johnson, preceded him in death in 1992. He is survived by his five siblings: Christine M. Johnson of Buzzards Bay, Joseph R. Johnson of Attleboro, Robert J. Johnson of Plainville, Susan A. Johnson of North Attleboro, and Theresa A. Johnson of North Attleboro, sister-in-law Susan M. (Amoling) Johnson and brother-in-law Stephen D. Rogers, and eight beloved nieces and nephews. In addition, he is survived by numerous loving aunts, uncles and cousins across the country, and a number of devoted friends who supported him over the years and were always in his heart.

John will be honored in a private funeral mass at St. Martha's Church and will be laid to rest at Plainville Cemetery. Remembrances may be left at the online guest book at Sperry-McHoul.com.   Visiting hours are respectfully omitted.

Arrangements entrusted to Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove Street, North Attleboro.

The family wishes to acknowledge the exceptional care of Community VNA and Hospice Care of Attleboro, Dr. Rachel Wolfe-Silver of Foxboro, and the many caregivers who supported John and his family over the years. You made a tremendous difference, and we sincerely thank you for all that you did.



#15 Bill Fasulo 2017-07-05 13:26
My deepest sympathies to the Johnson family on the loss of John.
#14 Jeff Martinous 2017-07-02 04:18
I always remember hanging out with John in the old neighborhood playing kickball, street hockey and causing trouble! He was a great guy. He was two years ahead of me in HS. When I was a freshman at King Philip, he was a junior, I was nervous the first few weeks of high school. John showed me around and introduced me to different people. He made me feel at home. Thank you John I'll never forget your kindness and god rest your soul.
#13 DeMers Family 2017-07-01 01:51
Our Deepest condolences to the Johnson Family
John always made sure I was happy when I was around him in school and not sure if anyone really New but John Johnson was Tuff as nails and could take anyone he wanted but never laid a finger on nobody and always turned the cheek
You will be missed by all my friend Rest In Peace see you on the other side Buddy !!
#12 Gagnon family 2017-06-30 02:12
Our sincere condolences to the Johnson family, We've never forgotten the great times with John and the family over the years and remember the many cars John had fixed at the garage. We know he is with his dad and at peace now. John had a big heart and a gentle soul. God Bless.
#11 Denise RonhockBishop 2017-06-29 12:40
My condolences to the Johnson family.
#10 Nancy vittorini CVNA 2017-06-29 10:00
So sorry for your loss ... I'm praying for all of you .
#9 Paul Johnson 2017-06-29 00:22
John was a good friend all through grade school and into high school, one of the last times I remember talking to him he was out in the driveway with the hood up of that beautiful RED SS 454 , he was a great guy , im so very sorry for your loss , he will be in my thoughts and prayers
#8 Nancy vittorini CVNA 2017-06-28 23:18
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you ..
#7 Marisa Ross 2017-06-28 20:04
Dear Johnson Family,
My heart goes out to all of you. John was certainly one of a kind. For over 30 years John and all of you have continually been in my thoughts. I feel very blessed to have known your family. I am also truly blessed to have shared as many memories as I have over the years with John. You will always be in my thoughts and prayers and my memories of John will be with me forever, as only memories are what we get to keep for eternity.
Love and Prayers,
#6 John Rose 2017-06-28 18:27
My condolences to the Johnson family. We are sorry for your loss.
John, Dot,& Jen
#5 Kelly Mannering 2017-06-28 13:24
Teri (and family) - I was so very sorry to hear about your brother. Siblings are your first friends and I'm sure his loss is extremely difficult. My heart goes out to you and all of your family. Please give your Mom an extra hug from me - no mother should ever have to endure the loss of a child - no matter how old they are always your baby. My deepest and most heartfelt condolences.
#4 The Skinners 2017-06-28 13:17
So sorry for your loss.
#3 Kim jillson~manning 2017-06-28 13:05
The Johnson Family and Jessica and family, please accept my condolences ! John has had a rough time as far back as I can remember. Such a sad, thing! He is now free to race and not get pulled over, he can party as much as he wants now! I already know he was met at the gate by Dave Fiske , and Mimi ! There's soooo many memories I have of john and growing up here in Plainville! John ~ rest easy buddy! This was the hardest news to break to poor Helen Hugo - you were her favorite! She is so sad! See you on the other side !
#2 Mark Fiske 2017-06-28 03:11
So sorry for your loss to the Johnson family. Johnny was a great guy and fun to be around he always made me laugh. Dave and John are together again raising hell. RIP from the entire Fiske family.
#1 Karen Fiske 2017-06-28 03:05
Rob and family, I am so sorry to hear of Johnny's passing. Have so many great memories of him that I will always treasure. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

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