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Martin R. Johnson
January 16, 1948 - August 25, 2010

Martin R. Johnson, 62, of Woonsocket died Wednesday, August 25, 2010 at Landmark Medical Center.  Born in Providence, he was the son of the late Elmer and Helen (Lazzreshi) Johnson.  He was the beloved husband of Glenda (Fulmer) Johnson. 

Martin was the proud father of Martin J. Jr. of North Carolina, Brian and his wife, Lisa of Woonsocket and Cheryl Brann and her husband, Charles of Norton Ma.  He was the brother of Rose Marie Morse, Barbara Beard, Joan Quimette, Claire Comeau, and the late Angela Roposa and Richard Johnson.  He will be missed by his grandsons: Christopher Campbell, Kyle Johnson and Jack Johnson.

Martin lived in Woonsocket for most of his life and was the owner/operator of
JR Spraying Inc. for over twenty years. He retired ten years ago and became an avid coin and a firearms enthusiast.  He was a previous member of the Manville Rod and Gun Club, as well as the Angle Tree Stone Rod & Gun Club in North Attleboro, MA.  Martin was also a longtime member of the National Rifle Association (NRA)

Funeral Services will be private.    



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