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In Tribute to Lt. Col. Dennis M. Johnson
48 years old.   Residence: Port Edwards, Wisconsin
Died in Pentagon

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Big Brother,
For ten years we have missed and remembered you every day. You are in the thoughts and hearts of many people on this ten year anniversary.
I love you!
Sis

*** Posted by Gail Lindner on 2011-09-10 ***

I jst want your family to know their loved one served with integrity,and will be thought of fondly.God Bless You and your family.

*** Posted by Sanda Munford on 2011-09-08 ***

i am doing a project about 9-11 and my person is you

*** Posted by someone on 2011-09-04 ***

Dennis,

I'm sorry that we never got to get together as we had planned prior to 9/11. Although we didn't keep in touch after we left Mainz, I was looking forward to seeing you again. Rest easier today, Dennis, as the US prevails, and your service is honored.

Doug Judd

*** Posted by Doug Judd on 2011-05-02 ***

I was in ROTC with Dennis and a year ahead of him in classes. I was shocked and saddened to hear of him being at the Pentagon. I cannot think of that day without thinking of him. ROTC was tough during those times, but his sense of duty carried him through. My sympathy to all who lost family members that day.

*** Posted by Hank Bongers on 2011-03-22 ***

I have been wearing a memorial bracelet with Lt Col Dennis M Johnson's name on it every day for about 6 1/2 years. It never comes off. He and his family are in my thoughts and prayers every day. A good friend lost her nephew that day, and I know the hurt and longing never totally go away. I wanted you to know he is remembered, along with the sacrifice of his life for all of us.

*** Posted by Debbie on 2008-08-29 ***

I was on the same dorm wing (Hyer Hall) at UWSP during the 1971-72 school year. Dennis and I were friends and several times went out together for some good times. I was drafted after the 1971-72 school year and never got back in touch with Dennis. I knew he was in ROTC at UWSP (which sometimes resulted in grief from the anti-Vietnam war students, and that it sometimes hurt Dennis) and that he planned on making the military his career. When the pentagon was hit on 9/11/2001, I had a premonition that Dennis might be there. A couple of days later, (and I remember this vividly) I was shaving when I heard over the television that he was a victim. My heart sank. Dennis was a great person, kind and compassionate, and very humble. To this day I think about him and what a loss it must be to his family and friends. My family has made Wisconsin Rapids our home for the last 25 years. My thoughts are with his family and friends. Mark Klabon

*** Posted by Mark Klabon on 2007-01-24 ***

Uncle Dennis,

So many things have happened in the five years since September 11, 2001, it is amazing how fast time flies, yet, this event and you being gone still hurts like this happened yesterday. I never had to opportunity to tell you how proud I was to have you as an uncle, or to let you know that I aspired to be very much like you in fact that you found a job that you loved, and have seen and done so many things with your travels around the world. I love you and miss you.

Jamie (Lindner) Dow - Albuquerque, NM

*** Posted by Jamie (Lindner) Dow on 2006-09-11 ***

The love of my life, my heart and soul.  Is missed so much.  May you be at Peace

*** Posted by Joyce Johnson on 2005-06-12 ***


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