Craig Lewis Johnson, aged 92, passed away on Jan. 9. Craig was born on Aug. 2, 1930 to Ludwig and Marguerite (Cuny) Johnson in San Antonio, Texas. He was a beloved son, brother, husband to Betty, father to four daughters, grandfather to 11 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. He shared his gifts and talents with many, notably with Grace Lutheran Church, where he wore many hats, including president and council member of the church council, Habitat for Humanity coordinator, church bus driver, adult Sunday school teacher and unofficial historian. Craig was a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and was a proud Longhorn. In his professional capacity, Craig worked for 39 years in the US Air Force Security Service, holding various positions involved in signals intelligence, retiring as Technical Director of Electronic Warfare Directorate at the Air Force Communications Center in 1991. One of his favorite assignments was a tour in Zweibrücken, Germany from 1959-62. After his retirement, he gave many years of service to the Association of Old Crows, serving as president in the ’90s.
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