Mark Edward Johnson

website JohnsonMark Edward Johnson, 60, of Dresden, passed away unexpectedly on March 29, 2024.

Born on June 21,1963 in Damariscotta. He would always tell us it’s the longest day of the year, first day of summer. He grew up in Wiscasset. He graduated from Wiscasset High School.

He Married his wife Sandra on August 13,1994 and has Two kids Matthew and Shelby.

While in high school he worked at Races Gas Station in Edgecomb. He worked for Damariscotta police department for one day as Damariscotta 4. He Got his bus driving license his senior year. And drove his class to project graduation. He drove bus at SAD 75 for 13 years. In the summers when there wasn't in school he worked for Webbers construction in Cundy’s Harbor. He worked for the Wiscasset Highway Department. Then moved to the Wiscasset Sewer Department. Then he went to drive bus for Great Salt Bay and Lincoln Academy, Whitefield, and Erskine Academy. His Final Job was with Steve McGee Construction.

Mark enjoyed Spending time with his Granddaughters, driving bus and dump truck, going for four wheeling rides, Haying with Roger Downs, going to camp with the boys, going to Rangeley with his family and going on trips and spending time with his brothers and sisters.

Mark is Predeceased by his father William Johnson, brother Craig Johnson, Mother Patricia Hendrickson, Step-Father Howard Hendrickson.

He is Survived by his Wife Sandra Johnson, Son Matthew Johnson and his daughter Peyton, Daughter Shelby Rice her husband Daniel and Daughter Ryleigh, Sister Theresa Johnson her partner Steve, Brothers Randy Johnson wife Deb aka “Mark JR.”, Joey Johnson wife Deb, Alan Hendrickson Wife Neilly, sister Lou- Ann Rines husband Gilbert. And many nieces and nephews.

The service and Celebration of life will be Sunday April 7,2024 at 2pm at the Elks Lodge 397 Civic Center Drive, Augusta, ME

If you wish to bring something, we are doing Finger foods only.

We are keeping it casual the way Mark would want it with flannel shirts.

Arrangements are under the care of Kincer Funeral Home, 130 Pleasant St., Richmond, ME  04357