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January 11th, 1931 – Monday, June 7, 2010

Service Information
St. Francis Catholic Church – Buffalo
Thursday June 10th, 2010
11:00 A.M.

Visitation Information

June A. (Rivers) Johnson age 79, of Buffalo, MN, passed away on June 7th, 2010, at her home.

June was born on January 11th, 1931,in Duluth, MN, the daughter of Ernest and Emma (Miller) Rivers. On April 19th, 1951, June was united in marriage to Duane Johnson at St. Jean The Baptist Catholic Church in Duluth.

June is survived by her loving family: husband Duane; children: Jeanne (Jim) Bray of Pearl City, IL; Debbie (Glenn) Ericson of St. Louis Park, MN; Cathy (Ken) Olson of Big Lake, MN, Terri (Murvin Curry) Johnson of Anoka, MN; grandchildren: James (Mary Kesslar) Streeter, Jesse (Landon)McDougald, Kristofer Ericson, Kelsey Ericson, Sarah Tess, Rachel Tess, Kaitlin Olson, Timothy Karasch, Tiffany Curry, Amber Curry; great-grandchildren: Kyler, Rylee, Kelsey, and Joseph.

She is preceded in death by: parents, Ernest and Emma Rivers and sister, Marilyn Milner.

Casket Bearers are her grandchildren.
Mass of Christian Burial held Thursday, 11 A.M., St. Francis Catholic Church in Buffalo. Visitation will be one hour prior to the Mass at the CHURCH. Your prayers are preferred in lieu of flowers or memorials. Thank you.
Interment is at St. Francis Catholic Cemetery.

The Peterson Chapel of Buffalo is proud to have served the family.

2 Guestbook Entries

  1. Gail Eldien Jasmer

    Dear Debbie and family,
    So sorry to hear about your mother. May God be with you and may He guide you in this sad time.

  2. Jann Hayes aka Janet Caskey

    I was saddened to see that June had passed away. I think of you whenever we are in St. Louis Park, as this is where I remember you moved too. I have lived in Hermantown for 42 yrs. I’m a mom to 3 boys and 3 girls. At one time I had 4 kids in the cities, now just 2 boys and 4 of our 6 grandkids. We try to get to Shakopee & Rosemount every month or so. My husband is retired and I’m going to do so in Dec. so we will be able see them more often. Duane, I hope you are well and that your beautiful daughters are as well. My parents are both gone and Devonshire St. Homes are so neglected, I care not to see mess.


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