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Obituary for Delmont "Monty" Johann, Jr.
Delmont “Monty” F. Johann, Jr., passed away at his home in Crescent City on June 8, 2010. He was 72. Monty, as friends and family knew him, was born January 19, 1938, in Burbank, Calif., to Delmont, Sr. and Shirley (Harwood) Johann. He grew up in various locations in California and Oregon, graduating high school in Marin County, Calif. He then began what would be a 20+ year career in sheet metal fabrication and installation. Monty married Carole Nickerson in Santa Barbara, Calif., on May 5, 1972. The couple moved to Crescent City in 1978 where Monty worked in the Juvenile Detention Center for 10 years. After that, he operated his own repair business. Monty was a member of and on staff at Redwood Family Worship Center. He was also a member of the Fuchsia Club, the Illinois Valley Grange and the Shamrocks Square Dancers in Cave Junction. He enjoyed fishing, square dancing and working with his hands. Survivors include his wife of 38 years, Carole of Crescent City, daughter, Patricia Johann of Scotland, brother and sister-in-law, Cliff and Maureen Johann and their family of O’Brien, Ore., sister-in-law, Lillian ‘Toddy’ Fernandez of Crescent City, sister-in-law, Brenda Candella of Longview, Wash., brother-in-law, Ron Nickerson of Santa Monica, Calif., and numerous nieces and nephews. Monty was preceded in death by a brother, Lee in 2004. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Redwood Family Worship Center, 2900 English Lane, Crescent City, Calif. 95531. A memorial service will be held on Thursday, June 17, 2010, at 11 a.m. at Redwood Family Worship Center, at the corner of Parkway and English Lane. Rev. Jim Ford will officiate. A luncheon will follow the service there.