Thomas Dalton Johannson

August 28, 1927 - November 20, 2019
Thomas Dalton Johannson

Thomas Dalton Johannson 92, of Wilmington, NC formerly of Baltimore, Maryland passed away Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at his home.

Thomas was born in Langruth, Manitoba on August 28, 1927 the son of the late Arni Margeir and Hilda Dalton Johannson. After receiving his  degree in Mechanical Engineering he went to work with Ingersoll Rand, and then moved to Maryland to run Macmillan Bloedel Packaging Incorporated for fifty years. He was the widower of Margaret Ann Donovan Johannson, and was also preceded in death by brothers Francis and John Johannson, and sister Sigridur J. Moore. He was an incredible person – a caring father, grandfather and friend. A hard worker who was always willing to lend a hand no matter how large or small, he will be remembered fondly and missed deeply.

Surviving are sons Thomas Derek Johannson, Brian Bequette, daughters Leslie Simmons and husband Scott, Marion Donavan, brother Robert Johannson, and sisters Sarah Blanche McLeod, Rena Arksey, and Louise Groom. He had nine grandchildren.

A graveside memorial service will be conducted on Saturday, December 7, 2019 at Dulaney Memorial Gardens in Timonium, MD.

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  • November 24, 2019
    Murray and Linda Johanson says:
    We are so saddened to hear of your loss. Please accept our deepest condolences

  • December 05, 2019
    Tommy Johannson says:
    I always will love you pop pop

  • December 05, 2019
    Auntie Mariellen says:
    Your dad was always so kind to me when as a bratty teenager I spent summers with your mom and dad in Baltimore. He was a special person.

  • December 09, 2019
    Sophia Huber says:
    As a close friend of one of his grand children, I will never forget the fun times spent with pop when we were kids. He was always smiling and made us crazy kids have such wonderful times.