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Male, born 1910-09-09, died 1991-03-26

Associated with the firm network

Kuney-Johnson Company, Building Contractors

Professional History


Partner, Kuney Johnson Company, Seattle, WA, c. 1948- . His obituary of 1991 indicated: "He built Seattle Public Safety Building, the Washington Building, Seattle Public Library, Group Health Hospital, and Seattle Opera House." (See "Lloyd Wallace Johnson," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 03/30/1991, p. 10.)

President, Lloyd Johnson Construction Company, c. 1958.

President, Johnson M.K. Company, Seattle, WA.

President, Atlas Construction Company, Seattle, WA.

Professional Activities

Member, Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Washington, Seattle, WA.


High School / College

Graduate, Seattle Public Schools, Roosevelt High School, Seattle, WA. He also attended University Heights Elementary School in Seattle's University District.

B.S., Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.



Born on 09/09/1910 in WA, Lloyd W. Johnson lived with his family at 4560 55th Avenue NE, Seattle, WA, in 1930. The family was prosperous in 1930, owning a $15,000 residence free and clear, and employing a Swedish servant, Katherine Olson (born c. 1904 in Sweden). The 4000 block of 55th Street NE also had some houses in the $30,000-$50,000 price range, indicating the upper-middle class nature of the neighborhood.

He resided in Bellevue, WA, from 1956 until the end of his life in 1991. He passed away at Bellevue's Overlake Hospital on 03/26/1991.


His father was George J. Johnson, (born c. 1881 in Sweden), also a building contractor; his step-mother was Huldah Johnson, (born c. 1894 in WA), also of Swedish parentage. His father was married c. 1907 for the first time, and about 1920 the second. George and Huldah married about 1920 and had two children, Lorraine E. (born c. 1922 in WA) and George R. (born c. 07/1928 in WA); George had two children by his first wife: Lloyd and Bernice K. Johnson (born c. 1927 in WA).

Biographical Notes

A Lloyd Johnson ran for Seattle City Council in 1934 on the New Order of Cincinnatus ticket; he failed in the primaries. Given that most of the NOC candidates were youthful (in their 20s), it is possible that this Lloyd Johnson was the candidate.

Member, Seattle Yacht Club, Seattle, WA. Johnson was Vice-admiral of Opening Day Boating in 1955.

Member, Seattle Golf Club, Seattle, WA.

Member, Rainier Club, Seattle, WA.

PCAD id: 5622