Duane “Dewey” Johnson

Nov. 30, 1942-Feb. 6, 2020

Funeral services for

Duane “Dewey” Johnson,

77, of Watford City, ND

will be Thursday, Febru-

ary 13, 2020 at 11:00 a.m.

at First Lutheran Church

in Watford City, ND with

Pastor Rob Favorite offici-ating.

Visitation will be

Wednesday, February 12,

2020 from 12:00-5:00 p.m.

at Fulkerson-Stevenson

Memorial Chapel in Wat-

ford City, ND. Burial will

be in the Spring Creek

Cemetery following the

luncheon after the funeral

service under the direc-

tion of

Fulkerson-Stevenson Fun-

eral Home of Sidney.

Remembrances, con-

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Dewey passed away

Thursday, February 6,

2020, at his home in Wat-

ford City, ND.

Duane “Dewey” John-

son was born on No-

vember 30, 1942 to Dallas

and Doris Hagen Johnson

in Williston, ND. He at-

tended grade school at the

rural Randall School and

went to high school at

Watford City High School,

graduating in 1963. He

was on the wrestling team

during his high school


After graduation Dewey

joined the Army serving

in Fort Leonard Wood,

MO and in England. Upon

completion of his service

in the military he went to

work in the oil field. Dur-

ing his working career he

worked at oil well ser-

vices, Jergenson Ranch

and the Senior Center

where he drove the bus

for the residents. When he

retired his favorite things

were to eat at the Senior

Center, attending all the

games at Watford City

High School, eating break-

fast at the One Stop with

customers and friends,

and watching western

movies and eating at his

son Nathan’s. He met

many new friends.

Dewey is preceded in

death by: his parents Dal-

las and Doris Johnson,

and many aunts and un-


He is survived by: his

son Nathan Sivertson of

Watford City, ND and his

children Natasha, Derek,

Cody and Sadie, Jodie

(Jon) Wick of Mohall, ND

and their children Alyssa,

Justin and Kamron, Dana

(Wade) Wold of Watford

City, ND and their

daughter Kira,

great-grandson Burke

Witte and his sister Dar-

lene (Ross) Birney of

Bismarck, ND.