Dr. Stanley C Johnson


Stanley passed away, at St. Theresa's Hospice Care Center, to his heavenly home September 7, 2019, at the age of 66, from a malignant brain tumor. Stan was born in Mankato, MN on November 4, 1952. He graduated from Lake Crystal High School in 1971, received his Bachelors Degree from St. John's University at Collegeville, MN in 1975, and his Masters Degree in psychology, from the University of Dallas, a few years later. Deciding to pursue further education he received his Doctorate Degree in psychology from St. Thomas University in St. Paul, MN in 1995. He worked as a professional clinical psychologist in Minneapolis, until his death.

Stan was married to his college sweetheart, Regina, who preceded him in death in 2006. He was also preceded in death by his parents Robert and Geraldine Johnson and brother-in-law Norman Duggan. He is survived by his sisters Susan (Bill) Motl of Mesa, AZ and Roberta Duggan, Fairmont, MN, seven nieces and nephews, nine great nieces and nephews and many cousins.

Stan enjoyed helping people. He was a kind and gentle soul who was loved by many and will be greatly missed.
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Published on September 11, 2019
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Karen Kramer
Sep 13, 2019
I was a colleague of Stan's and remember when he was hired at HealthPartners in Behavioral Health. He was always open to sharing his knowledge with others, and was very compassionate towards clients. He continued to be open to learning and expanding his understanding of himself and others throughout his life, an example to all of us.
Ernest Neilsen
Sep 12, 2019
Sorry to hear of Stan's passing. We have many fond memories of Stan growing up together in a small town and sharing experiences in school, scouts, church and sports.