CARIBOU and LAKELAND, Fla. – Frederick A. Johnson, 87, passed away Thursday, Dec. 21, 2006, as a result of injuries sustained in an auto accident. He was born Feb. 5, 1919, in New Sweden, the youngest son of Axel Herman and Lillie (Anderson) Johnson. He attended schools in Stockholm and graduated from Caribou High School. He married Goldie Morse Johnson, Feb. 15, 1939, in Cherryfield. Frederick enjoyed a variety of occupations, beginning with Swedish interpreter at American Peat Co.; tailor at Anderson’s Clothing Store, Caribou; wholesale machinery manager at Maine Potato Growers, Inc., Presque Isle; district manager for Eastern Division Massey-Ferguson; sales manager at Osborne Ford Sales, Presque Isle; and finally an independent real estate appraiser before retiring in 1989. Being civic-minded he had been a member and past commander H.P. Pratt Jr. No. 15 Post American Legion, King Lion of Caribou Lions Club, as well as district governor of Lions International; president of Caribou Rotary Club, as well as deputy district governor of Rotary International; president of Nordic Lakers’ Snowmobile Club, member and chairman at Cary Medical Center Board of Directors, a member of Gustaf Adolph Lutheran Church, New Sweden. After retirement he moved to Lakeland, Fla., where he was an active member of Schalamar Creek Golf Club and its men’s league. He was predeceased by his parents; three brothers, Wilfred C., Richard H. and Hayford Johnson; and his daughter, Lucinda Hebert. He is survived by his wife of 67 years; son, Lance H. and his wife, Lillian, of Portland, Ore.; son-in-law, Athill Hebert of Caribou; seven grandchildren, Lori Weber and husband, Mark, Lance Jarl Johnson, Erin Wernli, all of Portland, Ore., Miles Hebert and wife, Lisa, of Gahanna, Ohio, Logan Hebert of Blakeslee, Pa., Seth Hebert and wife, Angie, of Orford, N.H., and Dr. Hannah Hebert of Worcester, Mass.; six great-grandchildren, Cassie Weber, Dilan and Ayden Hebert and Weston, Camden and Mackenzie Hebert. At the request of the deceased, there will be no visiting hours. Services and interment will be in Maine at a later date. Those who wish may express condolences by donating to the Gustaf Adolph Lutheran Church Memorial Fund, care of Shirley Erickson, New Sweden, ME 04769.