Peter Morris Johnson (13 Sep 1951 - 5 Sep 2018)

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Location
Mortonhall Crematorium Main Chapel Howdenhall Road Liberton, Edinburgh EH16 6TX
Date
20th Sep 2018
Time
1pm
Funeral Director
Scotmid Funerals, Angle Park

Cremation Details

Location
Mortonhall Crematorium Main ChapelHowdenhall RoadEdinburghEH16 6TX
Date
20th Sep 2018
Time
1pm

Peter Johnson a respected international businessman died peacefully on 05 September 2018, aged 66. Much Loved husband to Alison, devoted father to Matthew, Paul and Claire. Proud Grandfather of Samantha and Maci. He was a close friend and confidant to many, his thoughtful guidance and kindness will be sorely missed by all.

His Funeral will be held at Mortan Hall Crematorium on Thursday 20th September at 1pm. No flowers, donations to Marie Curie Hospice.

Michael Lawrie donated £157.50 in memory of Peter

Will always remember the good times we had.

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Sunset cruise Fort Myers

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Helen Hughes donated in memory of Peter

In warm memories of a joyful business associate/friend. Peter will be sorely missed.
With love
Helen and Steve

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Ashlee Johnson wrote

Peter, I met you about a year after I lost my dad. Thank you so much for including me as one of your own. Words cannot express how much you will be missed. I have some really good recipes from you that will surely be carried on (even though I never tried that fish pie, sorry!) If only your son appreciated fine wine as you did. Thanks for sharing that with me. You will forever be in our hearts. Chow!

Love, Ashlee, Samantha snd Maci

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This was taken 2 years ago to the date. We took a nice sunset cruise.

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Magnus Karlström wrote

Our thoughts Are with Peters entire family!
As a business partner we traveled around Sweden and enjoyed each other’s company. I will remember his laughter and comments that always made me laugh out loud. Peter was not just a good college of mine but he also became a good friend that made me and my wife (Jessica) laugh.

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Andrew Campbell wrote


A very fond memory from last year with friends from Locker, at a restaurant in France which Peter loved and very near ‘Chateau Des Vigier’, yes a golf resort, which Peter adored.

My thoughts have been privately delivered, I can only echo what has already been said by others.

Peter was tremendously honest, genuine and positive to the end, he brought warmth, energy and optimism to all who knew him.

We will make our donation tomorrow at the funeral.

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Stuart Graham donated £26.25 in memory of Peter
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With good friends at Madam Moutier's restaurant, France 2017

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Susan and Findlay Bruce donated £31.50 in memory of Peter
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Neil Souness donated £20 in memory of Peter
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George Stevens wrote

It is difficult to sum up someone like Peter in a few words, so I won’t attempt it. He was sharply intelligent, compassionate and sociable, always eager to engage people in friendly conversation wherever he went. He shared my fondness for struggling around golf courses, losing money( small amounts only) on horses that seemed to have only three legs and supporting football teams of similar ineptitude. But he always made it fun to do these things in his company. I will miss him so much. He and his family will be in the thoughts of Elaine and I in the years to come

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Lee Derrick donated £31.50 in memory of Peter

My thoughts are with Alison and Peter’s entire family at this time.

Peter was just a top, top bloke. It has been thoroughly enjoyable and a pleasure working with Alison and Peter over the last couple of years practising yoga. He definitely saw the benefit and was proud as punch on how good he’s become. Especially after a visit to India when, on his return said “We were better than most of them there”

He’s a man who always did the right thing, was full of laughter, full of chat, especially on golf, football (Southampton), betting, wine or travel. He was also offering me advice right up until the end.

I will miss all of that massively!

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Lee Derrick wrote

My thoughts are with Alison and Peter’s entire family at this time.

Peter was just a top, top bloke. It has been thoroughly enjoyable and a pleasure working with Alison and Peter over the last couple of years practising yoga. He definitely saw the benefit and was proud as punch on how good he’s become. Especially after a visit to India when, on his return said “We were better than most of them there”

He’s a man who always did the right thing, was full of laughter, full of chat, especially on golf, football (Southampton), betting, wine or travel. He was also offering me advice right up until the end.

I will miss all of that massively!

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marco zanetti donated £881.07 in memory of Peter
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Claire Collins -Johnson posted a picture

Southqueens ferry wedding day , everybody loved dads company

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Iain shepherd donated £52.50 in memory of Peter
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Peter with "friends at the golf".

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Ian Thomson wrote

The thoughts of all of the staff at United Wife, both past and present, are with you Alison and the entire family at this very sad time.
We recognise Peter's outstanding contribution to the business over more than four decades and, of equal importance, we will now miss the character and presence of the man we counted as both a colleague and long-standing friend, including after his retirement.
Peter was a people person, never happier than when engaged with others actively seeking to make their day more satisfying and enjoyable.
He is pictured with "friends at the golf".
His loss is keenly borne indeed.
We will miss you Peter.

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Anthony Bridgwater donated £210 in memory of Peter

Our thoughts are with Alison and family on this very sad day. Peter will be sorely missed by all colleagues and friends.

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Rachel and Damon Goldman and Dettmering donated £39.84 in memory of Peter

We love you Paul and Ashlee!

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Sue Hambleton donated £21 in memory of Peter
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Paul Johnson posted a picture

The girls enjoyed it when Dad came for a visit.

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Randy Miller wrote

An intelligent and engaging person, Peter always welcomed me as part of his family when he visited Paul and Ashlee in the States. I had the utmost respect for him, and I know his passing has left a hole in many hearts. Peter, you are one of those that I hope to meet again someday. My deepest sympathies to Allison, Paul, Claire and Matthew.

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David Begbie wrote

It has been a great privilege and pleasure to know Peter and I consider myself extremely lucky to have met him all those years ago as an art school student. The difference he made simply can't be measured, I can't thank him enough and the part he played in my life and work over the last 40 years shouldn't be underestimated.
I sincerely hope he was able to find an modicum of peace in the knowledge that he really did make a difference.
He will be greatly missed.

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