By Andi Bourne
Pathfinder 

Celebrating 63-year career with Pyramid Mountain Lumber

 

Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

President of Pyramid Mountain Lumber, Inc Todd Johnson and Controller Wendy Dalrymple presenting Roger Johnson (far left) with a photo of the entire Pyramid crew at his career celebration June 23. In his speech, Todd said, "I've never drawn another pay check from another company other than Pyramid. It is all we've ever known and Steve and I are all in – you did it Dad and we want to carry it on." Roger and his wife Rhea (seated middle) will be the Grand Marshals for the Seeley Lake Parade July 4.

SEELEY LAKE – "There is true grit Roger and Rhea [Johnson]," said Pyramid Mountain Lumber Vice President Charlie Parke pointing to the Johnsons at Roger's career celebration. "They survived because they care about the people."

President and owner Todd Johnson said Roger Johnson's leadership, perseverance, willingness to take risks and ability to surround himself with good people that cared as much about the company as he did, built and made Pyramid Mountain Lumber, Inc. what it is today.

After 63 years of working for and leading Pyramid Mountain Lumber, Roger, 86, has stepped into an advi...



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