The Johnson Family
The Johnson family recently moved into our ward. They bought the Larsen’s home on Pony Express Way. Before moving to our ward, they lived for eight years on Main Street in Centerville.
Troy was born in Fountain Green, Utah, but grew up in Bountiful. He is the youngest of four children—three boys and one girl. He served in the New Hampshire, Manchester mission. Troy received his Bachelor degree in Business Administration from Weber State University and currently works for Wells Fargo and does insurance on the side. He enjoys sports, playing basketball, hunting, fishing, and being outdoors.
Courtney was born in Payson, Utah. She lived in California for 5 years when she was young, but grew up in Centerville. She is third child of six, and has three sisters and two brothers. Courtney received her Associates degree from Salt Lake Community College. Prior to having children, she did some marketing for secondary and proprietary schools. But now she is lucky enough to be home with the kids. She loves sports, biking, and playing softball, soccer, and volleyball.
Troy and Courtney met while working on the Bangerter’s farm when she was 12 and he was 14. They worked several years together, but she didn’t really like him then. He was an acquaintance of her brothers. After Troy came home from his mission, Courtney was hanging out with some of Troy’s friends and soon, Troy and Courtney began to pair off. They dated for eight months, were engaged for three, and were married in the Bountiful Temple. They will have been married twelve years this June.
Troy and Courtney have three children:
Nash is 6 years old and is in the Chinese Immersion Kindergarten at Stewart Elementary. He loves playing with his friends. Nash also enjoys playing on baseball, soccer teams, and basketball.
Chaylee is 4 years old and thinks she’s 21. She likes to play with her big brother, Nash and loves makeup, jewelry, and pink, pink, pink!
Avinley is almost 2. Her birthday is in May. She loves being outside and keeping out with her older siblings.
The Johnsons have a cat named Frosty. He is all white, fat, and old.
As a family, the Johnsons love to do active things together. They love family time and visiting St. George. They are excited for an upcoming trip later this year to Disneyland where they will celebrate Courtney’s parents’ 60th anniversary.
Welcome back to the Willow Wood Ward Johnson Family! We are happy to have you in our ward.