Harold T. "Bizz" JohnsonDemocratic
Born: December 2, 1907 in Broderick, CA
Married: Albra Irene Manuel (in 1937)
Children: Robert Harold and Lorraine Albra
Died: March 16, 1988 in Roseville, CA
1941-1943: Member, Roseville School District Board
1943-1949: Member, Roseville City Council
1956: Delegate, Democratic National Convention
1959: Resigned from the State Senate on or around January 3.
1960: Delegate, Democratic National Convention
1964: Delegate, Democratic National Convention
- PLACENAME: Route 65 north of Route 80 (from Roseville to Lincoln) is named the "Harold 'Bizz' Johnson Expressway". It was named in 1986. The opening ceremony for this road was the last public event that he attended.
- PLACENAME: Bridge 35-252 on US 101, the Route 92/Route 101 Interchange in San Mateo, is named the Harold "Bizz" Johnson Interchange - Source: cahighways.org
- PLACENAME: The Bizz Johnson National Recreation Trail is located along the Susan River Canyon in Lassen County. The 25-mile trail follows an old Southern Pacific railroad line and has been the site of the annual "Bizz Johnson Marathon" each October since 2004. [source]
Source: California Blue Book (1950), (1954)