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Johnny A. “Chip” Woline, 60, of Coralville, IA, formerly of Mt. Pleasant, IA, passed away, Wednesday, April 11, 2018, at his residence after a lengthy battle with cancer.
Private family services will be held. Burial will be in Forest Home Cemetery. Olson~Powell Memorial Chapel is assisting the family with arrangements. A memorial has been established for IMPACT, a University of Iowa sponsored mental health care outreach program. Condolences and memorials may be dropped off or mailed to Olson~Powell Memorial Chapel, P.O. Box 656, Mt. Pleasant, IA. On-line condolences may be directed to www.olsonpowell.com.
Born September 1, 1957, in Mt. Pleasant, IA, Johnny Albert “Chip” was the son of John Marion and Dorothy Frances (Ensminger) Woline. He received his education through the Mt. Pleasant Community School District.
Known for his pleasant personality, Chip worked at Sirloin Stockade, The Iris Restaurants, and detailed cars at McWhirters Automotive. While in high school, he was active in band, baseball, and wrestling. Chip was an avid swimmer and participated in diving competitions. He enjoyed riding dirt bikes.
Chip is survived by his mother, Dorothy Woline of Mt. Pleasant, IA; three sisters, Lynda (Craig) Woline Long of Papillion, NE, Julie Woline of Granger, IA, and Joyce (Patrick) Wathen of Mt. Pleasant, IA; two nieces, Tara Long Martin and Katie Wathen Azar; and two nephews, Trevor Long and Daniel Wathen.
Those preceding Chip in death were his father and grandparents.