My friend and boss at Arco for 15 years and friend for over 40 years . A great man to work for and a better friend. We had a fun time in a tough work environment. Alway there to help me through the learning curve at the refinery. I will miss him and my prayers go out to you, Linda. I am so happy that you guys came to my farm about three years ago. I will never forget that time . Love ya
May the Lord sustain you with the loss of your dear husband, and may Bob rest in peace.
Linda, I am so sorry to hear of Bob's passing. I am so thankful I got to see you both last year. Bob was like a big brother to me. You and all the family are in my prayers. Love you.
My thoughts and prayers go out to Linda and the rest of the Johnson family. Bob was one of the good ones and he will be greatly missed. He was an amazing man.
I was privileged to know Bob for just a few years but he was a warm, receptive, and just a "comfortable" guy to be around. The world is a poorer place without him.
Linda and family so sorry to hear about your loss. May you be comforted by all the special times you had together. I appreciated Bob for all the times he helped me out of an issue at UPR. Our prayers are with you.
I had the previlege of knowing Bob at Champlin and we both retired from UPR in 1999. Bob was well liked and respected among his peers. The world is a better place because Bob was in it. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.
I'm so sorry for your loss. Bob was a great guy to work with at Champlin/UPR. I know he will be greatly missed.
We have few heros in life, but Bob was one of mine. Stoic, careful with words and actions, always avoiding conflict. He gave support and kind words or his back when needed. The few times he was close to anger was when he watched the Dallas Cowboys play "stupid" . He was my John Wayne and Rufus Kevil. I am rich with his memory and sad for his loss. We shall meet again, my friend.