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Robert W. Johnson Obituary
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July 22, 2018

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June 17, 2016
Dear Sandra,
Bob and I served together at Presque Isle, Maine.
I have heard his Mom and Dad sing at their home in Methuen, MA. My favorite was their rendition of "Quicksilver".
Bob's first wife, Grace, worked with Rachel Sandra McBride, to whom she introduced me. Eleven months later, Rachel became my beautiful, loving , faithful wife. Bob and Grace were members of our wedding party. Our happy marriage lasted forty five years until she died from a fall in 2007 at home when I was not there. Rachel (Sandy) gave me four children: Michael, Elin, Kevin and Maureen.
Bob and I recorded "All The Things You Are" and "It Might As Well Be Spring" on November 23, 1963. (I sang!) He was superb on guitar, I was so-so!
I tried to contact you and Bob in Stow, but never received a reply. I was truly grieved to learn of this gentle soul's passing. He
brought peace, kindness and love to all who had the privilege to have been in his company.
May the memory of his presence and love comfort you and bring sweet memories of the life you shared together.

Love, Francis Callahan
June 17, 2016
Dear Sandra,
Bob and I served together in the Air Force at Presque Isle in Maine. I have heard his Mom and Dad sing together at their home on River Place, Methuen, MA. My favorite of their songs was "Quicksilver". Bob's first wife, Grace, worked with Rachel Sandra McBride to whom she introduced me...Rachel ten Months later became my beautiful bride! We had a most happy marriage which lasted forty five years until she died from a fall in 2007. We had four children, Michael, Elin, Kevin and Maureen.
Bob and I recorded "All The Things You Are" and "It Might As Well Be Spring" on November 23, 1963. (I sang!)
Bob and Grace were members of our wedding party. I treasure the memory of this talented, friendly, helpful and gentle man. I tried to locate him and called Stow many times, but never had a reply. It was with a truly great sense of loss that I learned today of Bob's passing. Heaven is surely filled with wonderful music now that Bob is there.
Love, Francis
May 29, 2016
Oh, dear. I have been thinking of the two of you and had lost track and just found this obituary for Bob online. Bob gave me my first real job. I loved talking with him, hearing him play, and reading anything he wrote. I will re-read _Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance_ in his honor. My love to you, Sandie. May Bob rest in peace.
February 9, 2016
Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the loss of your loved one may God give you strength and comfort during this difficult time. Ps 46 : 1