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Robert Fred "Bob" JOHNSON

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Robert Fred "Bob" JOHNSON Obituary
Age 88 - Longtime East Side Resident Best Dad Ever! Born in Joel, WI. Lived in the Amery, WI area until his early 20's when he moved to St. Paul. Member Local 563/49. Preceded in death by his wife, Leota (Lee); daughter, Roberta "Bobbie"; great-grandson, Nole Joseph; parents, Fred & Agnes; and brother, Kenneth. He will be missed deeply by daughter, Barb (Craig); son, Donald (Nancy); son-in-law, Dan Cheverette; grandchildren, Fran (Angie), Wade (Tiffany), Crystal (Scott), Chad, Brittany (Josh), Courtney (Nate), Lyndsey (Dylan); 3 granddogs, Willy, Josie, and Maggie; and 18 precious great-grandchildren, Brandon, Katelyn, Devyn, Bryce, Justin, Calvin, Maddie, Alivia, Brady W, Mason, Ben, Maxx, Owen, Wyatt, Liam, Austin, Peyton and Brady T; and many friends. He loved to visit with his neighbors at the Lodge at White Bear and their families. You could find him sitting in the hall or outside waiting to greet anyone who came by. A special thank you to the wonderful staff at Recover Health these past few months. Bob worked for James Steele Construction for 33 years, the State Fair for 14 years and was an election judge for 22 years. He was very handy - there wasn't anything he couldn't fix as long it wasn't electrical. He was very active with Montgomery Lodge #258 (member 43 years, master 1994) coordinating casino bus trips, children's Christmas party, and annual garage sale. He's also a long time Osman Shriner and Scottish Rite. He enjoyed sports - especially hockey. He loved to watch his grandkids and great-grand kids play, and the MN Wild. He enjoyed playing cards, a trip to the casino, food - he loved to eat, dogs and most of all, he loved his family. Visitation 9:30AM with Funeral Service at 11AM on Saturday, May 19 at Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church, 1669 Arcade St., St. Paul. Private Interment Union Cemetery. Memorials preferred.
Published in Pioneer Press on May 17, 2018
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