Born 10/15/47 in Jackson, MI, passed away 7/3/15 in Loma Linda, CA. Bob was a proud Vietnam Veteran and long time resident of Ontario. He is preceded in death by his parents Bud and Helen Johnston and survived by his bothers Bill Johnston (Katie) of Alta Loma and David Johnston (Eva) of Wellington, OH. He also is survived by his nephew Jeff Johnston & niece Stephanie Shirley (Jason) and great niece Olivia. Interment will be at Riverside National Cemetery, arrangements pending. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Homeless Veterans or the Disabled Veterans of America. We will miss you Bob!
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Bob was my best friend thru grade school at Our Lady of Lourdes and high school at Chaffey. He was best man at my wedding and Godfather to my daughter Stacy. We did everything together including chase the same girls. No man could ask for a better friend. Until that time, Bob. Until that time.......
September 24, 2015
Dennis and I were shocked to hear of Bob's passing. We have many good memories of fun times with Bob. He will be missed greatly.
August 1, 2015
I have now lost two of my dear 'lunch in the quad' friends from Wilson. RIP dear Robert! I was also really looking forward to seeing you at the reunion. Suzi Johnston Tompkins
July 26, 2015
I was so looking forward to seeing Bob at our 50th reunion. If I remember right he and I were in two classes together. Condolences to those left behind, and everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him.
July 25, 2015
May the peace of God that surpasses all understanding guard your hearts and comfort you during this most difficult time.
July 25, 2015
Many of us Woodrow Wilson Bruins were looking forward to sharing our "50th" high school class reunion with Bob, as we knew him. I will always remember him as a really nice guy. To his family and close friends: May your memories of Robert bring you comfort and peace in the coming days.