Bob "Rocky" JOHNSON
Bob was welcomed into the arms of his lord and savior Jesus Christ on November 9. He is survived by his wife Karen; children Greg (Janie), Stephanie, and Todd (Kathi); and grandchildren Andy, Matt, Ashley, Eric, Bryce, Logan and Aurora. A memorial service will be held at Woodbury Lutheran Church, 7380 Afton Rd., on November 29 at 11am. Visitation at 10am.

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Published by Pioneer Press on Nov. 17, 2019.
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i was a fan of bob's during his 69-70 stint with the oakland a's.a true'll be missed rocky.i can see you lining a shot up the middle for a base hit.
jimmy gonsalves
November 22, 2020
I am sad to find that Bob has passed he was a wonderful man.
Funny always smiling and he carried Christ with him in everything he did. I will leave you with a poem i have written.

Parting Is Such Sweet Sarrow

Who knows if we will see tomorrow
We live each day without a care
Knowing God is always there

We know he has a plan
For every day we are here
So when God calls one home
We should be glad, stand up and cheer

Our loved ones in eternity
Surrounded with Gods loving light
Even though we miss them
There is an end in sight
Where we will be together
When we keep God first in site

So treasure those around you
They are truly gifts from God
Planted in our lives
To share love without a cause

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Lisa Groehler
December 14, 2019
a loved one
November 25, 2019
Karen, just learned the sad news about one just great Godly special guy, Rocky. My fond, fun memories of Rocky & prayers go with you & your family with your loss. Rocky will be missed but never forgotten by many!
Emmett Taylor
November 22, 2019
My condolences to you Stephanie and your family on your father's passing. You are in my prayers.

Marie Benson (CA '83)
Marie Benson
November 21, 2019
Corinne Hohenwald
November 20, 2019
Stephanie, I saw the news about your Dad on Twitter. Please accept my deepest sympathies to you and your whole family for your loss. God bless,
Randy Schmidt
November 19, 2019
I always loved my visits with Rocky. His stories of playing town ball and hitting home runs in Chanhassen were great. Along with some of the pictures he shared with me over the years from his days playing pro ball. Such a humble, wonderful man. Godspeed Rocky and you'll be missed!
Chris Orcutt
November 18, 2019
Rocky was an amazing man. I was so lucky to have worked with him and hearing all of his wonderful stories. He always asked about my son and was truly a Godly man. I will always remember Rocky in my heart and the baseball he signed for my son. Priceless. He will be missed.
Steven Streeter
November 18, 2019