Condolences for Robert J. Johnson

Langdon Plumer posted on 4/2/21

I met Bob when I became a member of the State Council for Vocational Education and sworn in by then Governor Stephen E. Merrill (1993-1997) We had many good meetings working hard to improve the Vocational Programs of the day at the Vocational Centers and Technical Colleges. The Council also worked with the NH Legislature, Senators and Congressmen in Washington. We also sponsored conferences and workshops for Vocational Teachers in the NH Regional Vocational Centers. My family has an old farm in the Upper Village so Bob and I crossed tracks several times. Bob was a professional and great friend. My condolences to Gail and Bobs family

 

Fay Tomlinson, 509 Route 530,Apt. 152, Whiting, NJ 08759 posted on 3/19/21

Gail, sorry to hear about Bob's passing. Norma Hubbard sent me a copy of he Stone Bridge Post. One of my dearest memories of Bob is working the Harvest Supper kitchen clean-up - his skill at loading the dish-washer and cheerful banter made it fun at the end of an arduous day!

 

Moloney Family posted on 3/19/21

Our condolences to the entire Johnson family. Bob and Gail were life long friends to our parents Pete and Peg. Our families shared many childhood gatherings in NH and the Cape. Bob was always quick with a joke, a smile and a laugh. May you find comfort in the knowledge that he was loved by you and you by him. His memory will always live on in our hearts. My parents, I'm sure, welcomed him with open arms.

 

Samuel and Martha Stark posted on 3/15/21

Sam and I were saddened to read the news of Bob's passing. We send our condolences to Gail and the rest of the family.

 

Dick Withington Jr. posted on 3/11/21

My condolences to you, Gail, and the rest of the family. There have always been people of my father's generation (and younger) that I have always looked up to. Bob was one of those people.

 

Lois Wilmot posted on 3/7/21

Bob hired me way back in 1983. He was my supervisor at Osram Sylvania until his retirement a few years later. Thanks to him taking a chance on hiring an inexperienced “kid” like me, I had a lengthy and rewarding career there until my own recent retirement. He was a welcoming guy with a great sense of humor, and just an overall nice guy. I enjoyed running into him in town on occasion over the years. Gail - My sincere condolences to you and your family.

 

Gloria and Mike Reopel posted on 3/6/21

So sorry to hear of Bob's passing, when we picked up the Messenger this weekend in Hillsboro. You and Bob were such good neighbors while we lived there in Hillsboro. Please extend our condolences to your family. I can remember from reading the obituary some of the family members you talked to me about. With deepest sympathy on his passing. He will be missed!

 

Pamela Stohrer posted on 3/4/21

Gail, our friendship with you and Bob was a highlight of our life in Hillsborough. JP and I are sorry beyond words to hear that Bob has left this world, and we carry love in our hearts for you and your family.

 

Alanna Krill posted on 3/4/21

Growing up in the church, he was always Mr. Johnson. One year he was my partner at the church retreat and became Bob. After that he was always someone I would be sure to seek out and spend time with. He will be missed by so many. Sending our condolences to all who loved Bob.

 

Cindy Roantree Butera posted on 3/3/21

Mrs Johnson (as i called you for so many years!) - my heart goes out to you and the family .... Your house was a place of fun and alot of good times ...... Mr Johnson is now with my mom and dad ...... let them have some fun and tell some stories!!! Love to you ........