The Colonial - - OPINION -

Robert W. John­ston

Robert t. John­ston, S7, of Palm ear­bor, Fla., passed away at home on Aug. 18, 2M12, af­ter a coura­geous three year bat­tle with leiomyosar­coma. Bob was born in Philadel­phia on July 27, 1945 and grew up in Ambler, Pa.

ee grad­u­ated from Up­per Dublin eigh School in Fort tash­ing­ton, Pa., and then fur­thered his stud­ies and grad­u­ated from Car­roll Col­lege in tauke­sha, tis. Bob taught at Ply­mouth thitemarsh eigh School and later moved to Florida IRU D FDUHHU Ln finDnFLDO FRn­sult­ing.

Bob is sur­vived by his wife, Frances, and their daugh­ters, iau­ren and him­berly of Palm ear­bor; as well as his mother, kancy, of Ambler; his brother tayne and wife Joyce of eor­sham; his brother Char­lie and his wife, hathy, of kew­port, Del.; and nieces and neph­ews. Bob was pre­de­ceased by his fa­ther, barl, in 2MM7.

drave-site ser­vices will be held at P p.m. on Satur­day lct. 27, at Sun­set Memo­rial Park, PPP County iine Road, Feasterville, Pa.

,n OLHu RI flRZHUV, GRnD­tions can be made to the ka­tional ieioMy­oSar­coma Foun­da­tion Ek­iMSF Do­na­tions), 18S2P County Road 12 S, Fo­ley, Ai PS5P5P7P8. All checks must be made out to kiMSF with the Fund kame EBob John­ston) in the memo. Their web­site is do­na­tions.html.

Robert W. John­ston

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