Robert Edward Johnston, Jr., 79 of Barefoot Bay, FL passed away at his residence on October 9, 2021.
He was born September 8, 1942 in Manchester, CT the son of Robert Edward Johnston Sr. and Ruby (Schug) Johnston. He served in the U S Army and retired from the U S Postal service where he had worked as a mailman.
He was the former Vice President of the Post Office Credit Union in CT and had lived in the Barefoot Bay community for over 25 years. He was a member of the Buggy Club and the British Club in Barefoot Bay and had served in many capacities in those organizations..
He is survived by his wife, Nancy E. Johnston of Barefoot Bay, FL; by one son, David Johnston of Jacksonville, FL and by a step son: Jed Marceau of Barefoot Bay, FL. He is also survived by two granddaughters: Emma Johnston of Jacksonville, FL and Samantha Gonzalas and her husband, Billy of Viera, FL and by 2 great grandchildren Anthony and Brian Gonzalas.
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