Robert ‘Bob’ A. Johnson MS ’56 of Potomac, Md., died October 18, 2011. A native of Youngstown, Ohio, Bob was born in 1929 and received a bachelor’s degree from Ohio State University in 1950. After serving in the Army in the Korean War, he earned a master’s degree in geophysics from Mines and, in 1960, graduated from George Washington University Law School. Bob was a patent lawyer for the Patent and Trademark Office from the mid-1950s to the mid-1980s. He took classes at the Corcoran Gallery of Art during his career and enjoyed portrait and landscape painting. He is survived by his sister, Shirley Fuscoe.
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