Robert Carl Johnson, 67, of Saddlebrook, AZ, passed away on March 2, 2023. Born inMinneapolis, MN, Bob was the son of Donald and Gladys (Phyle) Johnson. He grew up inBloomington, MN alongside his siblings: Gary, Rick, Debbie, Susie, and Vicki.Bob was a devoted father and partner. He is survived by his partner of 26 years, Lori Stegink;his children Jeremiah (Sarah), Nicholas (Kelly), and Shannon (Chad); his step-children AndyStegink and Jill (Terry) Schmitt; and his grandchildren Kagan, Zoe, Kaelee, Jordan, Konnor,Alice, and Louis. He is also survived by his siblings; Gary (Donna), Rick (Arlene), Debbie (Brad)Blomberg, Vicki Sweeney, and Susie Peterson. Bob was predeceased by his father, Don, hismother, Gladys, and his brother's lifelong partner, Arlene Kaufhold. He will always beremembered by his many nieces and nephews.Bob graduated with a degree in Diesel Mechanics from Hennepin County Technical College.He worked for Shiely Concrete and Cemstone Concrete for 44 years, becoming the fleetmanager where he managed 7 facilities and 40 mechanics. He was passionate about his work,and his dedication and expertise helped make Cemstone the largest concrete company in theUpper Midwest. Bob is also a Bloomington Lincoln High School alumnus, Class of 1973.\n\nHe enjoyed racing stock cars and working on a pit crew in his younger years. As a father, Bob'sinterests often centered around sports. He enjoyed his bowling leagues, pickup hockey,downhill skiing, and golf trips with friends and family. Bob also volunteered his time coachingsoccer for the Rosemount Area Athletic Association and serving as the Ice Time Coordinator forRosemount Area Hockey Association. Later in life, Bob could be found fishing and enjoying thesummer season at his lake cabin with Lori and their neighbors. He loved his pets and leftbehind his dog, Riley, and his cat, Boomer.A celebration of Bob's life will be held at Mendakota Country Club in Mendota Heights, MN onSaturday, April 15, 2023, from 12-3 pm. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations bemade to the Alzheimer's Association in Bob's memory.Bob will always be remembered for his humor, strength, confidence, kind heart, contagious grin,and unwavering love for his family and friends. May he rest in peace, and may his loved onesfind comfort in the magical memories they shared.\n\nThere are no gallery images.