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Northwood High School
Class Of 1958


Douglas W. Chubb  4/24

It seems the sad news just keeps coming. Classmate and attorney Robert N. Levin, who resided with his wife Judi in Chevy Chase, died two days ago (Saturday, April 13, 2019). This preliminary announcement is based on the brief death notice in the April 15th Washington Post that Elaine Carnvale Diepenbrock read and sent along. If and when a more complete and detailed obituary for Bob appears, this announcement will be expanded to reflect that information.


         Robert C. Lehm, August 1940–March 2019

It is my sad task once again, but for this first occasion in 2019, to report a classmate’s passing. Word has come that Bob Lehm died on March 17th. After graduating from NHS, he attended Montgomery Junior College and served in the U.S. Coast Guard. In 1961, Bob married Donna Fuggian, NHS Class of 1959. For a number of years, he ran a food brokerage in Washington-Baltimore, then in 1989 he sold the business and they headed west to Montana. There, Bob and Donna opened American West Gallery in Billings, which exhibited western art. Bob had a great fondness for horses, Corvettes, and trains—the last mentioned on both full size and model railroads—and he enjoyed painting and photographing those objects of delight.


     Yesterday (March 16th), I joined the Lawrys in attending Bob Reznek’s celebration of life at the Silverado Golf Club in Scottsdale, AZ. Family and friends, including those from the Maryland suburbs, Arizona, Florida, and California, shared their tales, stories, and remembrances of Bob, beginning with his childhood years. We learned that golf had become one of Bob’s well loved pastimes, with lowering his golf score both an enduring passion and a vexatious challenge. Nelson recounted the history of our not-to-be senior trip, nipped in the bud by the school administrators so as “not to set a precedent”, with Bob’s later suggestion to forego a senior class gift to NHS for the identical reasoning about a precedent…or the lack thereof.

     Bob’s close family, including his wife Char(lene), children, grandchildren, sister, nephew, and their families, sought us out, wishing to know more about Bob’s years at Northwood. And we enjoyed learning their stories about the Bob away from school. For me, the celebration of Bob’s life and achievements was one of the numerous experiences I’ve enjoyed during my visit with Wynn and Nelson in Arizona.

Nancy Love Villarreal