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By admin | June 2nd, 2017

McEwen: CC President, mayor and officer passes

Bob McEwen passed away June 1, 2017

Bob McEwen passed away June 1, 2017

Robert (“Bob”) G. McEwen returned to his heavenly home on June 1, 2017, in Jefferson, GA.

Bob was born to the late Lillian and William McEwen on Sept. 21, 1929, in Cleveland, Ohio. Bob was preceded in death by his wife of 53 years, Mary-Carter Faust McEwen and son William “Gavin” McEwen. He is survived by his daughter, Margaret “Megan” Britt, son-in law Ellis “Butch” Britt Jr., of Jefferson, GA, grandson Robert Britt and wife Katie of Jefferson, GA, grandson Wesley Britt of Denver, CO, great-grandchildren Kenlee, Conner and Cohen Britt and brother Daniel McEwen.

Bob was a very proud United States Marine. He enlisted in 1946 at age 17 and retired as a 2ndLt in 1967. Following retirement, Bob was a Sales Manager for United Media for another 20 years, retiring as a VP of Sales in 1978. Bob served as President of the U.S. Marine Corps Correspondents Association in 1971, 1997 and 1998, served as Mayor of Indian Shores, FL, from 1990-2000 and was Commissioner of the Pinellas Suncoast Fire District from 2000-2008.

Bob lived life to the fullest. He and Mary-Carter were avid world travelers, visiting more than 30 countries after retirement.
At Bob’s request, no services will be held. His ashes will be buried next to his late wife Mary-Carter and son Gavin at Bay Pines National Veteran’s cemetery in St. Petersburg, FL.

The family is grateful for condolences, but declines flowers and donations.


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