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Robert M. Rule

Robert M. Rule, age 90, of Montague, died April 23, 2015, with his family by his side. He was born in Bucyrus, Ohio, to Harry H. and Eva (Marshall). In 1948 he married Freda (Buehl), who died in 2007. He proudly served as a pilot in the US Navy during World War II. While in the Navy he attended Yale University, and later graduated from Ohio State University. An electrical engineer by profession, he worked for DuPont until retiring in 1987. He and Freda were long-time members of the White Lake Yacht Club, serving as Treasurer and Secretary for many years, and he also assisted the Sylvan Beach Association as Assistant Treasurer. He was a member of Sigma Pi engineering fraternity and Lebanon Lutheran Church. A thoughtful and intelligent man, he enjoyed discussing politics and was a devoted pie connoisseur. A Montague resident for over 50 years, he loved living on White Lake. Comments (0)

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