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Robert Lee Tice
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Robert Lee Tice, Succumbed to a nine month battle with cancer. Robert passed Monday, January 3,2022 at Mercy Hospital in Muskegon Michigan. Robert was born November 16,1944 to George Franklin Sr and Opal Grace Keckler Tice in Lima, Ohio. He moved to Muskegon Michigan at a young age. During his early adult years he lived in Kentucky, Kansas, and Illinois. In 1985 he returned to Muskegon where he met and married his wife Lois Cory Pankow on October 19,1985. He is survived by his loving wife Lois, four children and two stepchildren, their spouses and grandchildren and great grandchildren. Scott Tice ,Robin Lamadline, Robert (Bobby) Tice, Kathy Frontjes, Teresa Mogdis and Cory Pankow and one more brother Fred Tice and Many nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his mother, father and two brothers George Jr and Rick Tice and his best friend Jim Anderson. Robert was quick witted an avid pool player, dog lover and a nature enthusiast. A Celebration of Life will be held. Contact Lois Tice for details

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