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WILLIAM ROBERT STINE, M.D.

WILLIAM ROBERT STINE, M.D., DIED ON MONDAY, DEC. 24, 2012, IN KEY WEST FLA. HE WAS 73.

BILL WAS BORN TO ROBERT AND RUTH STINE IN TOLEDO, OHIO, ON JAN. 16, 1939.

SURVIVING HIM ARE HIS SON, WILLIAM D. STINE OF KEY WEST, FLA.; DAUGHTER, JENNIFER ISON OF ROCHESTER HILLS, MICH.; TWO GRANDCHILDREN, ALEXANDER AND ROWAN ISON; HIS SISTER, SUSAN GOODMAN OF SYLVANIA, OHIO; AND HIS SIGNIFICANT OTHER, SUSAN DYCK OF PORT HURON, MICH.

BILL GREW UP IN TOLEDO, ATTENDED LIBBEY HIGH SCHOOL AND EXCELLED IN SPORTS AND ACADEMICS. HE WAS PRESIDENT OF THE STUDENT COUNCIL AND CAPTAIN OF THE FOOTBALL TEAM.

IN 2006, HE WAS NOMINATED TO THE LIBBEY HIGH SCHOOL HALL OF FAME.

BILL ATTENDED THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ON AN ACADEMIC AND SPORTS SCHOLARSHIP.

HE PLAYED DEFENSIVE END AND TACKLE FOR FOUR YEARS. DURING THIS TIME HE WAS A PRE-MED STUDENT.

BILL MARRIED HIS HIGH SCHOOL SWEETHEART, ANN LUSCOMBE OF TOLEDO, AND THEY HAD TWO CHILDREN.

HE ATTENDED THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN MEDICAL SCHOOL FOR FOUR YEARS, INTERNED AT CINCINNATI GENERAL AND THEN SPENT TWO YEARS IN THE NAVY AT GREAT LAKES, ILL.

HE SERVED AS A GENERAL MEDICAL OFFICER DURING THE VIETNAM WAR.

AFTER MILITARY SERVICE, BILL DID HIS RESIDENCY IN RADIOLOGY AND RADIATION THERAPY AT HENRY FORD HOSPITAL, IN DETROIT, MICH.

BILL PRACTICED IN PORT HURON, MICH., BECOMING A PARTNER WITH X-RAY ASSOCIATES.

BILL RETIRED TO KEY WEST AND WORKED LOCUMS FOR THE NAVY AT VARIOUS NAVAL HOSPITALS IN THE SOUTH.

HE ENJOYED FISHING, DIVING AND SNORKELING.

IN LIEU OF FLOWERS, DONATIONS CAN BE MADE TO THE NATIONAL PARKINSON FOUNDATION.