Robert Joseph Grube ’50

Robert Joseph Grube ’50 died February 13, 2007. After serving in the U.S. Navy, he graduated from Davidson. He was also a graduate of the Medical College of South Carolina. He began his private practice as a general practitioner in Camden, S.C., and then practiced medicine for many years in Clinton. He served as chief of staff at BaileyMemorialHospital, president of the Laurens County Medical Association and was on the Board of Admissions at the Medical University of South Carolina. He was an active member of the First Presbyterian Church and served in other community and volunteer capacities. He was an avid golfer at Lakeside Country Club for many years and enjoyed spending time on the South Carolina coast. He was the loved physician and friend to many in Clinton and will be greatly missed. His greatest joy came spending time with his wife and family. Survivors include his beloved wife of fifty-seven years, Fay Pitts Grube, 305 Edenburgh Cr., Clinton, S.C. 29325-1752; a son, Robert J. Grube Jr. and his wife, Susan, of Jacksonville, Fla.; his daughters, Susie Grube Pulliam and her husband, Jay, of Columbia, S.C., Lynn Grube Wellman and her husband, Michael, of Columbia, S.C.; Nancy Grube Koeniguer and her husband, Mark, of St. Louis, Mo. He also leaves seven grandchildren, Rachel and Erin Grube; Mike, Ben and Zach Wellman; and Grant and Nicole Koeniguer.