Robert W. Rule, 56, of Vero Beach passed away Monday, April 17, 2023 after suffering an unexpected heart attack.
He was born in Beloit, Wisconsin to Alan and Beverly Rule. He had been a resident of Vero Beach for 16 years having relocated from Palm Bay.
He was a Fiberglass Fabricator with 25 years of experience. He was employed by Paris Air. He was known as “The Doc of Fiberglass!” He had a love for art and was an avid painter. He would paint sunrises, sunsets and sailboats.
Robert was preceded in death by his parents.
He is survived by his wife of 16 years, Lisa Kirkland Rule; children, Connor, Madison, Courtney, Robert Jr., Matthew and Joshua; many grandchildren; sister, Alynia Rule and brother, Alex (Maribel) Rule.
Arrangements are under the care of Millennium Cremation Services of Vero Beach. Friends and family that would like to share a condolence with Robert’s family may do so at www.millenniumcremationservice.com.
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