Sources include: Detroit Free Press The Detroit News Observer & Eccentric Media / Hometown Weeklies Livingston County Daily Press & Argus

WRUBEL, MIKE H.

2012-03-18
MIKE H. WRUBEL

WRUBEL MIKE H., 85, died March 11, 2012, lifetime Detroiter and WWII veteran. Never a dull moment as a father, grandfather, brother, uncle and friend. Survived by his children Dean M. Wrubel (Erica), John M. Wrubel, Carole A. Wrubel (Glenn A. Pulice), 10 grandchildren, two brothers and many nieces and nephews. Friends and family are invited to share in a May celebration of his life – date to be announced.

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Cynthia HUGHES 03/19/2012

Dean I am sorry to hear about uncle mike you and ur family will be in my thoughts and prayers i will always remeber the good times on helen we all shared and the fun times too. Love cindy hughes (lewandowski)

Kris Crockett06/08/2012

I called your number n it was off. my buddy,my friend, i will miss u till i see u again. I will always play the 8 with the 9 at the track 4 u. Rest in peace buddy! I LOVE U

Mike Wrubel06/23/2013

This obituary says very little to the great man that this guy was to so many. In his younger years he made a great many mistakes. He was a drunk, anger easily, a gambler, horrible father and so much more. But after suffering through a war, loosing a wife to cancer, loosing a step son to drug related death, another son to chance military accident, almost loosing another to son drugs, and stuff suffering the loss of a failed marriage. All while dealing with the rightful anger of his kids. This man found grace. Found what it meant to have Godly love for his fellow man. This is a man who would give you the shirt off his back and meal in belly out of love. He never over conquered all of his demons but he learned to accept his life and he learned what Godly love is. In the end of his life he lost his ability to remember who people were and lost his ability to to be independent. But he never lost the love that was placed in him. He was truly one of the greatest men I knew.

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