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Company Overview of Midwest Eye-Banks

Executive Profile

Robert Sturgis

Secretary and Director, Midwest Eye-Banks
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Background

Robert Sturgis serves as Secretary and Director of Midwest Eye-banks. After well over 40 years of service as a Tool and Die Maker for General Motors, Mr. Sturgis is retired and living in Lennon, Michigan with his wife, Sharon. He has four children and nine grandchildren. Mr. Sturgis has been active in the Lions Club for 28 years, serving as District 11 D-1 Governor in 1999-2000. He is a Melvin Jones Fellow and a member of the Swartz Creek Methodist Church.

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4889 Venture Drive
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48108

United States

Phone: 734-780-2100
Fax: 734-780-2143

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