In memory of
Robert Ferguson
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In memory of
Robert Ferguson
Ferguson, Robert 11/5/1925 - 11/3/2019 Ann Arbor Robert William Ferguson, 94 Ann Arbor, MI Sunday, November 3rd, 2019 Old Age Robert William Ferguson of Ann Arbor, MI, died peacefully on November 3, 2019, two days shy of his 94th birthday. He is survived by Suzanne (Mosher) Ferguson, his wife, great love, and "worthy opponent" of 33+ years. He had four children, nine grandchildren, four great grandchildren, and 3 step-sons and their families. He was born in Detroit, Michigan, where he didn't have an easy childhood. After a stint in the army, he built his life in Ann Arbor. He was witty and unconventional, always challenging authority and the status quo. He had a creative energy that drove numerous artistic and entrepreneurial projects, and used his graphic design talents to make a living via his own advertising agency. He spent a year teaching graphic design as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Michigan. His artistic endeavors were his passion. He enjoyed jazz, history books, spy novels, ice cream, witty banter, jokes (especially irreverent ones), as well as his friends, most of whom he outlived. The family will hold a private memorial in the near future.
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In memory of
Robert Ferguson
Ferguson, Robert 11/5/1925 - 11/3/2019 Ann Arbor Robert William Ferguson, 94 Ann Arbor, MI Sunday, November 3rd, 2019 Old Age Robert William Ferguson of Ann Arbor, MI, died peacefully on November 3, 2019, two days shy of his 94th birthday. He is survived by Suzanne (Mosher) Ferguson, his wife, great love, and "worthy opponent" of 33+ years. He had four children, nine grandchildren, four great grandchildren, and 3 step-sons and their families. He was born in Detroit, Michigan, where he didn't have an easy childhood. After a stint in the army, he built his life in Ann Arbor. He was witty and unconventional, always challenging authority and the status quo. He had a creative energy that drove numerous artistic and entrepreneurial projects, and used his graphic design talents to make a living via his own advertising agency. He spent a year teaching graphic design as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Michigan. His artistic endeavors were his passion. He enjoyed jazz, history books, spy novels, ice cream, witty banter, jokes (especially irreverent ones), as well as his friends, most of whom he outlived. The family will hold a private memorial in the near future.
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