Adrian Daily Telegram, Wednesday, April 9, 2008, pg 2A BOULDER CITY, Colo. — Robert L. Tittle of Boulder City, Colo., died March 2, 2008, of complications from a heart attack. Robert was born in Toledo, Ohio, March 6, 1928. His growing up years were in Michigan where he graduated from Gaylord High School in 1946 as president of his senior class. He served the U.S. Army and U.S. Army Reserves with the rank of sergeant. In 1953, he married Marion (Chormann) Tittle, and three sons were born of that marriage; Jay R., South Pasadena, Calif., Dan Charles, Grand Junction, Cob., and Kris Alan, Rio Rancho, N.M. The family resided in Michigan until moving to California in 1961. In the 16 years prior to his retirement in 1992, Bob was a real estate broker/developer in the San Fernando Valley of California. Bob and Marion were avid dancers in choreographed ballroom dance over many years in California, and, upon their retirement moved to Boulder City in 1994. Bob was very active in the Masons from 1952 until his death, at which time he was treasurer of the Dhahran Daylight Masonic Lodge in Henderson. He was also currently a member of Grace Community Church in Boulder City, where he was on the Property Commission; “The Unretired Renovators,” and a member of the commission for the Church and Grace Academy relations. In addition to his wife, Marion, and three sons, Bob is survived by four beloved grandchildren, Kevin M. Tittle and Sean M. Tittle, sons of Jay; Christine R. Tittle, daughter of Dan; and Kenneth A. Tittle, son of Kris. He also is survived by one sister, Marilyn Poyer of Bellevue, Mich.; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Carl and Esther Tittle, and sister, Naomi Kiss. It was Bob’s wish to be cremated. A memorial service took place March 29 at Grace Community Church. Boulder City Family Mortuary handled the arrangements.