SYCAMORE — Robert W. Case, of 6505 CH 128, Upper Sandusky, died at 11:43 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2010 at Ohio State University Medical Center, Columbus. He was 90. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Sycamore United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Robin LaBolt officiating. Burial will be in Pleasant View Cemetery, Sycamore, where a military graveside service will be conducted by Sycamore American Legion Post No. 250. Visitation will be held from 2-8 p.m. Monday at Walton-Moore Funeral Home, Sycamore. The body will in state from 10-11 a.m. Tuesday at the church. A Masonic service will be held at 8 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Born Oct. 11, 1919 in Eden Township, he was a son of the late Earl H. and Lulu A. (Stewart) Case. He married Ruthe V. Mayer on Feb. 22, 1947 in the United Church of Christ, Sycamore, and she died March 18, 2005. Mr. Case is survived by two daughters, Roberta R. (Stephan) Ekleberry, Avon Lake; and Penny L. Case, rural Upper Sandusky; two grandchildren, Benita (Jeff) Bintz and Lisa (Martin) Chatlos; five great-grandchildren, Justin Archer, Jaron Bintz and Michael, Jalissa and Jacquelyn Chatlos; and a sister, Betty V. Grossman, Upper Sandusky. He was preceded in death by a son, Jack F. Case; two sisters, Mary Jo Turk and Helen Ruth Winspear; and two brothers, William Stewart Case and Earl Henry Case. Mr. Case was a farmer and retired supervisor of buildings, grounds and transportation for the Upper Sandusky school system. He was a lifetime member Sycamore United Church of Christ, where he served as a deacon and elder. Mr. Case was a member of Sycamore American Legion Post No. 250 and served in the 15th Field Artillery Observation Battalion during World War II. He also was a Mason. Mr. Case’s Masonic history includes: Enterprise Lodge No. 579 (April 10, 1952), worshipful master (1957, ’60), honored for outstanding service to free Masonry (Jan. 21, 1981), treasurer (1984-2002), 50 Year Jewel presented by M.W.G.M. Thomas Reynolds and W.M. David Curlis (April 2, 2002); McCuthen Chapter No. 96 (April 24, 1967), high priest (1974 and 2001); H.O.H.P. (1973), district deputy grand high priest (1989-91), meritorious service award; Upper Sandusky Council No. 98 (Feb. 13, 1968), Ill. Master (1975), Order of the Silver Towel (1974), distinguished service award (Feb. 9, 2002), Ish Sodi Award (Oct. 1, 2000); Marion Commandery No. 36 (Dec. 2, 1967), Eminent Commander (1980), Grand Commandery meritorious service award (1990); Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, Valley of Toledo, 32nd degree (April 28, 1970), lodge ambassador (1977-91), county director (1993-2002), meritorious service award, Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite, Valley of Toledo “Red Cap” (June 2001); Aladdin Shrine (1968), Wyandot County Shrine Club president (1976-94), secretary (1997-2001), meritorious service award (Dec. 2, 1995); Allied Masonic Degrees — Hi-Point Council No. 120 (Sept. 29, 1979), Sovereign Master (1989), Red Branch of Erie, 1982 Order of Knighthood (January 2007), honorary member of Fireland Council; Ohio Priory No. 18 Knight York Cross of Honor (1980), hospitalor for Wyandot County, commissioned 1982-2002 by M. Meredith; Order of the Eastern Star (1952), worthy patron (1958-61); DeMolay alumni, charter member No. 2280, DeMolay Cross of Honor — DeMolay Legion of Honor (April 19, 1977); Nevada Assembly, Rainbow for Girls — Rainbow Cross of Honor (1977), advisory board for Nevada and Upper Sandusky; Tall Cedars of Lebanon (1988), transferred to Ohio Northern Forest (1990); Apollo Chapter, Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of Ohio (1988), high priest (1998-99); Ohio Chapter of Research and Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons (1988); Philalethes Society No. 198, Washington D.C. (1981), Order of Barth, 1920 (Feb. 20, 1981); Order of the Cork (Feb. 21, 1981); Order of the Rock (Feb. 11, 2002); High Twelve Club, Fostoria (Feb. 4, 2002), president (2002-03); Grand College of York Rite Masonry (April 29, 2002), charter member; class namesake for the Northwest Rite Festival (2004); meritorious service award of the Scottish Rite of the Valley of Toledo “Red Caps” (June 2001); Ohio Council of Deliberations, president Valley of Toledo (2003-07); Distinguished Service Award of the Grand Council of Ohio, presented by M.I.G. M Robert Rettig (Oct. 2005); Distinguished Service Award of the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of Ohio, presented by MEGHP Kermit V. Zimmerman (Oct. 2006); appointed grand chaplain “Ohio State Association of High Twelve Clubs” of the year (2007-08). Mr. Case loved woodworking; traveled to all 50 states, Canada, Australia and Europe; and loved to watch his grandchildren and great-grandchildren play sports. Memorials may be made to Sycamore United Church of Christ or Enterprise Lodge No. 579 F&AM.