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Ruth DeYoung Kohler II at Klessig farm in WI in 1969.

Ruth DeYoung Kohler II (1941-2020)

The American philanthropist and arts administrator Ruth DeYoung Kohler II died at her home in Kohler, Wisconsin, on November 14, 2020, at the age of 79. She was a scion of the family that, in 1873, founded Kohler Co., a Wisconsin-based manufacturer of kitchen and bathroom fixtures, and other products.

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