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Ray Vander Heiden
10 years ago

Having known Bruce for only a very short period of time I can say that it was an honour to be able to be with him throughout some of the difficulties he faced. He certainly had many plans for an ongoing future for he was not one to shy away from adversity. From my understanding there were many times when he was knocked down only to bounce back again with a renewed spirit and additional energy. He had an appreciation of his past, proudly showing me many of his father's paintings and ably providing a detailed commentary regarding the subject material. As stated previously, it has been an honour to have known him albeit for only such a short time. Ray Vander Heiden (Palliative Care, Blue Mountains)

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Richard Nash
10 years ago

Thank-you popy for being my good friend. I will miss you. Jordan & Ryan

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Richard Nash
10 years ago

My mum Linda always told us funny stories about Bruce and when I met him he made me laugh with his cheeky grin and sense of humour. I will always be glad the Bruce and Linda reconciled before her passing. My sincere condolences to Bianca, Nique and Hal. Vale Bruce. xxx Richard, Melissa and Emile

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Bianca Marlin
10 years ago

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Bianca Marlin
10 years ago

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Sue Clark
10 years ago

It didn't matter whether you'd last seen Bruce last week, or 5 years ago, his welcome was always the same - "Hello love. How've you been?" Any conversation ended in a laugh. He had some terrific tales to tell, and while there are many, I will never, ever call Liquid Nails anything but "Pop Glue". Bruce basically built a house out of the stuff - nice house too! Whenever anything breaks around here, we go for the Pop Glue straight away. We will miss you very much, but will keep your memory alive. Love, Sue, Jeremy, Zane, Dannii & Timmy xox