I was sorry to read about Mr Fanguys death...in reading the obituary, I learned that Bruce had preseeded him in death. I was unaware and am so sorry for both losses. Bruce was a college friend and we were close when he was in Atlanta after UGA. I was shocked to read that he passed at such a young age.
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Dear Mrs. Virginia Fanguy, I just came across this web page telling the passing away of your husband. I am sorry to hear of your loss and pray for God's blessingis and love to be with you at this time in your life. My name is Scott Coleman. We use to live across the street on Margavera Terrace in Chamblee, GA We moved from there in 1967. My brother David and I use to play with your son Bruce. I remember when we built a tree house in your back yard. I remember sleeping out at night there and your mother making pancakes for us in the mornings. I now live in Lilburn, Ga and have been teaching in DeKalb County Schools for 23 years now. I have fond memories growing up in that neighborhood and playing with Carolina and Bruce. How are they doing these days? I'd like to hear how they are. I'll send my email address and hope to hear from you. Thank You, and may God bless and keep you in his arms always. firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Virginia, My heart goes out to you and the rest of your family over the recent passing of Bruce. My thoughts immediately went back to all the good memories of our early times at the Greenwood Schools and then to our time at Mississippi Sate and Sigma Chi Fraternity. We all had a group of friends during that period of time and we have all remained close since that time. He will forever remain in my memories. ----- Marion Flanagan
Dear Virginia This was very sad but brought back many good memories. I will always remember the Montgomery family eserially you and carolyn. God bless you and your family. Love Donna Kramer Brommer Mceniry
Dear Virginia,Anne-Marie,John and families:
I heard the sad news from Roupen. I only have good memories of your family,you made us feel at home in Memphis when we were trying to adjust as new immigrants to this country. John has been a great friend to Roupen.
My sincere condolences to you all,my prayers are with you.
I am sorry to hear of Bruce's passing.
He was a long time friend. We attended High school together and MSU. He was a wonderful person and he will be missed. May he rest in peace.
Rosemary ... I just heard the sad news. I remember Bruce from his friendship with my brother, Howard Evans. I've lost all four of my siblings so I know how it hurts. Please accept my sincere sympathy.
Virginia, I was sorry to learn of Bruce's death. I remember you and Bruce fondly when you came to out high school class reunions. Please extend my sympathy to all the family.
Mary Louise Galey Browning
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Virginia My name is Frank Sain. I worked for Bruce at Dover Elevator from 1972-1976 in the Atlanta office. Bruce was a wonderful mentor and friend.He was also very straight forward and a good teacher. Very Best to you. Frank Sain
I was a Boy Scout in Troop 341 with Bruce's son John, in Memphis, Tennessee. Bruce (he was always Mr. Fanguy to me) was active as one of the adult leaders of our troop and as John and I neared our goals of becoming Eagle Scouts, Mr. Fanguy took a particular interest in me and my progress. Perhaps he sensed my waning interest due to other interests during my high school years. Without his guidance and assistance I might never have made Eagle. However, he did help and guide me and that gift of his time and attention is still paying dividends more than 30 years later. I'll never forget him for it.
Rest in peace Mr. Fanguy.
Anne-Marie please know you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers
I will say from all the extended McLeod family, we send our deepest sympathies to the Fanguys. I first met Mr. Fanguy several years ago when my brother Cory married Bruce's youngest child Anne Marie. The holidays and other times that I have spent with the family, Mr. Fanguy has always been so warm and welcoming. He made it a point to thank me for the special work that I do with animals. He was a gracious and compassionate gentleman. I am sure he is a welcome site in heaven for loved ones(whether people or animals) who have passed before. Blessings to you, Mr. Fanguy.
I remember the last time I say Uncle Bruce. He came to Texas to visit dad and go fishing. They would stay up late, or try, and talk and laugh. It was so good for both of them. He was always smiling. Rest in peace Bruce.