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March-30-14
My sincere condolences. I an happy that I had the opportunity to phone him last year to compliment him on his memoirs "Survival". I was deeply moved. God bless.
March-09-14
This is a very belated message from an old friend. I took Fred along for one of his early arctic trips (and my last of 12 seasons) in July 1965. We went to Ogac Lake, off the south coast of Frobisher Bay, where I collected plankton for research in a makeshift lab at Frobisher Airbase. He had boundless enthusiasm for his surroundings, and I savoured this again on later trips to Sable Island and during a few other chance meetings. I greatly enjoyed his company, and savour his written legacies. Ian McLaren, Halifax
January-23-14
I just heard of your loss. My sincere condolences to the family.

Ron Paluzzi (Camp Lewis/Voyageur)
January-19-14
Dear Maud,
The last time - also the first time - we met at your home for lunch, we were so moved by the warm and simple hospitality you showed us. For me, having known and admired Fred's writing and photography ever since the 1960s, I was struck by his humanity and wisdom, but also his toughness - an extraordinary man. The fact that beyond a shared love of photography in the Canadian Arctic, we have had the experience of living for the last two years in the land of his birth makes us feel a special link to Fred and his extraordinary life, the first part of which he so wonderfully described in his book "Survival".
We send you and your family our deepest sympathy.
John and Aleksandra Morrison
Riga, Latvia
December-26-13
My Grand Mother was a Bruemmer aus dem Hause Autzen in Latvia.
Peter von Sivers.
December-22-13
Dear Maud

We were deeply saddened to hear of Fred's passing and so sorry for your loss. Our condolences to you, Aurel, René and families. As you know we've known Fred for many years  – I first met him in Churchill in 1981 – and we always enjoyed his annual visits to our home in Prince Edward Island when he came to photograph harp seals in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. It usually included a meal of mussels, good wine, engaging conversation and always stories of his extraordinary adventures throughout the world. In recent years we have enjoyed our visits with you both when we occasionally dropped by on our way through Montreal. Fred was a wonderful man and a great inspiration to me in my own photography career. I felt privileged to have known him. His friendship meant a great deal to us both. He will be missed. With deepest sympathies,
John & Dianne
December-21-13
To Dr Bruemmer and family
What a wonderful legacy your father left behind not the least of which is a son to be very proud of. Your humanity and compassion for your patients are a tribute to his memory and proof that the apple does not fall far from the tree.
We are so sorry for your loss.
The Mc Carthy family whose parents resided at the Sapinois.
December-21-13
To the Bruemmer Family,

Our deepest and most heartfelt sympathies for your loss.

Jeff and Lori Macklan
December-20-13
Dear Maud and family,It was with much sadness that I read of Fred's passing,such a great loss to our country and the North.Even though we had lost touch over the last few years I have many happy memories of time spent with Fred and you and Tante Hella.I still remember tramping around the beaver pond at the farm with my new camera and Fred was giving me all sorts of tips on how to take better pictures.I consider myself very fortunate to able to say I spent time with Fred Bruemmer.Blessings to all of you. Reni
December-20-13
Dear Maud. From my back balcony I have fond memories of seeing both you and Fred enjoying a quiet supper with a good bottle of wine as you waited for the sun to set. Needless to say his passion filled books will long be available for many future generations to enjoy & experience. Deepest condolences to you and your family.
December-20-13
I am very sorry for your loss Dr A Bruemmer my sincere condolences to you and your family
December-20-13
Maude and family,
Our condolences on your loss.
Lionel and Doreen
December-20-13
My deepest sympathy to DR A Bruemmer and family.
December-19-13
Maud , I have fond memories of Fred in various arctic camps where his presence was always a welcomed addition , Tom Smith ex Arctic Biological Station scientist
December-19-13
Rene and family, I am so sorry for your loss. I feel your pain as I too lost my father just 2 weeks ago.
December-19-13
I'm very sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathies to the whole family.
December-19-13
My sincere and heartfelt sympathy to Dr. Ariel and his family on the loss of your dear father.
Alice Gelfand Feldblum
December-19-13
Rene and family, my deepest condolences for your loss. No such loss is ever easy and perhaps particularly difficult during the holiday season. I hope you each find comfort in the love and memories you share. My thoughts are with you all.
December-19-13
Rene and family, I am so sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathies.
December-19-13
To the Breummer family
With my deepest sympathies
Doris Steg
December-19-13
My deepest sympathies to you Dr. Bruemmer and all of your family.
May he rest in peace.
December-19-13
Rene, I am very sorry to hear about your loss. My sincere condolences to your family.
December-19-13
I had met Mr.Fred Bruemmer when I was studying professional photography at Dawson Collage in 2001.
I was a foreign student from Izmir, Turkey. The nature of Canada was amazing for me. Books of Mr.Fred Bruemmer showed the remote parts beautifully. I had bought his books in Montreal. After seeing his works I wanted to meet him. I called him and he invited me for a visit. It was great to listen his experiences on photography.

I like to share the link of my interview with Mr. Bruemmer; here is the link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6927xbBNas

greetings to all and thanks a lot Mr.Fred Bruemmer.
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