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February 21, 2019

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February 17, 2019
Bruce was 14 years old when he and his lovely

mother, Jean, moved into my home at 3023 Harvard

Avenue, they on the first floor apt and me on the

second floor apt. Can remember this kid running

in the burning sun and in the sleet and snow,

TOTAL DEDICATION. Bruce inherited that fab

smile from his mother, another natural. Bruce was

definately not slated for Sainthood,although

he had some of those attributes. May the

Good Lord take a special liking to all those

in his family and R.I.P.my old friend.

Mike Serluco
February 14, 2019
Bless you Gregg McLanahan. You are the wonderful brother of Bruce. Our sympathy is with you.
February 14, 2019
Dear Debbie, Shannon and Bruce,
Lisa and I send our heart felt condolences and love. The loss of Bruce is still not real, he always made you think you just saw him, that smile and wave. God did not make a finer man, his love for his family, community and country were part his every day existence. Bruce was an activator, not afraid to lead, make decisions with conviction. We admired his love of land and his desire to make it productive. The way he served his community was nobile and we so appreciated the time he gave.
Rest In Peace our friend!
Ted and Lisa
February 14, 2019
So sad to learn about Bruce's passing. Recalling him from CHHS days as an underclass man, Bruce stepped up to fit into many cliques on campus and after school. He networked before it was became a term. I welcomed having his friendship and we shared many laughs. A great guy to have known.