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July 19, 2018

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July 19, 2018

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January 20, 2017
Dear Lisa, We are so shocked and saddened to hear about Bruce's passing. You both were such a huge part of our Lexington time at schools and little league. Through our kids we got to know Bruce's generous heart and actions and his never ending curiosity. We will remember him always.
January 19, 2017
Lisa,
My deepest condolences. I am very shocked and saddened to hear this. I have very fond memories of my first, last, and only trip to Boston to visit with you folks. I think of that adventure often. You and your family are in my prayers.
Ernie Julius
January 19, 2017
Of my many cousins, I felt closest to Bruce. In recent years, he (and Lisa) was extraordinarily hospitable, and just plain fun to be with. I have such fond memories of him, including walking in the woods with him and Walter, working together on a massive jig-saw puzzle, and the all-time funniest game of pool ever! Bruce always displayed optimism and resilience, despite his illness. He was a character, unique in his ways. He really cared about family, and hosted perhaps the final gathering of Schweitzer cousins just 16 months ago. We will all miss him. Rest in peace, dear cousin. Our hearts go out to you Lisa. May your memories of him light your life always.
January 19, 2017
Dear Lisa,
My sincere condolences.
As you know, Bruce and I grew up together as friends and neighbors, and then as my fraternity Big Brother and roommate at Penn. I have not seen you and Bruce in decades but he always wrote me a nice note on my birthday.
What a great guy.
I will miss him.
Love and hugs to you and your boys.
Scott