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Bruce S. McClintock, 63 Lifetime Resident of Upper Darby Bruce S. McClintock died March 25, 2013. He was born on January 6, 1950 in Darby, PA to the late Roy J. and Crystal (nee Gensemer) McClintock. He served as Staff Sergeant in the US
4th Infantry Division in Vietnam. He was a decorated veteran who received a
. An auto mechanic by trade Bruce worked for many years at various Ford dealerships. He was most recently employed by Aramark Food Services. Bruce was an avid Phillies fan who coached little league baseball for the 69th Street Athletic Association. He was a member of American Legion Upper Darby Post 214. He was predeceased by his brothers Roy J., Jr. and C. Brian McClintock; his grandson Zander Grogan and his wife Jo Ann McClintock. Survivors: His sister Bonnie Lazer of Aston, PA; 4 children; 5 grandchildren and special friend Valarie Grogan. Viewing and Service: Relatives and friends are invited to Viewing, Friday, March 29th at 9AM followed by his Funeral Service at 10AM, O'Leary Funeral Home, 640 E. Springfield Rd., Springfield, PA 19064. Interment: Valley Forge Gardens.
Published in The Daily Times on Mar. 28, 2013
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"We were grade school classmates . Bless you and your friends and family ."
- Tom Albany
"Dear Val, So Sorry For Your Loss. Your In Our Thoughts And Prayers Leo & Louise"
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