Bruce Edward Anderson

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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There is not a day that goes by that I dont think about you. You will forever be missed. You were the there best uncle that anyone could ever ask for. Thanks for EVERYTHING that you did. I ask that you watch over David. I really miss you alot

So sorry for your loss. It is so hard to loose a son, a brother and a husband at such a young age.
God speed

Jan Kuehnel and Jim Eason

Jeanne & family, we are so sorry for your loss of wonderful Bruce. May you find peace in your future. (We are Tony's parents.)

So sorry for your loss. I am a member of the Minnetonka Choral Society. Losing a child, no matter how old, is very difficult. Know that you are in my prayers.

As a younger ADPhi brother to Bruce, I looked up to him for his constant positivity, infectious good humor, and the feeling of comfort these provided. Although I didn't know him all too well, I will truly miss him. My prayers to his family.

I have worked with Bruce for 23 years and my family has been going to the cabin for 12 years...he was a man whom wore many hats! He was a devoted husband, co-worker, friend, family man, uncle...the list goes on and on!You WILL be missed by so many Bruce!! Life will NOT be the same with out you my friend!!!

ED and Virginia, our prayers and thought are with you !
Love Jay & Penny Dupay

Bruce was always so vibrant and quick. One night at ADPhi Bruce and I decided to paint the first floor of the frat house interior down to the dining room. 14 hours later we were done. He would go for it always. The frat bros. know what I'm talking about. He would sit in the back while the band played and actually listen to what we were doing and say I heard this and that. He was focused and would give honest feedback with no negative vibes. I know his close family and friends will miss him...

Miss you, friend...


Bruce's Obituary

Bruce Anderson passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on July 13, 2012.