Bruce Bismore, 59, of Wilmot, passed away unexpectedly on August 26, 2012. He was born on August 16th, 1953 in New Bedford, Massachusetts, the son of the late Arline (Mikolaick) Bismore. Growing up in Freetown, Massachusetts, he graduated from Apponequet Regional High School in Lakeville, MA and served his country as a specialist in the US Army. He later married Patricia Gaspar in 1980 and settled on Cape Cod in Brewster, Massachusetts. During this time, he learned the plumbing trade, opening his first business, Quarter Moon Plumbing, becoming a Master Licensed Plumber and Gas Fitter. Bruce and Pat later moved to Wilmot in 1992 where he founded Wilmot Plumbing and Heating, becoming well known for his skill, integrity and sense of humor. Those who were fortunate to know him will always carry a happy or humorous memory of their time with Bruce. An Avid Sportsman, Bruce felt at home on the water or in the woods and shared his love of hunting and fishing with many. He also pursued many other interests such as reading and his love of music and movies. Bruce always found his best experiences spending time with his family and friends with good conversation and laughter. No experience however made him happier than being with the love of his life and wife of 32 years, Pat. He is survived by his wife, his sister Elizabeth Bismore of Spencer, New York; mother-in-law, Nora Gaspar of Orleans, MA; sister-in-law Linda Granlund and her husband Jon of Eastham, MA; sister-in-law Judith Day and her Husband Jeff of Orleans, MA, brother- in-law Paul Gaspar of South Portland, ME and his niece Isabella Granlund as well as his nephews; Spencer Granlund, and Corey and Cody Day. Although there will be no services, a gathering of friends and family will take place at a later date as planned by the family. Memorial contributions may be made to the Wilmot F.A.S.T. Squad, P.O. Box 59, Wilmot, NH 03287. Chadwick Funeral Service of New London, NH is assisting the family with arrangements.
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Published in The Cape Codder from Sept. 1 to Sept. 8, 2012