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July 16, 2018

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May 23, 2017
It's been slightly over a year since my heart broke into a million pieces. I try to get by remembering our wonderful life together, but it's still difficult just to look at your handsome face in photos. Not a day goes by that I don't pray this is all a bad dream and you'll be back in my arms when I awake. Unfortunately, there's just some things that even God can't do.

My honeybear. The greatest love of my life. My prince. I will love and cherish you forever.

Until we meet again,
Your cuddlemuffin, Ginger/Mrs K xoxoxo x infinity ❤
May 23, 2017
June 28, 2016
Ginger, Sherri and family,

We were so, so sorry to hear of the untimely passing of Bruce. We usually talked, exchanged texts or at a bare minimum, passed a joke back and forth, almost weekly. Bruce's humor and wit were unmatched, which is probably why we hit it off early on.

When we met in the mid eighties, Bruce was my first boss outside the wonderful world of accounting. He never let me forget that either. Bruce was an early mentor to me in the 'retail car business'. Not long after we began working together, we became friends. A friendship that lasted decades.

I have attached a picture of Bruce, John, Chi Chi and myself. 'Watch Out' when the four of us got together, (or maybe just the three of us excluding Chi Chi).

I know Bruce is looking down on us now, probably telling his old and new pals a joke or two.
We miss you Bruce...!
May 11, 2016
My daddy: Bruce David Kumnick
March 4, 1942 to April 17, 2016

A great man, father, husband, grandfather, brother, son, uncle, mentor, friend and man of true conviction, zest for life who possessed a great sense of humor. He was fun- adventurous and great spirited. He valued his family above all and raised two children that he loved with all his heart and who made him so proud. He loved and adored his wonderful wife Ginger and remained close and loving with the mother of his children Jeanette and his adorning sister Joyce. He was overjoyed with his grandson John Michael and he always made time for his niece and nephew and Ginger's family.

He lived a great life and we only wish we had longer with him.

Dad was who I looked to for approval and strength and though he had strong opinions and he communicated them with love, protectiveness and substance. He was my greatest mentor and guider.he was a great father!

Todd and I could always get him going with a story of two of how he procrastinated but above all he was devoted to his family and always showed up the best he could. I called him most every day of my life to hear his voice and feel his loving words and his strength which always started off with..Well, hey little girl.

He was a brilliant man and had a great career but again, what he was most proud of was his family, loving his family and being there in times of need. He was so honorable with his son (my brother) Todd, showing up daily to watch the games together or just to hang out and let his son know he was loved and not alone.

He taught us about being good people, independent, working hard and earning money with utmost respect, dignity and perseverance ----about being people of our word and that we were to keep going no matter how hard a situation or circumstance presented its self!

He didn't not have patients for stupidity or laziness. He demanded the best from everyone. If not he would let you know about it.and it ultimately made you be the best you could be.

We traveled this beautiful country as a family, seeing as much as we could and he inspired to us to appreciate life and our surroundings, to be grateful and put on your best attitude.

We have many fond stories of camping and exploring, skiing, landscaping taking pride in our homes and possessions of playing games and learning how to be a good sport!

We are always connected to him says John Michael who loves and adores his grandpaw..and yes, that is true, we will always be connected to Daddy with all of our hearts and loving memories.

We love you Always and forever.
In loving memory, your little girl, Sherri Lynne (Kumnick) Crichton