MICHAEL BRUCE EGERDIE
1965 - 2020
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EGERDIE, MICHAEL BRUCE September 2, 1965 – January 7, 2020 "What is it worth, then, this insane last phase When everything about you goes downhill? This much: you get to see the cosmos blaze And feel its grandeur, even against your will, As it reminds you, just by being there, That it is here we live, or else nowhere." Late, of Quakers Hill, formerly of Toronto, Canada. Best friend and loving husband of Kathy, proud father of Josh, Thomas and Carly. Much loved brother of Blair, Grant, Janice and Carla, and brother-in-law of Cathy, Scott, Eric, Craig and Kylie. Beloved son of Russ and Anne (both deceased) and son-in-law of Maxine. Family and friends of Bruce are warmly invited to attend a celebration of his life on Monday, January 13, 2020, at The Garden Chapel, Castlebrook Memorial Park, 712 Windsor Road, Rouse Hill, commencing at 12 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Melanoma Institute Australia in memory of Bruce: https://tribute.melanoma.org. au/page/BruceEgerdie

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Published in Toronto Star on Jan. 11, 2020.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
JAN
13
Celebration of Life
12:00 PM
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Guest Book sponsored by Castlebrook Memorial Park
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January 17, 2020
I miss you Uncle Bruce. Love always
Jennie Egerdie
Family
January 15, 2020
To my big brother, we all feel your absence and I know that you are out of pain and with Mom and Dad, I will always remember how amazing of a big brother you were to me and how I always looked up to you...When I see a Cardinal again I will know it is you checking up on me...LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU ...
Your little sister
Carla xoxo
January 12, 2020
To my long pal of 20 years, i'm sorry we never got to catch up before your passing, I had no idea that things had gone down hill. I'm still in shock and deeply saddened that we'll never get to hang out again, no more lunches, no more chats on the phone. I truly valued your friendship and i'm thinking of you every day. Goodbye old pal, you're in a better place now. We'll meet again someday, until then Rest in Peace.
j p
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