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Bruce Alex Cunningham

San Jose, California

1954 - 2018

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Bruce Alex CunninghamJan. 13, 1954 - Nov. 6, 2018Bruce was called to be with our Lord much sooner than expected. He is survived by wife Debby, daughter Kristin (husband Patrick & son Luke), son Kevin (wife Elizabeth & sons Jackson & Hunter), father Claude (wife Ann), brother Richard,...

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This breaks my heart. What a great guy, always will to help out, give advice, or just pass the time. You'll be missed by many of us.

I didn't know Bruce as well as I knew Debby, but after attending his beautiful Memorial I know that he was a great person and I'm so sorry that he passed away so young. I lost my parents when I was a teenager. I know the pain everyone is feeling, especially the children. Just remember your father loved you and remember all your good times and call your mother often.

Our deepest sympathies,

Susan & Bruce

He was such a public servant...so sorry for his loss. This is a man who will be dearly missed. Condolences to all his family and friends.

Bruce was a great friend. Although I hadn't seen him in a long time him and Debby were close to my heart. We went to HS together, double dated with him and Debby, and loved seeing them both when they would come to Cool to visit his Sister Phyliss. RIP Dear friend see you on the other side❤

It was a great pleasure to know Bruce as a neighbor in Lake Canyon.
We who live here in this beautiful neighborhood are forever indebted to him for all the hours and labor he willingly volunteered in the construction and leadership of the Lake Canyon Mutual Water Company and Lake Canyon Community Services District.
His energy and generosity will be greatly missed.
Our condolences go out to his wonderful family.
RIP, my friend.

Bruce was a good person always willing to go the extra mile. He was passionate about the things he loved and cared about. He helped me with many projects over the years. He always beamed with pride when talking about his family. I will always remember Bruce for the good person he was, his knowledge, his passion, his dedication to County Fire and the love he had for his family.