Bruce Brehm
Bruce Brehm

Bruce Brehm, 70, a resident of Kenosha, died Tuesday, March 10, 2015, at Kenosha Medical Center.

Cemetery services will be held on Friday, March 20, 2015, at 3 p.m. at Southern Wisconsin Veterans Cemetery in Union Grove.



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Published by Kenosha News from Mar. 12 to Mar. 18, 2015.
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He was my cousin and just found out today. Sad.....
April 3, 2015
I just heard of Bruce's passing today, he was my neighbor and I have known him for years! We all knew him as the guy working on his mustang, his garage was in front of where I lived and I am deeply saddened by your passing.You were a very nice guy and our last conversation was you telling me that everything will be ok! Thanks Bruce for thinking of us.
April 2, 2015
really don't know how to start that just Bruce and I use to date why back when. He was a terrific guy and we had a lot of fun especially in his sharp black ford such awesome car for awesome guy wish I could have connected with him when I moved back to Kenosha good bye to a great guy
Tudie Dudeck
March 24, 2015
March 19, 2015
Bruce was one of a kind guy. we shared many hours talking about cars and women. From all of us that were blessed to have met him while helping him transform his car into what it is now "THE SUPER SKUNK" "we will miss you Bruce, but you'll never be forgotten.
Justin Guillaume
March 19, 2015
RIP AFM Local #59 Brother.
Todd Shwaiko
March 19, 2015
Bruce was a one of a kind guy! I enjoyed getting to know him back in my Shagbark days. He was always putzing around with stuff and making something out of what appeared to be nothing. I remember coming home, on my 30th bday, to a picture of my face on an old mop head with a happy birthday sign. He would also leave bread at my doorstep and other random things. He was quite a character and will be greatly missed. Shagbark will not be the same without him. Rest now, "Uncle Bruce".
March 15, 2015
See you on the other side of The Wall.In my eyes, you were a true hero. Proud of you & was glad to see that SILVER STAR on your license plates-- you earned it.Semper Fi, my brother. Dick Oass
March 14, 2015
When I needed a friend he was there and always had good things to say to me,I will miss you!
Genise Salerno
March 13, 2015
Ann and I are going to miss our long time friend and my fellow member of The Kenosha Area Vietnam Vets.
Joe Campolo Jr
March 12, 2015
Glad i had the chance to meet you, we built one fast Shelby GT500 together.
Matt White
March 12, 2015
REST IN PEACE BROTHER
March 12, 2015
Bruce was a fun, optimistic guy who enjoyed life and driving his corvette. RIP!

Jim Booth
March 12, 2015
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