In Memory

Bruce Ellis

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02/01/18 08:31 PM #1    

Kevin Kelly





Bruce was a person who stuck up for me in third grade at Franklin School .  He invited me to his house behind the school    His mother had the neatest button collection  I was privileged to know Bruce 





02/02/18 10:42 AM #2    

Wayne Crowell

Bruce was a good friend at Franklin school.  Went to his cottage on Silver Lake a couple of times.  A genuinely nice guy.

02/03/18 08:00 AM #3    

Alicia Forman (Drakiotes)


The world was a richer place with Bruce Ellis in it.  I first knew Bruce from early school days at Franklin elementary school.  He was a gentle soul who always looked for the "good" in people.  He was, his entire life, involved in his community and will indeed be missed by those he left behind.  Rest in Peace you fought hard to stay with us.

02/04/18 03:33 PM #4    

Michael Hetherman

Bruce always had a cheerful word and a ready smile! I always enjoyed seeing Bruce and chatting with him; he had a gentle manner and an even gentler soul! You left us way too soon, Bruce! God Bless You, Bruce!!!












02/05/18 08:28 AM #5    

Jeffrey Miller

Bruce as everyone has said was a Gentle and kind Soul.  I knew Bruce in High School and knew both his parents.  His parents were Wonderful Souls also and taught Bruce well.  Bruce worked with me for a short time at the Keene Post Office.  His Father also worked there and Bruce was always refered to as the Littler Bugger by all of his co-workers as that is the name his father gave him.  His Dad was very Proud of Bruce.  I taught Bruce how to Scuba Dive at their Family camp at Silver Lake and enjoyed a number of visits there.  I ran into Bruce many of times through the years but not lately and did not know of his illness.  I am pondering the good times we had shared and will miss that I won't see his smile or shake his hand again.

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