Condolence: I had the pleasure to know Bruno for the last 10 15 years of his life living at the seniors building in EarltonONtario in the summertime we would sit in the gazebo for long chats he would work in his garden patch for long hours he would bring his clock to hang it on the tree and work away regardless of the hot sun beating on him when time came around 5.p.m. he would go in... in the fall he would give away his cucumbers he certainly had a good heart good morals chatting with him was a delight will always remember him pushing his walker with 2 pails in it going to work in the garden he often bake a certain kind of cake that he would give us (I never did ask him what kind it was now I regret not asking him ) at 6.p.m. he would go to the common room to listen to the news then go back to listen to his 2 way radio every Wednesday Len his neighbour would take him grocery shopping (he loved his big bone ham for the week ) Bruno rest in peace you;re sadly missed by your friends here in the building one day will meet again
Condolence: David and I had the privilege of knowing Bruno since 2000.
Unique, intelligent and very caring. Bruno was always generous to us. With sparkling eyes he had many a tale to tell. He wrote us lovely long letters filled with newspaper clippings. He loved to tease and had a definite sweet tooth even though he was diabetic.
Some of the most amazing moments of our lives were spent with Bruno.
He taught us a great deal. It has been such a privilege to know him.
May he continue to enjoy the rugged wilds of nature in the afterlife.