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R.I.P. Bruce

JacquieP

Well-Known Member
#41
Oh, Mary Ann, I am so sorry, both for Bruce's family and for you. I know he and his family were your good friends and I know your heart feels like it has lost a part. Prayers are on the way for all of you who knew and loved him. We just never know when our number might be called.
 

GloBug

Senior Flea Coller Tester
#42
My heart is breaking for Arami. She loves her grandpa so very much, and that little child is just not going to understand why her grandpa is no longer there for her.
 

ShipMaven

Forever Remembered
#45
On behalf of Bruce's family, thank you to those who have been kind enough to reply. I truly appreciate your expressions of sympathy. I still can't believe this.
 

elliottsmama

Well-Known Member
#46
Thank you Judi for steering me here. I remember how kind he was to our family when Elliott battled his cancer. I am so sorry for his family at home and here. I do know now he is with Elliott, Mari and Hucc. May they all find each other and be happy
 

ShipMaven

Forever Remembered
#47
Bruce's Obituary and Memorial Arrangements

OBITUARY:

Bruce A. Frazier, 68, of Brunswick, died Wednesday, May 18, 2011 in Glynn County. Memorial services will be held at 11AM Saturday, May 21, 2011 in the chapel of Edo Miller and Sons Funeral Home with Rev. Jimmy Crandall and Rev. Darrell Joiner officiating.

Born December 6, 1942 in Hampton, Virginia, to the late Jesse Lawrence and Mildred Comer Frazier, he was a retired Federal Police Officer from the US Park Police. He had served in Washington, DC, Glynco, GA, and Marana, AZ before retiring to Glynn County in 1997. A US Navy Veteran, Mr. Frazier served during the Cuban Crisis and Bay of Pigs. He was a member of First Baptist Church and attended Adult 4 Couples Class and was also a member of Retired US Park Police Association. He enjoyed photography and computers and especially spending time with his granddaughters.

Survivors include his wife of 28 years, Sharon C. Frazier of Brunswick, a daughter, Sharon "Shay" C. Heckle of St. Simons Island, a son, Richard Chadwick "Chad" Heckle and wife Sara of Tucson, AZ, two granddaughters, who were the loves of his life, Arami Mackenzie Heckle and Emma Grace Heckle, a sister, Pamela Frazier Morgan and husband Gary of Hampton, VA, several uncles, aunts, cousins, nieces and nephews, and his feline companions, Eddie, Marissa and Nicky.

The family will receive friends Saturday, May 21, 2011 from 10 AM until the funeral hour at Edo Miller and Sons Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to Humane Society of South Coastal Georgia, 4627 US Highway 17 N, Brunswick, GA 31525-5011, (912) 264-1191. Edo Miller and Sons Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. www.edomillerandsons.com



MEMORIAL ARRANGEMENTS:

Visitation

Saturday, May 21, 2011 | 10:00am
Edo Miller and Sons Funeral Home
3321 Glynn Ave, Brunswick, GA 31520 | (912) 265-3636

Memorial Service

Saturday, May 21, 2011 | 11:00am
Edo Miller and Sons Funeral Home
3321 Glynn Ave, Brunswick, GA 31520 | (912) 265-3636
 

mrsrocster

Well-Known Member
#51
This is truly shocking news........my condolences to all of Bruce's family. I too remember how he would post with great pride his beloved Arami photos.
 

Cyndi

Well-Known Member
#54
I am so sad to read this, I didn't know Bruce, but I felt like I did from his posts. My heart breaks for his wife, children, and his beautiful grandchildren. May God hold him in his hands and help his family get through this difficult time, missing him.
 

Karry

Well-Known Member
#55
I remember his posts well and your posts about your visits with him also, Mary Ann. I am very saddened to read this news. My deepest sympathy to his family and to you, his dear friend, Mary Ann.
 

bostongal

Well-Known Member
#56
Mary Ann - I am so sorry to read this post this morning. I did not know Bruce did so enjoy his posts and tales of his good spirit on prior Duck Cruises.

I send my heartfelt condolences to his family, to you & all his friends.

Meg
 

Calgon1

Awaiting results of mental evaluation
#57
Most of the Cruise @ddicts are not aware, but in addition to being a frequent poster here on the boards, Bruce (or "MASTER" as Enforcer Duck so adoringly referred to him) was one of the original Ducks; and much to his chagrin he and Calgon are fellow high school alumni .

Rest in peace my friend ... I will always remember you with great fondness ...


 
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ShipMaven

Forever Remembered
#59
Most of the Cruise @ddicts are not aware, but in addition to being a frequent poster here on the boards, Bruce (or "MASTER" as Enforcer Duck so adoringly referred to him) was one of the original Ducks; and much to his chagrin he and Calgon are fellow high school alumni .

Rest in peace my friend ... I will always remember you with great fondness ...

Actually, Bruce and Sharon were not "original" Ducks, but close enough to be considered original. None of us who were together on Volendam's repositioning cruise from FLL to SFO in 2004 will ever forget the 18 days of non-stop fun we had, and some of the tricks that were played by bOB and Mal D (especially) on Brucie. With my brain so devastated by the events of the past few days, it took Judi to suggest that the original Ducks send flowers to the funeral home, and I did take care of that immediately. Brucie will be sorely missed.
 

ShipMaven

Forever Remembered
#60
I've been concerned about little Arami, the 4 year-old apple of Bruce's and Sharon's eyes. I see where, the night of the accident, she was told that her Papa is an angel in heaven. I guess it remains to be seen how much (or little) she understands at this point, especially after the Services today.