Bruce Raymond Bruneau

October 4, 2019 9 Condolences Print Obituary

May 22, 1954 - September 27, 2019

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our husband, father, son, son-in-law, brother and uncle, Bruce Bruneau at the age of 65. Bruce passed away peacefully from lung cancer at St. Joseph's Auxiliary hospital surrounded by family and friends. Bruce is survived by his loving wife Jami Ann Bruneau, son Dakota Bruneau, daughter Cayce Bruneau, Mother Germaine Bruneau, brother Robert Bruneau, sister Vivian Bruneau, brother Guy Bruneau (Sue) as well as many other family members. Bruce was predeceases by his Father Hilaire Bruneau.

Bruce was born in St. Boniface, Manitoba and came to Edmonton with his family as a teen. He found his niche operating heavy equipment and also drove big rigs. He met his second wife, Jami, in British Columbia and then relocated back to Edmonton in 1997. Bruce was a loving and hard working husband and father and will be greatly missed by countless family members and friends.

There will be no service at Bruce's request. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Bruce's memory to the Canadian Lung Association

  1. So sorry to hear about your loss. Bruce was a wonderful man and will be greatly missed

  2. Miss you kid bob

  3. Our sincerest condolences Jami and her family also Bruce’s families ??

  4. May you RIP Bruce – sure was a pleasure to have met you !
    Jeannine Boyer

  5. Im going to miss you my dear friend.Im glad we had done many things in the outdoors such as fishing and hunting.It felt like we were more like brothers.Rest easy.

  6. Bruce as my older cousin I always looked up to, respected and admired you. You were always the perfect gentleman and my friend. I will miss you and your opinions, your friendship and your honesty. lol Rest in peace bro. Love Connie

  7. Our Thoughts and prayers Are with you.Lots of Hugs!!

  8. Thank’s for everything. The good time we had.love you.viv miss you .

  9. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Jami and family, as you go through this most trying time.
    He was a most wonderful husband and father who could talk to anyone and regale them with stories of his work.
    Take care, all of you.

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