Bruce C. Ellis

1942 ∼ 2020

Pamela Marston of Harrison Maine wrote:

Bruce you will be greatly missed! If we could only here one of your many stories one more time to make us laugh and put a smile on everyone’s faces

Theresa Smithey of Middleboro Massachusetts wrote:

Bruce was one of a kind...First time I met him he was 4 wheeling out from behind the horse paddocks at Handikids (The Bridge Center). Not knowing who he was I approached him to see what he was up to and asked him to not ride back behind the barn...It was at the end of the day when I was tucking the kids (horses) in for the night....from that moment forward he would show up from a different trail on his 4 wheeler, night gear goggles for early evening adventure....he always had the kids and programs at The Bridge Center in his thoughts and heart.....Also if there was a tree that needed to be remove Bruce was there with his words of wisdom as he supervised the falling of the trees.....there’s just so much I could say about Bruce....his jokes, stories and love for the kids at TBC....May he Rest In Peace....condolences to Karen and the kids during this time as Bruce transitions into to his shiny wings they issue him at the Pearly Gates....He will be missed by all.

Kevin & Helene Moreira of Raynham, MA wrote:

A fun person to get into a conversation with. He will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during thing time of remembrance.

DAN Benson of Raynham ma wrote:

Bruce will be missed very much, he was a great more like a farther. We had many great times together. Loved Dan

Laurie Keane of Bridgewater wrote:

So many great memories of a wonderful man! Bruce was so full of life and enjoyed every day to the fullest. Karen my deepest sympathies are with you and your family at this difficult time.

Doug Sime of BRIDGEWATER wrote:

Dear Karen and family, So saddened to hear of Bruce's passing. He and I shared so many stories over the years, always reminiscing about our younger years and things we did. I do not ever recall Bruce not knowing something about the mysteries and legends of the Hocamock swamp. He was a wonderful story teller, a good family man and a wonderful friend. Doug