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Bruce Richard Breiner
March 22, 1955 ~ February 2, 2018 (age 62)
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Bruce Richard Breiner
Bruce decided to take an early vacation on February 2, 2018. Bruce was born to Norma and John Breiner on March 22, 1955. He was preceded in death by his mother Norma, Father John and Brother Randy. He is survived by two sons John and Brandon Breiner. Sister’s Carla (husband Claude) Carson, Jill DeCook; Brother’s Kenny (Spouse Martha) Breiner, Kevin (Spouse Kathleen) Breiner. He also had 12 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild.
Bruce was a military man, having served multiple tours with the United States Navy. He was all about Honor, Duty and Country. It is this diligence that he carried over into his civilian life, he lived by the age-old adage “If somethings worth doing, it’s worth doing right”.
The world was his oyster, one thing Bruce loved to talk about were the good ol’ days in the Navy being out at sea. Bruce was able to travel to parts of the world that most people only dreamed of going, and boy the stories he would bring back.
Bruce was a proud and honorable person, he seemed to almost have this magnetic personality that allowed him to talk to others and make friends easily. Bruce could walk into a room and just meld right in. Bruce came from a different age, a time of nobility and chivalry.
Bruce enjoyed the outdoors more than anything, from fishing, camping, four-wheeling, you name it and if it involved the outdoors he was game. It was easy to make memories with Bruce, his personality and his sense of humor made even the most mundane things stand out and become important.
Bruce was a natural born leader, he had a good head on his shoulders. He had a way of dispensing and imparting his wisdom on you in the most unconventional ways. Bruce lived a simple yet hard working life, he simply didn’t know how to sit still. Bruce would always be doing something from his woodworking to taking a drive out in the country.
Bruce was an avid gun and knife collector. He also loved his war memorabilia and old westerns. He is loved by everyone that knew him and that love will never stop. Fly high papason and till we meet again we will remember everything that you taught us and will live by the morals you taught us.
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