Bruce always had a smile on his face and was full of great ideas of how we could raise money and awareness for High Park Zoo. He jumped in with both feet, often pulling Alex with him, to organize and help at events. He will be truly missed by all who met him at the Zoo not just the Board, other volunteers, the Zoo Keepers but all the visitors who got to know him. His spirit will live on at the zoo.
Will be sadly missed, I enjoyed Bruce's sense of humour and spent many happy hours with him when he joined our volunteer group to "Save The Zoo", his collecting of the signatures was phenomenal...my daughter Fehlicity also attended Humberside with Bruce and he is on my wall still in the Graduation Class Picure of 1988. We last spent a happy time together with Bruce and Alex at my 80th birthday event last October at the Grenadier. Truly Alex will grow up with loving and lasting memories of his great Dad, and we wish him all that is good and great for his future.
TO dear Alex and to all the family of Bruce....
We have been so privileged to be friends of Bruce for almost 20 years and so sorry to hear that he has left us, much too soon and much too suddenly. We send you our most sincere condolences and wishes.
Nidhi and family
My deepest sympathies to family and friends of Bruce. I didn't really know Bruce as he was 3 grades lower than me at Humberside, except I saw him around the music rooms. But I felt I had to leave a message here.
I knew Bruce through volunteering at the High Park Zoo. He exuded enthusiasm and worked very hard to save the zoo from being closed. He always had a smile on his face and was uplifting to have around. It is with sadness that I learned of his passing, all too soon. We will all miss him very much. Especially the llamas.