My deepest sympathy to you and your family at such a difficult time. I know no words can help heal the pain that you must all be feeling. Just know that your friends at Mount Royal are thinking of you.
If a measure of a man is the memories he leaves behind, then Bruno was exemplary indeed. It is hard to imagine all the lives he has touched during his too short 63 years.
He was a guardian, not only of his family of whom he was fiercely proud, but for his decades of service as a police officer, helping to keep us all safer. Golf aficionado, occasional cigar connoisseur, sports enthusiast, neat freak, and pug owner: he was a man of many passions who did everything to the best of his ability. Bruno was a great chef and consummate host. There was never an empty plate or glass if Bruno was in the room.
I have incredible memories of his kindness to my daughter, Geneviève, over the years; making cookies with her; playing in the backyard pool; and taking her out to lunch. We are all lucky to have known him and have him as a role model.
Susan and family, I am sure your grief is overwhelming as you deal with Bruno’s loss. I know, however, you will have countless moments to cherish.
"He is a portion of the loveliness
Which once he made more lovely. " Percy Bysshe Shelley
Dear Catherine and Family, we are so sorry for your loss! Bruno's greatness lives on and loves on in all of you. Sending you love and hugs Tracey-Ann, David, Darcy and Sadie
Team Bruno will be there.
Never knew Bruno, only Susan and his beautiful children, so I know what a kind soul he was thru these beautiful people. I think of you all daily. xoxo