Bruce Willard Mower
- May 13, 1949 - August 7, 2012
- Washington Terrace, Utah
of Bruce's Passing
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I'm happy that I was able to know Bruce. He was always upbeat and happy and I regret that I did not know him even better. At Bonneville he was such a fun person to associate with. My condolences to the family.
Posted by: Randy Weaver - Centerville, UT - Friend Aug 15, 2012
Bruce was a wonderful, kind man! I loved taking with him after a long day at work. He never complained, always had a great attitude. I already miss him. Such a loss! All the best to his family and friends.
Posted by: Kent Jorgenson - Ogden, UT - Friend fom work Aug 13, 2012
I am sad to hear about Bruce, he was a wonderful and caring man. When I came to Utah to visit my father, Hal Fronberg, we would walk down the road to Bruce's home and chat for a while. Bruce always showed kindness and love. My father respected and loved him. He touched the hearts of many, including my Father and me.
Posted by: Todd Fronberg - San Antonio, TX - Friend Aug 13, 2012
Dear Bruce - How I shall miss you. Your kind face, your warm hugs, the joy I felt whenever I was in your presence. I looked up to you all my life as more than a cousin, a friend, a Christlike example of who I should strive to be like. Your memory will sustain me until we meet again. Ted
Posted by: Ted Mower - Tremonton, UT - Cousin Aug 12, 2012
Please edit my memory submitted on Aug 10. Please delete the internet link (it is not valid) for You Tube and replace it with the following:
http://youtube.com Search :lkoldewyn and The Toad Man
Posted by: Lee Koldewyn - Tremonton , UT - Friend Aug 11, 2012
Please accept our heartfelt sympathy for the loss of your brother, Bruce. We remember him to be a fine young man with a talent for singing. He was a good person and I enjoyed knowing him.
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Posted by: Roma Frost Walker - Riverdale, UT - Friend Aug 11, 2012
The thing around remember most about Uncle Bruce is Christmas mornings. He would come out with my Grandparents to watch us open our gifts and then we would have a big breakfast. One Christmas in particular I remember is when my little sister MIchelle got a tap player with a microphone. I also got a Barbie called Barbie and the Sensations. She was in a musical group and she came with a tape of some of their songs. I remember
Posted by: Paula Mullis - Clearfield , UT - neice Aug 10, 2012
I love this picture of Uncle Bruce. He looks so happy. I remember once when he was visiting from New York and he came over for dinner. We were watching Solid Gold and my mom started to explain the show to him as if he came from another country not another state. He just smiled and said they had Solid Gold in New York. When he moved home he would come to our house Christmas morning with Grandma and Grandpa.
Posted by: Amy Judd - North Ogden, UT - Niece Aug 10, 2012
So sorry to hear about your brother. I use to live down the street from the Mower's in South Ogden I lived with my familty the Farmers, 4326 Porter Ave. I didn't realized he had sisters I thought he was an only child. I learned a lot today reading about his life. I won't be able to attend the funeral but you have my prayers with all of the family. take care Annette Burrell
Posted by: Annette F Burrell - syracuse now, UT - neighbor Aug 10, 2012
I was so saddened to hear of Bruce's passing this morning. Bruce and I are the same age. We were close neighbors and best buddies in Jr High and High School. I have so much admiration and respect for Bruce, who was such a fine gentleman and Pleasant man to be with. We have been in contact through all these years and I have enjoyed hearing of his adventures throughout his career in the theater. Actually, I take some credit
Posted by: Lee Koldewyn - Tremonton, UT - friend Aug 10, 2012