KING – Bruce William
Passed away peacefully at LV Village Aged Care Newborough on January 10th 2021.
Aged 84 years
Dearly loved husband of Judith for 59 years
Much loved father and father-in-law of Rohan, Julie and Barney, Narelle and Mark.
Adored Pa Pa of Oscar.
Son of the late Bill and Alys King.
In lieu of flowers donations to Parkinsons Victoria will be appreciated. Envelopes available at the service.
This service will also be live streamed, To view the live stream, click here.
I worked under Bruce at the SECV as a young engineerJanuary 12, 2021
He was a knowledgeable mentor and put his trust in young engineers and was always available for advice
Bruce could be pretty tough but had to be in the position he held but was always fair in his outlook
A wonderful man and uncle. Such a talented piano player and kind soul. You will be forever in our hearts and thoughts. Rest peacefully now.January 12, 2021
Deepest sympathy to you all.. A great cousin to dad. Our thoughts are with you at this sad time. RIP BruceJanuary 12, 2021
A wonderul brother and brotherinlaw to me and Lorraine’many great memories will be cherished and sadly missed,RIP brotheJanuary 13, 2021
I will forever remember my dear uncle as a man full of love and wisdom and compassion for others. Three cheers to a life well lived.January 13, 2021
Such a lovely man and so interesting. I was lucky enough to have many chats with him when I visited Narelle Mark and Oscar at Christmas time. We only met briefly but I will cherish the memories.January 14, 2021
Wonderful memories of trips shared and many wonderful nights out.January 14, 2021
Love to all the family
Ray & Bernice Linton & Family
A wonderful cousin to Neil, Ivan,Val Elaine and Lynette our thoughts are with Judy and family RIP BruceJanuary 17, 2021
Our deepest condolences to you all. Bruce was such a kind, loving and brilliant person. Our thoughts are with you. RIP dear Bruce.January 17, 2021
To be able to make music and entertain people is a great talent.
Bruce contributed so much memorable music playing on the Warragul Wurlitzer.
As both president and active committee member Bruce did so much in the early days of the organ restoration. Although calm and unassuming by nature, Bruce was a tremendous support through some difficult times.
We have fond memories of the Bruce and Bob duos, one on the piano and one on the organ. Always so enjoyable, be it in concert, in demo or just on a club day. Such wonderful duets and so often completely impromptu.
Farewell old friend and thank you for all you have done.
Richard and Bee Mellor (past president of WTOS)
(11th January 2021)January 18, 2021
Our thoughts are with you all at this very sad time.January 18, 2021
We are really going to miss our annual get together in Queensland with Bruce and Judy, that we so looked forward to. We had some great times together which we are good memories to keep.
Love Delys and Clive
Our deepest sympathy to Judy and family on the passing of my cousin Bruce. We shall miss your yearly visits to us in Canberra. He was a kind and gentle man From Barbara Mick and familyJanuary 23, 2021