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Bruce Lowell Kuhn
3/15/1959 -  4/8/2018

Marshall D. Jarvis Jr.
Greenville, TX
Thursday, April 12, 2018

Heart water fills my eyes for the family during this time ..
The hardest part of love is learning how to let go for a while however with the love in our hearts for Jesus we will all get to see Bruce on the other side. Believe you me Brucey want let anyone slip by without a A Big Texas Grin and a Hello!

Rest In Peace Brother !!!
The Holy Bible instructs us to cast it all on Him...
Ole Brucey made the perfect cast..

Marshall D.


Tyler, TX
Wednesday, April 11, 2018

With our Deepest Sympathy Brenda and Family.
Robert and Stephanie Carlson
Tyler Tx.


Karyn & Kenneth Howell
, TX
Wednesday, April 11, 2018


nevada, TX
Wednesday, April 11, 2018


donna clark
sulphur springs, TX
Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Bruce---I love and will miss you. Work is killing me. You are one of my best friends

Polly Langford
Greenville, TX
Tuesday, April 10, 2018

To Brenda and all of Bruce's Family,
Wanted you to know how sad it was to hear of Bruce's passing although I know he is now free of pain and is in a better place. I do not know if you have heard of this story Bruce would tell so here it is: Bruce worked for my brother, Jon Wooten, at one time when he owned a Texaco Station here in Greenville. My Daddy, Earl Wooten, would always be at the Station and he and Bruce developed a great friendship. My Daddy always had little nicknames for people or would always call them "honey" or "darlin". He would call Bruce - "Brucey Honey" and that was the name we would say when we saw Bruce or spoke of him. When we would see Bruce and say "Hey Brucey Honey" - he would smile so big and laugh and say how he missed our Daddy and the good times they had at the Station. Bruce was a great guy and I know you will miss him a lot. I hope you find peace, joy and comfort in stories like this - they are great memories. Our prayers are with you all.

Molly Wooten Jacks
Greenville, TX
Tuesday, April 10, 2018

I have fond memories of my childhood and adulthood times with Bruce and his twin Brenda. Polly and I attended school with them from 1st to 12th grade. The last time I saw Bruce was at the 40th Class Reunion. Bruce always attended our Reunion's. My daddy called him "Brucie Honey", as he worked for a short time for my dad. I know you are in no more pain and share some coffee with my beloved Bruce Jacks in Heaven. You will be missed.

sue chambliss
, TX
Monday, April 9, 2018

thought and prayers to the family- bruce was loved and will be missed by all but now he is with johnny and jerry and what fun they are having being together again and playing their music..the 3 amigos..forever..

Gary Beane
Richardson, TX
Sunday, April 8, 2018

I've always found the English language so ill equipped to adequately convey appropriate words of grief, sadness and comfort to the loved ones and to ourselves.

To Jerry, Brenda, JD and the rest of Bruce's family and friends, I know you will miss him, but I also know how loved he was, by all who knew him.

Bruce was an important part of my high School days and every time i saw him, we picked up right where we left off. Then spent the rest of the time laughing, Bruce had a great laugh.

I miss him and I will miss, and loved, his amazing Elvis impersonation along with a laundry list of other things about your Dad, Brother, and friend we'll all miss.

As I've already said, Bruce was loved by all who knew him, and that's the mark of a truly fulfilled life

While your loss brings tears of sadness and grief to our eyes, the memories of our time together always make us smile with warm memories.

I love you Bruce, rest easy in the hands of our Lord my friend,

Gary Beane,

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