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Richmond Hill, ON | L4C 3B8
Gordon Bruce Cullen
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Condolence From: Linda Wilson
Condolence: I came to know Mr. Cullen through his son Jim. He was always nice, smiling and welcoming. We played a lot of Uno throughout the years and he was merciless and always willing to share his +4, +2 And miss a turn cards. I recall one time I lost one hand by more than 100 points. When I loudly complained, he would laugh and have a twinkle in his eye. Whenever I invited myself over for a visit I would always get an invitation to stay for a meal. I will miss him.
Sunday May 06, 2018
Condolence From: Bev Taylor
Condolence: Please accept my condolences, Jim, on the death of your father.
Sunday May 06, 2018
Condolence From: Vicki and Fred Pinkerton
Condolence: I am so sad to hear of Bruce’s passing. Although we have not seen him in a long time, I will always remember him as a neighbour’s gift. When we moved next door, we found Bruce to be generous as a neighbour, helping us with our garden and in times of need. He was a kind man, a friend to all and an amazing husband, father, grandfather and I am betting a wonderful great grandfather.
Every spring as our asparagus rises, we thank Bruce for helping us plant it all of those years ago and we tell each new person to in the ‘Cullen House,’ about the legacy of their garden.
We wish we could be there to help celebrate Bruce’s life with you. Thank you so much Jim for remembering to let us know. As always, you are in our prayers and Bruce will always be alive in our memories as we walk through our yard and remember why we have a set of steps over the fence.
Sunday May 06, 2018
Condolence From: Bryan Baker
Condolence: I was very sad to hear of Uncle Bruce's passing. I will always remember him as a kind, soft spoken man, who always had a smile.
I have fond memories of him as my Sunday school teacher, times spent on his farm and Stayner family camp. He will be greatly missed.
Bryan Baker
Thursday May 03, 2018

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