I did not know this man but did read many of his posts I am sad to learn of his passing.
Last edited by coolperfect; 03-25-2010 at 07:42 PM.
You never know how much you take for granted till you hear news like this.
I still am in disbelief after reading all of the past seven pages.
Bruce was a great guy and was always the same every time I met up with him at C-tech.
May you rest in peace my friend.
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Sorry to hear this, my condolences to ARPA's family
Originally Posted by MatrixTransform
Our condolences to the family.
That picture was at Comfort Tech in Atlanta GA. I met Bruce there, and chatted with him for a few minutes. All that I have read about him is true, a really GREAT guy!
Originally Posted by jpb2
Quality work at a fair price with excellent customer service!
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2 Chronicles 7:14
I am truly saddened by this untimely tragic loss.
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Originally Posted by twilli3967
Although I did not know Bruce personality we did but head's heads one time on this site.And after a long chat all things were worked out. Rest in peace Bruce.
My condolences to ARPA's loved ones. He was very much a part of this site and will be missed.
Be safe not fast. body parts don't grow back
Times like these I feel silly complaining about minor day-to-day problems.
Lord be with family and friends that need your help threw this tough time. Amen! Sad but try and picture that hes smiling down at everyone he knows from Heaven.
my condolences go out to his family. R.I.P.
Been busy this week and have not been on the site and just found this now ... am in total shock ..
Like others, I first met Bruce at the HVAC-Talk booth at Comfortech in St Louis. Like others have said, he was a gentle Giant of a Man with a Giant Heart .. Very friendly to all ..
He will be sorely missed by many, and by his many friends on HVAC-Talk.
Rest in peace, Bruce ..
Condolences from the mo-flo family to ARPA's family.