In Memory

Bruce Bergeron - Class Of 1958 VIEW PROFILE

Bergeron, Bruce Allen Entered Heaven on April 5, 2014, at the age of 74 years, while visiting Biloxi, Mississippi. Survived by Susan, his wife of 47 years, sister Betty (Gerald) Lestina, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, many nieces and nephews, and many other relatives and friends. The center of his life was "his boy" Brad Greenwood, "his girl" Susie Greenwood Diehl and her husband, Brad. The daughter of Susie and Brad, Brianna was the love of his life. He enjoyed biking, hiking, camping, hunting, fishing, golfing, swimming and boating, but he most enjoyed water skiing. He did both bare foot and trick skiing. He often said "I live for the lake. It's my life." In the winter he loved to skate, snowmobile, and snow ski (cross country and downhill). He was with the Ski Patrol for many years and had served as Director of the Cross Country Ski Patrol for the Kettle Moraine area. People always remembered his infectious laughter, especially when he won at poker. He was an American Indian, a member of the Bad River Band of Lake Superior, where his grandfather was once chief. President of Bruce Allen Lab Systems for over 40 years he sold and installed most lab systems for schools and industry throughout the State of Wisconsin. His cats, dogs, guinea pigs and birds were his extended family members. He loved his family and as a generous and caring individual who always reached out to people in need. He will be missed, loved and remembered. Friends may greet the family on Thurs., May 1, from 10:30 AM to the time of Mass at 11:30 AM, at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church, 120 Nashotah Rd., Nashotah, WI. A memorial celebration of his life will follow where we will share food and our fondest memories of Bruce's life together.

Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Apr. 25, 2014

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