HEALEY, Bruce William
A Funeral Service to Celebrate the Life of Mr. Bruce William Healey will be held at the Loch Memorial Reserve, Loch Poowong Road, Loch on THURSDAY December 2, 2021 commencing 2.00pm.
Private CremationFuneral guests are kindly requested to not wear black on the day.
Funeral Guests attending the Service must check in and be double vaccinated. You will need to provide proof of your vaccination status on arrival.
Such a gentle man who always added to a conversation will be sadly missed.November 26, 2021
Bruce a good friend for almost 65 years, always showed an interest in all we did. Lotsa love to all the family💕November 27, 2021
Sad news. Bruce was always had a story or a joke. I will remember discussing all things footy and racing over a couple of beers and some great days at Balnarring. Thoughts are with all of the family this week , especially our great mate Simon.November 29, 2021
Thinking of you and your family,Sue, at this sad time! Bruce was one of the ‘regulars’ at Eleanor st, that I got to know! Great memories!November 29, 2021
To Sue and family, thinking of you all at this sad time.November 30, 2021
Bruce had the best laugh and smile. A very good man .
A very long association from school days.
Sincere thoughts .
To Sue, Simon, Steve, Lucy and your families.November 30, 2021
Deepest sympathies for the sad passing of such a sweet man, loving husband, father and grandfather.
Leaving those of us who have known him since his school days with wonderful memories
Sue and Don Black
Sincere condolences to family on the sad loss of Bruce. Always a gentleman in business and pleasure. You will be remembered and missed by many in our industry. Rest In Peace.December 1, 2021
Whilst not a close friend, I have known Bruce since our I.C.I days 40 years ago. As I recall Bruce was in Rural group and then was appointed site manager for ICI’s mega petrochemical project at Point Wilson. When ICI pulled the pin Bruce joined Kendon chemical where he struck a belligerent senior partner. After that he worked for Tiger chemicals and attended industry Friday lunches.December 1, 2021
Due to Bruce being in Mornington lost a lot of contact. Last contact at Cranbourne racecourse just precovid. We both had horses running.
Always a smiling welcoming friend. So young to lose him.
Bruce was the youngest of our cousins on our father’s side so was still at home when our family with three young children visited. I have lovely memories of Bruce as a kindly jolly soul guiding our unbridled joy of sliding down the stairs I pillowsDecember 2, 2021
– huge novelty for us coming from regular single storey home. Bruce remained in touch after my father died and my condolences go to Sue and his family.
An absolute delightful neighbour in Balnarring. Shall miss his quiet presence.December 2, 2021
Condolences to Sue, Simon, Steve, Lucy and families.
Judy Pollock ,Ian Edwards
We have great memories of very happy events at Sue and Bruce’s Wilson Street, Brighton House when our young families would gather. Always fun and we certainly appreciated Sue and Bruce’s hospitality and importantly, our friendship. Bruce is remembered fondly and will remain so. Sue (and family) we are confident that you will gather strength as each day passes. We are thinking of you. Sandra and Ray StreetDecember 6, 2021