OBITUARY

James Nelson Bruner

March 24, 1962March 25, 2021

James Nelson Bruner of Quincy, CA passed away on March 25, 2021 at the age of 59. He was born in San Bernadino on March 24, 1962 to Willie Paul Bruner, Jr and Marian Delores Bruner.

James was an avid NASCAR and Raiders fan. He also loved poker, cribbage, golf, hanging out with his friends and being a Clamper but, above all, loved his family most.

James was an active member and former Humbug of the Las Plumas Del Oro Chapter 8 of the Ancient and Honorable Order of E Clampus Vitus. He was a great brother who never hesitated to help others and volunteered for many charitable events with his time and cooking skills. The Clamper wives (Widders) put their foot down one year and demanded that James be the cook for the Widder's Ball dances.

James was preceded in death by his wife Chris on March 27, 2018. James is survived by his daughter, Jozette Bruner of Chico, his sister Barbara and her partner Dusty Miller of Quincy, CA, his brother Paul Bruner and his wife Carol of Sandsprings, OK and sister Teresa Brock and her Husband Michael of Hanford, CA.

Services

24 April

Memorial Service

12:00 pm

Gansner Park


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Beverly Green

April 8, 2021

Our oldest nephew, he grew up with us pretty much as a sibling. Words can't express the loss we are feeling in our family these past few years. Give everyone our love when you see them James! We love you!

Ron Oxley

April 8, 2021

When James and I became friends. We were work together at Feather River Materials, James was doing something I don't remember what, but he said Ah Hell then I asked him , are you from Okla. ? He said yes why ? I told him the only people I have ever heard say Ah Hell were from Okla. We then began to talk and found out we both worked on a sewer treatment plant in Sand Springs at the same time several years earlier. He called me his brother from another Mother from that point on and introduce me to the family as such. I am very Blessed to have known such a kind and loving person as James .My Brother You will forever be missed