DiLuzio Foley And Fletcher Funeral Homes

33 Marlboro Street, Keene, NH


Bruce Lee Field

December 1, 1969July 21, 2019

Bruce L. Field, 49, life-long resident of Westmoreland, NH, passed away on July 21, 2019 at New London Hospital after a period of declining health.

His parents Eva Mae (Finch) and Rufus Frederick Field welcomed there son into the world on December 1, 1969 in Bellows Falls, VT. He attended area schools and graduated from Keene High School.

Bruce was a private man and mostly kept to himself. He will be fondly remembered for his open-mindedness and for being a jokester.

Bruce will be missed by his siblings: Debra Juniper and her husband Larry of Surry, NH, Scott Field of Westmoreland, NH, Brian Field and his wife Kerian of Melbourne, FL, Arlene Sirek and her husband Steve of Townsend, VT, Linda King and her husband Nelson of Grafton, VT, John Field of W. Swanzey, NH, Walter Field of Westmoreland, NH, Arthur Field and his wife Darlene of Westmoreland, NH, Robert Field and his wife Mary of South Londonderry, VT, and Alan Field of Westmoreland, NH; as well as many nieces, nephews, and extended family members.

He was predeceased by his parents and a brother, Frank Field.

Private services will be held by family at the North Cemetery in Westmoreland, NH.


  • Services will be private


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Kristen Starkey

August 6, 2019

Went to grade school with bruce was a sweet kid so sorry for your loss

Darcy Robinson

July 27, 2019

Debbie, so sorry for your loss, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

Tania Belanger

July 23, 2019

I just wanted to say how sorry I am for the loss of such a wonderful man! I didn't know him before he came to New London Hospital but from the day he arrived for some reason he "tugged" at my heart. I work Monday through Friday and every day I worked I would say Good Morning to him and Good Night to him when I left. I would talk to him through out the day when I would walk by his room. Towards the end I could really see the "jokester" side of him coming out and he would joke with me more and more. One night when I was getting ready to leave I had stopped in like I normally do and he thanked me for walking with him. He had started to agree to walking for/with me the last week he was here. Matter of fact he walked 4 days in a row and he was so proud of himself and we were all proud of him too. Friday night when I was getting ready to leave I was doing my normal "good night" and I told him to behave like I always do and He told me I was his new best friend because he got a special treat that day for all of his hard work walking 4 days in a row. I am so very sorry and my thoughts, prayers and love go out to all of his family at this time. I hope you have a lot of memories to keep you going with him, that is one thing that no one can ever take from you! ♥♥