OBITUARY

Bruce Hiscock

February 14, 1954October 10, 2021

Bruce Wayne Hiscock, Age 67

February 14, 1954 – October 10, 2021

Passed away in Toronto on Sunday, October 10, 2021.

Bruce had been retired from the health care industry after working in Gander, St. John’s, Halifax, and Toronto. He had a love of pets; especially his cats and most recently Minnie, his beloved and treasured chihuahua. He also loved photography and would be taking a “snap” of anything and everything.

Bruce was predeceased by his parents Henry and Audrey (Sheppard) Hiscock of Grand Falls-Windsor. Left to mourn are brothers Randy (Terrace Bay, ON), Dennis (Ottawa, ON), sisters Holly (Grand Falls-Windsor), and Carol (Gord) (Edmonton, AB) along with nephews, niece, and many cousins. He also leaves very special friends David and Murray, Lloyd and Alan, neighbour Matt. The family would like to thank these wonderful people who all helped Bruce so much over the years.

Cremation has taken place. Burial of ashes will occur at a private service at a later date in Grand Falls-Windsor. Donations may be made to Casey House Toronto (https://caseyhouse.ca) or Lionel Kelland Hospice in Grand Falls-Windsor (https://lionelkellandhospice.ca) Funeral arrangements under the direction of Rosar Morrison Funeral Home in Toronto and Central Funeral Homes, Grand Falls-Windsor.

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Holly Osmond-Russell

October 18, 2021

I have such great memories of Bruce.we wented to St Alban,'s togetter and later attended GFA ...He was one of the best..so kind and always concern about others.I will certainly miss our chats and facebooking ..Rest easy my friend..I will cherish the wonderful memories

Bruce Hiscock

October 18, 2021

Dear Bruce...you were a fabulous, faithful volunteer through MCC Toronto's AIDSCare program, which later morphed into Community Care Home Hospice.
I was very fortunate to see you often during those times, as we connected about the time spent with those needing your abilities to make their lives a lot brighter. Your kind and gentle, yet fun way of being made a gracious fun person to be around.
You were a great example of volunteering and being a good example as a human being.
Several people have already commented on how, like me, they still remember your indomitable spirit.
I will NEVER forget you (unless my memory totally fails!)
Love and respect - always, Sandra

Donna Judge Daley

October 16, 2021

Fond memories of us growing up in Grand Falls and going to school at GFA. My thoughts are with his family at this sad time.

Gail Power

October 15, 2021

Bruce and I started Kindergarten at St.Albans School in Windsor.We became fast friends and stayed connected over the years.I am so sorry to hear of his passing,and send my condolences to his family,and close friends. I will cherish your Memory Bruce,sleep well my friend🙏💐💞

Gail Hollett Power

Elaine (Osmond) Dale

October 15, 2021

Gone too soon, a kinder soul I've never met. Bruce was one of the first who extended the hand of friendship when I started at GFA as a grade 7, 12 year old - a gesture I'll never forget. Rest in peace, my friend.

My thoughts are with all who knew and loved Bruce.

Barry Hall

October 15, 2021

Bruce and I grew up in the same neighbourhood and were in the same grade through school. I have many fond memories of those years. Bruce was a kind, good soul and he never had a bad thing to say. He is part of my life and I always have the memories.
Good bye old friend. God Bless.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY