In memory of
Bruce K. Kuenzi
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In memory of
Bruce K. Kuenzi
Bruce K. Kuenzi Bruce K. Kuenzi died August 24, 2018 at the age of 56 following a long, courageous and inspirational battle with pancreatic cancer. He never gave up hope or fight. Born in Seattle June 13, 1962, he graduated Ingram HS and then the California Maritime Academy. He lived and worked his entire life in Seattle. His maritime career began at American President Lines and completed at Tideworks Technology for Terminal Operating Systems located on Harbor Island. He will long be admired and remembered by his family, his co-workers, soccer teammates, snow buddies and longtime friends as being committed, dedicated, strong, dependable, meticulous and fun. He worked hard and loved to play, excelling at all fun things connected to water, land or mountains with skill, humility and grace. Predeceased by father, Hilton.Survived by wife Sandy, son Kyle and daughter Taylor, mother Elly, brothers Gary (Catherine), Terry (Katrina) and sister Kathie (Tom). As well as many cousins and numerous nieces and nephews who gave him such joy and pride. Also including his extended family of in-laws: Bernice Hodgen, Teri & Dick Jones, Linda & Art Samuelson, Brian & Jenny Hodgen. Celebration of Life scheduled at Mercer Island Community Center, Sunday, September 9th, Service at 12:00, reception to follow. In lieu of flowers, donations suggested to Seattle Cancer Care Alliance or the Fred Hutch Pancreatic Cancer Research.
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In memory of
Bruce K. Kuenzi
Bruce K. Kuenzi Bruce K. Kuenzi died August 24, 2018 at the age of 56 following a long, courageous and inspirational battle with pancreatic cancer. He never gave up hope or fight. Born in Seattle June 13, 1962, he graduated Ingram HS and then the California Maritime Academy. He lived and worked his entire life in Seattle. His maritime career began at American President Lines and completed at Tideworks Technology for Terminal Operating Systems located on Harbor Island. He will long be admired and remembered by his family, his co-workers, soccer teammates, snow buddies and longtime friends as being committed, dedicated, strong, dependable, meticulous and fun. He worked hard and loved to play, excelling at all fun things connected to water, land or mountains with skill, humility and grace. Predeceased by father, Hilton.Survived by wife Sandy, son Kyle and daughter Taylor, mother Elly, brothers Gary (Catherine), Terry (Katrina) and sister Kathie (Tom). As well as many cousins and numerous nieces and nephews who gave him such joy and pride. Also including his extended family of in-laws: Bernice Hodgen, Teri & Dick Jones, Linda & Art Samuelson, Brian & Jenny Hodgen. Celebration of Life scheduled at Mercer Island Community Center, Sunday, September 9th, Service at 12:00, reception to follow. In lieu of flowers, donations suggested to Seattle Cancer Care Alliance or the Fred Hutch Pancreatic Cancer Research.
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Celebration of Life
 
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Sunday, September 09
Sunday, Sep 9
12:00 PM
Mercer Island Community Center
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