Our sincere sympathy to the family of Bruce. Mack & Sue McPhaul
In memory of Bruce C. Wantuch, Michael Teuschler lit a candle
I rmember all of the conversations, parties, and work projects we were both part of at the YWCA. You had a unique way of seeing the future and so many possibilites. Rest in Peace my dear "work husband". You are loved and missed.
So many wonderful conversations at the YWCA Southeast Wi, especially regarding travels and how we cleaned and did housework before leaving, just in case. Thankful for the memories. This I will not forget. Prayers for the family and so many friends over the years.
Doug, I am sorry very sorry to hear about Bruce. He was a very kind and compassionate man. The two of you were a perfect match. I hope the memories you made together bring your comfort in the days ahead. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
What a special person, Bruce thank you for being you ! ** Heaven has gained another angel !
In memory of Bruce C. Wantuch, Derek and Marisol Strelow lit a candle
My heart goes out to all of his family and friends. Bruce was a high school classmate of mine; I’ll always remember his warm and wonderful chuckle.
Bruce, thank you for you beauty of soul. Rest in peace.
Bruce will always have a place in my heart. He saw a light in me when I didn't see it myself and fanned that flame to make me a great case manager. I will always cherish his memory as long as I live. I loved him and appreciated his kindness to me. He invited me to dinner when he lived off 27th Street and shared his love for the Wizard of Oz (another one of our shared interest). I will mourn his passing with sadness and remember my friend as one of the important people in my life. To the family I will pray for your comfort.
Prayers sent to his dear family and friends, Bruce was my cousin, we grew up in the younger years, when our family’s got together, but lost touch as we grew older, (sadly) He was so fun to be with and genuine beautiful person inside and out. God bless his soul and Rest In Peace Debbie lohrke
Bruce was my best friend from age 12-16 & he lived across the street from me
We spent a lot of time together playing monopoly, cribbage & other card games
He was my first kiss
We grew apart as we progressed
In high school & we both went our separate ways
In 1974, I got married & found it strange that Bruce didn’t attend
It was them mom told me he was hospitalized with an inoperable brain tumor
Don’t think I ever prayed harder for anything in my life - that Bruce would be healed
God answered my prayers & even with all his many health issues he was able to live a good life
My prayers to all who loved Bruce
I will never forget “my first love” ✝️
I’m heartbroken by this news. He was a wonderful man and a great friend. I will miss him immensely… Rest in peace my friend
In memory of Bruce C. Wantuch, Oscar Prado lit a candle
All you suffering is finally over and you can rest in peace. Your family will miss you greatly. Love, Dawn
Missing you so much. Rest in peace, finally at peace.
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.