In Memory

Michael D. Bruner

Michael D. Bruner

I want all our classmates that have gone on before us to have a rose by their name in the profile list so I am adding this to all of them. dc

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09/25/08 09:20 AM #1    

Gayle Reece (Reece)

A Longhorn all the way! He loved Austin.

10/07/08 10:53 PM #2    

Jim Appleby

I'll always remember Mike as a fun person to be around, especially on the tennis courts. He had a way of making the drudgery of hitting that little ball onto the backboard actually fun. He was so bright and quick-witted. I'm sure he lived his life to the fullest.

01/14/09 07:57 PM #3    

Thomas A. Thompson

Mike was fun to talk with. He'd keep me laughing. I don't know what his IQ was, but I suspect it was very high. I didn't know he past....very sad.

04/29/09 08:27 PM #4    

Glenn R. Duncan

Mike was one of the good guys growing up. Always at Fun Forest Park having fun. Mike and his brother Gary taught me how to play tennis at around 4th or 5th grade. Mike and I would wear out 2-3 pairs of tennis shoes each summer. Mike was also a good baseball player. His brother coached our 6th grade team. That included a group of us from several different schools. Most of which graduated with us at JT. I miss Mikes happy attitude.

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