On Tuesday, January 3, 2023, Bruce Allan Morphy took his last breath at Hospice Quinte. After a longn fight, it was time to rest. He has found peace...at last. Bruce joins his parents, Steve and Vera as well as beloved dogs Jessie and Jenny.
To Cindy (beloved dog) and all of us who cared about Bruce:
Now that I am gone, “don’t learn to live without me, just learn to live with my love in a different way. And if you need to see me, close your eyes, or look in your shadow when the sun shines. I’m there. Sit with me in the quiet and you will know that I did not leave. There is no leaving when a soul is blended with another. Don’t learn to live without me, just learn to look for me in the moments. I will be there.”
(Donna Ashworth) .He will be missed by siblings Rob (Barb), Brian (Ulrike) and Pat, nieces Jillian and Gina, nephews Ben (Natalie), Evan and Nathan (Alexandra), and great-nephews Simon and Bodhi. He will also be missed by best friend Doug and wife Marnie, neighbour Archie and friend Glynnis and her family as well as his Sunny Creek Estate community, former co-workers and fast-food friends. We all wish we had had more time. Thank you to two of the best nurses, Irene and Monique (Bayshore Nursing Services), Dr.s Moore, Pritchett and Choobak (and Oncology team), Stephanie (Home Care), OT’s, and the staff at Hospice Quinte. Thank you to QuinteCremation Services for their kindness and expertise. There will be no service. Ashes will be dispersed at a location of Bruce’s choosing when the warmer weather arrives.
To honour Bruce, please donate to your local Humane Society, Hospice or charity of your choice.