Harry Bruns

Harry Bruns

July 1, 1938 - October 22, 2020
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Harry F. Bruns, 82, Neosho, MO, passed away October 22, 2020 at Mercy Hospital in Joplin, MO after an illness.

Harry Francis Bruns was born July 1, 1938 in Kansas City, KS the son of Harry and Nan (Francis) Bruns. Harry married Linda Lankford on 11/9/1962 in Kansas City, Kansas. With his wife of almost 58 years, he attended the Church of Hope in Neosho, Mo. Harry enjoyed playing dominoes, talking on the phone, sharing stories with friends, messing with old cars, and he loved being a grandfather to Kyle, Travis, Jon, Ryan and Kaley. Harry was an Air Force veteran. Harry loved telling jokes and could talk to anybody, but he always put family first. He was a loving father to Larry and his wife Vivianne and Terri and her husband Brett. Harry was a cherished brother to his sisters, Eileen and Lela. Harry was a favorite uncle, who was always extremely proud of his nieces and nephews. His eyes sparkled whenever he talked about each and every one of his family members.

Survivors include his wife Linda Bruns, Neosho; two children Larry Bruns and wife Viviane, Manassas, VA and Terri Adzick and husband Brett, St. Louis, MO; two sisters, Lela Carlton San Diego, CA and Eilen Taylor, Denver, CO; five grandchildren and a host of friends.

Harry was preceded in death by his parents Harry and Nan Bruns.

The body has been taken for cremation under the direction of Campbell-Biddlecome Funeral Home, Seneca, MO and the family will hold a Celebration of Life Services at a later date.
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Joe Edwards

Posted at 09:55pm
While being in the same graduating class as Larry I would have never thought that I would become a good friend to his father Harry. Many a trips to go after cars, fix and repair a many on the side of the road getting them home and I'll never forget the pickup without a floorboards! Yes without floorboards, 60 mph while driving and looking at the road beneath you lasting about 5 mins! So as soon as Harry spotted a store down the road he flagged us in, a grocery store and I'm thinking what are we getting here at a grocery store?, we had already ate! Pull behind the building he said, ok now what? I should have never asked! Get some of those cardboard boxes out of the trash he said, we're making floorboards! Only a couple of rednecks in Kansas City could have got'er done! After a couple of layer's Harry said let's roll! Neosho here we come...
Sure Loved that guy. Gonna miss you Harry! Prayers and Condolences to all the Family and Friends

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