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Bruce Loveless

Bruce Loveless

Monday, November 14th, 1949 - Saturday, July 4th, 2020
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On July 4th Bruce was promoted to Glory. He is now in the presence of His Heavenly Father. Our hearts are broken but we are so thankful that he guided his family with faith, love, strength and compassion. He was a man of God who loved reading his bible and praying. He lived his life with passion. Just before he turned fifty he left the world of civil engineering and went to Tyndale Seminary and received his Master of Divinity degree.

He lived by his favourite motto of “Listen to God and do what He says.” His first church was a Presbyterian Church in Vankoughnet Ontario and then he was associate pastor at First Pres in Collingwood. He began a nondenominational church in Craigleith named Church of the Blue Mountains. He pastored his church with love and care. He allowed his congregation to experience their own faith journeys while walking alongside them without judgement but with tremendous encouragement. He was the Chaplain at the Collingwood hospital for ten years retiring in 2016. He was gifted at listening and showing care and compassion.

He leaves behind his wife of fifty years Nancy and his three children Matthew (Sara) Loveless, Pamela Loveless (Derek) and Kari Loveless-Razo (Mike). He was the beloved Papa to his eight grandchildren Michaela, Paige, Jacob, Nadia, Faith, Eliza, Leah and Shiloh. They have memories of motorcycle rides, fishing, hiking, bonfires in the ravine and his Papa jokes and how he always played the piano for them on their birthdays.Bruce is also survived by his sister Muriel and brothers Morley and Harvey. He was loved by many nieces and nephews.

It has been so beautiful to hear the stories of how Bruce touched the lives of so many people. He was so proud of his family and was the best husband, dad and Papa we could have had. We are thankful for the legacy he has left for us. He left nothing undone, spending his last days encouraging his children and grandchildren and loving and comforting his wife.

Bruce always finished what he started. Our whole family has evidence in our homes of projects he completed. He was a man of his word and could be counted on to carry out his promises. Well done Bruce. Enjoy your eternal reward. We will continue to carry you in our hearts until we meet again.

Cremation has taken place and a memorial service and burial will take place at a future date.
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Cremation has taken place and a memorial service and burial will take place at a future date.

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Faith Feingold

Posted at 06:35pm
Dear Pamela, my heartfelt prayers and thoughts are with you, Nadia, Faith Anna, Derek and your family. Much love Faith

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Malcolm & Joy Wright & Leanne Davis

Posted at 11:29am
In loving memory of our brother in law & dear Uncle . We honour him. Malcolm & Joy Wright & Leanne Davis & family

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Deborah haight

Posted at 07:55am
I'm sorry to hear of the passing of Bruce. I worked with him at the Collingwood hospital and we would have great discussions about life and death and faith. These discussions led to me picking Bruce to be the pastor at my son Justin's funeral in September, 2018.He was very kind and wise and helped guide me through a very difficult time. I'm sorry for your loss as a family.
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Desiree Torrie

Posted at 10:17pm
Dear Nancy and family,
"The LORD cares deeply when his loved ones die." Psalm 116:15. It is touching that God cares so much about this. No wonder we all grieve when we are separated from our loved ones, until we too will join them in heaven. We so enjoyed getting to know Bruce and Nancy at the Town of the Blue Mountains church. The worship times were precious with Bruce on the keyboard and Lily singing and the sermons were Holy Spirit led and meaningful. I still remember some of the messages and quote them to this day.

We appreciate all you did for us at the church and admire you and your family. We had a chance to meet Kari and Mike and the kids at the church in Scarborough a few years ago and so enjoyed their leading worship too. We send our blessings and love from Desiree and Norm
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