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Bruce, Wisconsin Funeral Homes
125 Arthur Avenue W
Bruce, Wisconsin 54819
(715) 868-4155
Bruce, Wisconsin Obituaries and News
Bruce W. Wilson February 25, 2017

In 2003, Bruce established the Wilson Law Office in Madison where he practiced until his death. He was a member of the Wisconsin Bar Association, former Green County Board Supervisor, long-time Cruise Director of the Dinner Club, and a Tai-Kwan-Do black belt. (Channel 3000)

Marlene Johnson February 24, 2017

Heaven was having a little extra fun Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017, when Marlene Johnson of Wisconsin Dells entered the gates ... Marlene is survived by her children, Charlotte (Kevin) Eggers, Bruce (Nola), Ken (Teresa), Wanda (Kurt) Belshaw, Randy and Josh ... (WisNews)

Margaret Hartman February 23, 2017

Margaret is survived by her children, Steve (Sandy) Fronce and Dave Fronce, both of Napoleon, Ohio, Linda Fronce (Marvin Drummond) of Walworth, Wisconsin ... Ernsberger, Debra (Bruce) Magill, Betsy (Frank) Cuff, Rhonda (Daniel) McKnight and Becky (Allen ... (The Cresent News)

Burt Cable February 21, 2017

He was born Oct. 18, 1951, in Crandon, Wisconsin, the son of Merle and Betty (Weber ... Ginger, Brooke, Bill and Bruce. Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, in Morton and Johnston Funeral Home in Benton, with the Rev. Mark Minor officiating. (The Southern)

Marianne K. Kustes February 21, 2017

Bruce (Carol) Kustes; her loving daughter, Katy (Kacey) Kustes-Barnhart; and grandchildren, Andreaz and Adoniz Barnhart. Online remembrances and condolences may be expressed to the family by visiting Marianne‘s obituary at (Quad-Cities Times)

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Funeral Home Reviews
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
My family and I just want to say thank you again for your compassion during this difficult time in our lives. As an African American family we were very happy with the professionalism and caring attitude that was showed to us by Piece of Mind Funeral & Cremation Services. The pricing was affordable and well within budget. My sister looked so peaceful and she did not have excessive makeup on. By far they are the best in the Milwaukee, WI area. Hands down better than Golden Gate Funeral Home, Leon Williamson Funeral Home and any other funeral home service facility!!! Thank you again for all of your guidance with the final arrangements. Just very pleased with how everything came together. -Gloria & Family

Athens, Wisconsin
We wish our deepest sympathies to Jerry & family-I was best man for their wedding & he & I grew up together, attending grade & high schools together. God Bless! Del & June Jerome

Mazomanie, Wisconsin
they refused to do the wishes of mr Wilkinson on his death,they let a distant relative threaten them as the service was to be with his special ,friends and a few neighbors notified. also they lied to us about receving a death certificate and the cremation order from dane co reg of deeds as to when they were sent. I and my family will take every opportunity to tell what the director did and obviously will not recommend them for a family or non family member in the futual 10 people will repeat this experience to any one they talk to and on;y one may pass on a good remark I do not recommend this outfit for any service

South Milwaukee, Wisconsin
I attended an open casket viewing for a very close grandmother of mine at molthen bell funeral home. I and several very close relatives all agreed that the person in the casket did not even resemble her mother at all and to this day this daughter still does not feel she has closure. My understanding was that the funeral home had an intern that was doing the body preparation. I myself to this day say that the person in the casket the day of the funeral was not my grandmother. No resemblance whatsoever to any of the pictures posted. I do not recommend this funeral home to anyone.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin