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Harvey Bruneau

Harvey Arthur Bruneau (Bruneau)

Tuesday, August 5th, 1930 - Thursday, July 2nd, 2020
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Obituary

Harvey Arthur Bruneau 89, passed away at Bennington Health and Rehab on Thursday July 2, 2020.

Born in Winooski, VT on August 5, 1930, he was the son of Arthur and Anna Bruneau.

Harvey worked at H.E. Bradford and Co. for many years. A job he was very proud of and really enjoyed. He also worked at K and H Corrugated Case Corp.

Harvey enjoyed fishing and camping with his family. He was proud of the fact he taught himself to play the accordion.

Later in life, Harvey spent much of his time at Bennington Project Independence. He considered everyone there his second family. On occasion, he would play his accordion. He enjoyed singing, dancing, and playing cards with his friends.

Harvey was a kind man and made everyone smile. He had no biological children, but sponsored many children through Child Fund for several years.

Harvey was predeceased in death by his older brother, Albert. He leaves behind a close friend Linda Morris, who adopted his cat, Tiger; several nieces, nephews and cousins. As well as his Aunt Thelma and Rolande.

Due to Covid-19, there will be no calling hours.

Guestbook condolences may be made at www.maharandsonfuneralhome.net
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Service Details

  • Interment

    Saturday, July 11th, 2020 |
    When
    Saturday, July 11th, 2020
    Location
    Park Lawn Cemetery
    Address
    South Street
    Bennington, Vermont 05201
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April Anne

Posted at 09:27pm
Harvey was a great guy. He was an accomplished accordian player. For someone who never had a lesson, he had an amazing talent for fine tuning any song he fancied. His fishing! Boy did Harvey love to fish. I regret losing contact with Harvey due to my move to Massachusetts, but I will say he is one true, caring, loyal soul that will be greatly missed here on earth. I am sure he is singing away in the heavens with his shuffling dance he is known for. Rest easy Harvey!!
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Rebekah Bruneau

Posted at 08:29am
I’m so sorry to hear the passing of Uncle Harvey. He will be remembered as a kind, gentle, thoughtful, and loving man. After his stroke he was limited of what he could do, which was difficult. I’m glad we were able to visit him a few years ago when we were in VT. My husband often shares fishing trip memories that Uncle Harvey took him on. He will forever cherish these special memories. Uncle Harvey will never be forgotten. Rest in Peace.
Love,
Bekah, Albert, Brodie & Briana Bruneau
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