Reginald "Bruce" Gould

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GOULD; Reginald “Bruce” ~  Born August 24, 1925 in Toronto, ON and died peacefully at the Centennial Place LTC, Millbrook on Monday, August 16, 2021 at the age of 95.  Bruce Gould lived most of his adult life in Schomberg, ON where he and his wife Dorothy proudly built their home.  Dorothy Mae Gould (nee Cuthbertson) predeceased Bruce on April 20, 1999.  He was the only child of Monty (May 14, 1989) and Gertrude (Dec. 13, 1970)   Bruce will be missed by his brother in laws Harold Prentice (Leigh) and Bill Prentice (Cheryl) along with their families.  Also predeceased by brother in law Ron Cuthbertson (Jan. 23, 2012) and his wife Helen (Aug. 18, 1979) who’s family will also miss him.  Special thanks for the care and attention of the staff at Centennial Place LTC in Millbrook.




Service Information

At Bruce’s request there will be no funeral service. In memory of Bruce, donations to a Charity of Your Choice would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to the Fallis & Shields Funeral Home, Millbrook. Online donations and or condolences may be made at www.fallis-shields.com.

Condolences

I'm so sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure of meeting Bruce at Empire Crossing in Port Hope. Bruce was a quiet, proud man, with a great sense of humor. I really enjoyed talking to him and helping him, as much as he would accept. I will remember him fondly.

Darlena


Uncle Bruce lived life on his terms. I never really knew him to travel but was a very worldly man and could keep up in any conversation. As a kid I would love to go to his large estate and look for "puffballs". He live a long and good life.

Steve Cuthbertson


Uncle Bruce was a man of much knowledge. Spent many summers at there home in Schomberg, always came home with a new hairdo and outfit. Watching hockey games with him every Boxing day. He will be missed, Love you Uncle Bruce.

Alison Kleinsteuber (nee Cuthbertson)


To know Bruce was to witness a life of dedication - to Dorothy, to his beliefs and to his convictions. Always comfortable to be around, the true definition of a gentleman. It was a privilege to be part of his family. RIP.

Davif Jones


To know Bruce was to witness a life of dedication - to Dorothy, to his beliefs and to his convictions. Always comfortable to be around, the true definition of a gentleman. It was a privilege to be part of his family. RIP.

David Jones