n0t really, but entering a new phase ~ and it occurs to me that no
entries have been made since last year. Time to change that. In the mean
time ~ here's an image posted by robyn phelan on her blog Looking with Soft Eyes
Born in Chicago, raised in Miami Oklahoma and Memphis
Tennessee. He spent time in Seattle area, Mexico City and New York City.
Bruce came to visit East Haddam in the early 1970s, fell in
love with the town, moved here and never looked back.
Since the 1990s Bruce worked as an occupational rehab
therapist with seniors, first at the East Haddam Senior Center, then to Salvation
Army, the Day Club and, most recently at Chestelm Rehab Center in Moodus
Much loved by family and friends, son of the late Roger and
Lynn Pfau, he is survived by those many friends as well as his spouse and
partner Will Brady, his sister Susan Pier, his brother Thomas Pfau, nephews
John Pier and Steven Pfau, nieces Pamela Stransky and Adrienne Frasie.
He also did stints as a dealer of fine arts and antiques, a
writer and raconteur and a US Army Veteran
He didn’t want a funeral.
In lieu of flowers donations in
his name can be made to: