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On Saturday BruceS lost his battle with colon cancer.

I'm very sad at the moment so I couldn't write much now.

RIP Bruce, I will miss you my good friend...

Andreas

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BruceS will be deeply missed. He was an active member of the Waymarking Community since 2006.

 

We express our sincere condolences to his family and friends. 

 

Bruce Edward Seeling

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Oh no.  I’m so sorry. A sad thing for our Waymarking community. He will be missed. 

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So sorry to hear this.  I'm fortunate to have met him in person a couple of times.  A very gracious, energetic person.  Thanks for letting the Community know.

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Bruce was one of the first people who taught me to waymark - both to post and review.  It always put a smile to be able to post a visit to one of his many waymarks scattered throughout the midwest - especially on the east side of Missouri.  He will be deeply missed and the deepest condolences to his family.

 

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That's a big bad news.
I didn't know him personally, but even at a distance I felt he was the right guy.

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Bruce's name will live forever in the Waymarking community, as he has posted & approved, so many waymarks Globally, including many Waymarks posted & visited in Wales.

I have always appreciated & respected his guidance,  I offer my condolences to his family & friends. 

This is a link to one of Bruce's Waymarks :   www.Waymarking.com/waymarks/WMA7QE_Llywelyn_ap_Gruffydd_Fychan_of_Caeo_Llandovery_Carmarthenshire_Wales  

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Prayers and condolences to the family of a good and kind soul. Great friend of Waymarking. The community of waymarkers has lost a great advocate for the game. RIP Bruce.

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Bruce will be dearly missed.  He was such a guiding force in Waymarking and a true inspiration to me in many ways.  I met him back in 2008 when he was in Jacksonville, Florida, on business, and he reached out to see if we could meet while he was in town.  Here's a post from my Waymarking blog about our meeting:  http://wackyforwaymarking.blogspot.com/2008/08/bruces-comes-to-jacksonville-wednesday.html .  My thoughts and prayers are with his family.  Sandy

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I am so shaken by this news. Bruce was a great person and friend. I wish to extend my deepest condolences to his family and friends. He was a guiding personality for Waymarking and Geocaching who always acted kindly and with the vision to improve our hobbies. He will be greatly missed.

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I hope someone can post a Grave of a Famous Person waymark for him.

(I didn't know him well enough to know if he'd approve, I'm making an assumption)

 

Or if not that, then something!

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My wife is a colon cancer survivor, so this really hit close to home.  

 

As others have all ready said, I considered Bruce a mentor.  I have visited most of his waymarks in Galveston.

 

 

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So sad, please accept my deepest condolences. I only "knew" Bruce through a few messages and in those few he was always an encourager. He will be missed by our little community.

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So sad to learn of his passing.  I've been Waymarking about as long as he had and knew that he put in so much effort into wm. 

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I just saw this very sad news.  Bruce was always so helpful to me when I had questions. He will be missed.  My condolences to his family. 

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This is very sad news. Bruce was always a big name in Waymarking,  we looked up to him as a mentor and friend. Bruce made a trip to New Zealand and left some waymarks in the South Island,  many of which we have already visited.  These places will have a very special memory for us now, and Bruce's name will always live on through the waymarks he created in our little corner of the world.  Haere ra Bruce, we will miss you.

 

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Have never met Bruce personally but many interactions through the years as a Waymarker. You will be missed Bruce. Our prayers and condolences to your family.

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I don't visit the forums that often,  but BruceS was an iconic name to me.  He will be missed for sure.

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I do not visit the forum often. I was shocked to read this. I corresponded with Bruce many times over Waymarking issues large and small. He was a great man, always helpful. He is missed.

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Sad to see this.  He was very helpful to me.

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