Bruce Stayzer

Bruce Stanley Stayzer

Tuesday, March 12th, 1935 - Saturday, July 4th, 2020
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Stayzer, Bruce Stanley

Peacefully at home with his loving family by his side on Saturday, July 4, 2020 in his 86th year.
Loving husband of Louise (Davis) for 63 years. Dear dad to Karen McIntee and Janet Zwierschke (Robert). Best friend and father-in-law to Mike McIntee. Papa to Courtney (Ian), Ryan and Holli.
Survived by his sister Glenna Miller (the late Ralph) and sister-in-law Carol Stayzer.
Predeceased by his parents Basil and Jessie Stayzer, sister Verna Freeman (Ed) and brother Roy.

Bruce was employed at Haun Drop Forge for 47 years. He was a lifetime Volunteer Firefighter at Pelham Station #1, a member of the Dufferin Masonic Lodge in Wellandport and treasurer of Fonthill Firefighters Association and Pelham Minor Hockey for many years. Bruce was also a faithful member of the Fonthill United Church.

Bruce led an active life, if he wasn't playing he was coaching hockey and baseball. He was a scout master for many years in Fonthill. Bruce loved the outdoors fishing, golfing, car racing and his gardens. Later he became the biggest fan and coach of his grandchildren.

Special thanks for the visits and excellent care from the palliative care team Colleen,Trina, Joslin and Dr. Dooler.

The family will gather for a private graveside service at Fonthill Cemetery. A public celebration of life will be announced at a later date once it is safe to gather again.

If so desired donations to Hospice Niagara, Fonthill United Church or a charity of one's choice would be appreciated.
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Dan Morrone

Posted at 09:15am
My deepest condolences to the Stayzer family. Bruce was a great friend, co-worker and mentor at Haun Drop Forge. He and the gang were very helpful in building my career experience to work in this industry and have many fond memories! Bruce had lots of spunk and great penmanship as well lol. Always a gentleman....last meeting we had was at Tim Horton's by chance. He looked great!
Miss you Bruce, Dan and Mary Morrone.

Sheila Arthur

Posted at 12:04pm
So sorry to hear of your loss Louise...It is so awful to be the survivor and I feel your hurt. Keep strong.
From Sheila (Saunders, Leggett) Arthur

Lynn Tanguay

Posted at 01:17pm
Sincere condolences to the Stayzer family. I previously worked with Bruce at Haun Drop Forge. Bruce was always a helpful and kindhearted man and I enjoyed working with him.
Lynn Tanguay

Posted at 12:35pm
Our sincere condolences to the Stayzer family . We met Bruce many years ago when we moved to Fonthill. Bruce impressed us with his personal dedication to the youth of Fonthill and his friendly manner. He was a fine gentleman.
Jane and Gord Jackson

George Ron Hubbard

Posted at 11:55am
Hi Louis ad family so sorry to hear of Bruce's passing we had some great times at Lodge meetings and also when we met at your church many times .Blessing to you and all the family .Ron Hubbard. Fonthill.

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