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Bruce Schuller

Bruce Schuller

Tuesday, December 24, 1946 - Sunday, February 28, 2021
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Obituary

Bruce Schuller, age 74, of Boone, Iowa passed away on February 28th, 2021 in Cape Girardeau, MO.

He was born December 24, 1946 in West Bend, Iowa, son of Vincent Patrick and Mae (Zaugg) Schuller. He and Wanda Johnson were united in marriage on March 1, 1969.

Bruce worked as the business owner of Best Equipment Sales after retiring from farming. He also worked for Iowa State University at the Veterinary Diagnostic Lab. Bruce served his country proudly as a Specialist 4 for the United States Army. Bruce was a proud member of the American Legion Post 0345 and was a member of the American Legion Riders motorcycle association Iowa chapter 37. One of Bruce’s favorite things was being a member of the Patriot Guard. He loved to ride his Gold Wing motorcycle with all the other veterans, and to give fellow veterans a proper and respectful send off.

He is survived by his wife Wanda Schuller of Boone, Iowa, one son Troy (Rhonda) Schuller of Evergreen, Colorado, two daughters Gina Schuller of Des Moines, Iowa, and Wendy (Cole) Johnson of Cuba City, Wisconsin, two grandchildren, Parker and Johanna Johnson; one sister (and brother in law) Cheree (Connie) McKinny of Van Buren, Arkansas, one brother in law, Lyle Larson of Mallard, Iowa, and one brother, Curtis, of California. He is also survived by his patriot guard and riding buddies Arlo and Roger.

He was preceded in death by his parents and one sister, Becky Larson who passed recently in October.

Liley Funeral Homes in Marble Hill, MO, was in charge of the arrangements.
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Wendy Stensland

Posted at 10:48am
I worked with Bruce at the ISU VDL. He always had a smile and loved to laugh. One of my most recent memories of him was at a funeral for a veteran. Seeing him pay homage to a departed veteran, and how much he cared about that duty, still brings tears to my eyes. A true patriot. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family, as I know his death will leave a giant hole in their lives.
TW

Travis Watkins

Posted at 10:16am
Bruce was my boss when he hired me in 2016 for ISU VDL. Not to long after he retired. He was truly a Great boss and even more an Exceptional human being. I am ever so great full to him for his generosity and guidance. Quite the jokester and strong in his beliefs. Life will surely not be as fulfilling without him but I’m definitely blessed to of known him. Thoughts, prayers, and my heart goes out to his family.
JH

Jennifer Holdredge

Posted at 09:48am
Bruce and I worked together at the ISU VDL. We are all deeply saddened by his passing. Not only was Bruce one heck of a guy, he kept us fed and brightened our days with his laughter and smile. A softer hearted person I'm not sure I will ever know. Keeping you, Wanda, and Bruce's children and grandchildren in our thoughts. Praying for peace for each of you in the days ahead.

I will miss you my friend.

~ Jennifer Holdredge
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