Bruce R. Pfeiffer
September 6, 2018
November 9, 1924 – September 1, 2018
Bruce Pfeiffer (call sign N7CPP) of Carson City passed away peacefully September 1, 2018 at Whispering Heights Residence Home. Bruce was born in Harrison, Nebraska, joining the navy
during World War II. During the war Bruce served as Radioman First Class on the USS Caliente. Following his discharge he settled in Oakland, California, where he met his wife Ruth Sue Olds. While in California Bruce worked for California State Automobile Association in Oakland and then owned one of the first of its kind “Instant Printing” company in San Francisco. Following
retirement Bruce and Sue moved to Carson City. While in Carson Bruce was active in Amateur Radio club, St Paul’s Lutheran Church, the Carson Tahoe Auxiliary and the Carson Tahoe
Volunteers (driving the bus). Bruce was always the first to volunteer to help with a needy cause or fellow man. (if he didn’t volunteer, his wife Sue would do it for him)
Bruce was preceded in death by his wife Sue in 2004 and his only daughter Pam. He is survived by his son Michael and two grandchildren.
The last few years Bruce has been lovingly and respectfully cared for at Whispering Heights Assisted Living by Fredric Davidson and Naima Velasquez and other staff. He was deeply
grateful for their support.
Bruce continues to give of himself as he has donated his body to the University of Nevada Medical School.
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