Bruce Watermann Obituary, Death – On Tuesday, the life of Deacon Bruce Watermann was taken from us. I am telling you this news with a heavy heart because I know how it will affect you. Because it has caused me to have a sad heart, I feel compelled to write to you in order to pass on the information because it has been passed on to me. I say this with a very heavy heart, but it is something that needs to be said. I apologize for the inconvenience.
Even though it is practically impossible for me to even begin to recount all of the things he done and the people he assisted who benefited from his labor, the Catholic community will grievously miss him when he is gone. Even though it is practically impossible for me to even begin to recount all of the things he done and the people he assisted who benefited from his labor. He was a man who had a great deal of compassion and was dedicated to service.
In spite of this fact, there will be a sizeable hole left in the Catholic community as a result of his absence. On Friday, February 3, commencing at three in the afternoon and lasting until seven in the evening, his wake will be held at St. Joseph Parish. The event will begin at three and continue until seven. It will be in his honor that the service is carried out. The celebration will begin at three in the afternoon and continue until seven o’clock in the evening. The gathering is scheduled to take place on Saturday, in the afternoon, at 2:00 o’clock, more specifically in the afternoon hours.