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George Carlton Bruch

July 29, 1958 ~ July 24, 2020 (age 61)

Obituary

George Carlton Bruch 61, of Florissant, CO, passed away peacefully in his sleep in the early morning of July 24, 2020 at his home.

George was born in Los Angeles, California to Diane Claire Peal Bruch and George Harvey Bruch on July 29, 1958.  He would have turned 62 on July 29th. 

George was married to Linda Lee (Smith) Bruch for the first time on March 14,1981 in Bremerton Washington and the second time on May 31,2019 In Cripple Creek..  He was also married to Diane Bruch and had a long time Lady Debra Curtis with whom he had four children: Stephanie, Cristy, Matthew and Kiven Bruch,. He also has a daughter Melissa Curtis, and with Linda a daughter Leslie Rose Bruch Turner.

George had BA in Metaphysics and was captured by Formulas.  He started working at the age of 15 as a valve repair man and went on to become a Machinist and Certified Welder. He opened his own business in 2001 and contracted for power plants across the United States, but mostly in Colorado at Martin Drake Power Plant.  George retired in 2008.  

He is survived by his wife Linda of Florissant, his father George of Tucson AZ, his daughters Cristy  of CA and Melissa of AZ, and sons Matthew and Kiven of Washington State, his brothers Michael Bruch and Roy Jr. Raines, two aunties Char and Patty, and many many cousins.

George is preceded in death by his mother Diane Claire Peal Raines, two daughters Stephanie Michelle Bruch And Leslie Rose Turner and his brothers Phillip Craig Bruch and Jeffery Raines..

His favorite Bookstore The Holy Bible and The Shack.

George's Memorial Service is yet to be scheduled because we're waiting for confirmation from his favorite Pastor.

The information about his service will be posted here as well as at the Divide Market, City Market and Florissant and Divide post Offices.

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