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Bruce Addison

February 6, 2024

Bruce Addison Obituary

Bruce Addison of Woburn passed away on February 6th 2024. The son of Bruce and Louise (Barrows) Addison, Bruce was raised in Somerville graduating from Somerville High School then serving in the Army stationed in Fairbanks Alaska.  After his discharge, he attended East Coast Aero Technical School and worked for many years as a mechanic for TWA.   Bruce married Gloria (Gunnerson) and the two settled down to raise their two children Kim and Bruce Wayne in Hull and Burlington MA.  
They shared many loving years of marriage and numerous travel adventures until Gloria’s passing. Bruce loved working at the airport during air travel’s golden age.  Las Vegas was his favorite destination and in his spare time he liked to play cards and was an avid sports fan.  He and Gloria organized many TWA reunion parties. He enjoyed his final years at Benchmark Senior Living and loved living a life of leisure and looked forward to holding court and telling stories during daily happy hour.
Bruce is survived by his daughter Kim Addison of Malden. Bruce was predeceased by his wife Gloria Addison, his son Bruce Wayne Addison, and Kim's long-time partner Stephen LaFrance.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Angel Flight: https://www.angelflightne.org/give-free-medical-transport/
A celebration of life will be held on Wednesday, February 14th at 10:30 at Weir Funeral Home 144 Salem St Malden MA.

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Celebration of Life
Wednesday
February 14, 2024

10:30 AM
Weir Mac Cuish Family Funeral Home
144 Salem Street
Malden, MA 02148

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