Bruno Karl Juerck

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BRUNO KARL JUERCK, of Redondo Beach , passed away on Saturday, May 3, 2003. He was born June 2, 1935 in Mecklenburg, Germany. He is survived by his devoted wife, Ilse (Ermer) Juerck, Mother, Elizabeth (Schoenbeck) Juerck of Germany, Daughters, Susan (Mrs. Ron) Frazier of Tustin, CA and Heidi (Mrs. Bob) Turbow of San Luis Obispo, CA, and his Brother, Harry Juerck of Germany. Also left to mourn his passing are his loving Grandchildren, Dylan and Emily Frazier and Alex and Jake Turbow. Memorial services will be celebrated Saturday, May 10, 2003 at 11:00 AM at WHITE & DAY COLONIAL CHAPEL, 901 W. Torrance Blvd. (at Prospect Ave), Redondo. CA, 90277. Private cremation and placement at sea.

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  1. We shared 30 + years. In all those years I never heard you raise your voice, you are a special soul. We shared a love for music, dancing and the outdoors (nature). I have so many pleasant thoughts and memories of our times together and places we visited. I will cherish them forever. You will forever live in our hearts. Goodbye until we meet again.

  2. What can someone say? There really aren\’t words to describe the loss we feel in our hearts. It\’s just not right and our world just isn\’t the same without Bruno in it. We were lucky to have him for 67 years but that is still not enough. Bruno was by far one of the most special, caring and easy-going people we have ever known. I will always be thankful for the time we spent together and most of all thankful that he was able to meet my son, Ryan. We feel so sad. We want it to not be true. Ilse, Susan and Heidi, it is unimaginable what your family has endured over the past 5 years. Please know that we love you, think and pray for everyone in your families and that we will always be here for you. You are family.

  3. Dear Mrs. Juerck and Family, Our thoughts are with you. We pray for you to be bathed in God\’s light to help heal the grief that comes when you lose someone loved so much. Cherish your memories and always remember what a gift your times with Bruno were. Celebrate his life on earth and rejoice for him as he now sits next to Christ, eternally God\’s Peace, Dave and Kelli


  5. Mrs. Jureck, Heidi and Susan — I send you my love and empathy. Mr. Jureck was so quietly proud of his family. I share such wonderful memories of the summer fun we all had together and of staying with and being part of your family. It\’s so strange…we grow older without a second thought and all the while in our hearts, our parents are immortal. It\’s so hard to believe that things could change. Mr. Juerck was such a lovely example of quiet strength, patience, and humor. Knowing Mr. Jureck was such a blessing through our lives. My love to you — Lis

  6. Mrs. Juerck, Heidi and Susan – I was so sorry to hear about Mr. Juerck\’s passing. Although I didn\’t know him well, I know what a beautiful, loving family he had. If it\’s true that “it\’s not what you take when you leave this world behind you, but what you leave behind you when you go,” Mr. Juerck was very successful indeed: two accomplished, happy daughters and a new generation of grandchildren, some with those beautiful blue Juerck eyes! I will be thinking of all of you on May 10th.

  7. Dear Susan & Ilse, I am very sorry to hear that Bruno passed away. I really enjoyed meeting him in Las Vegas and I wish that I had gotten to know him better. I will see you on Saturday. Kevin Haskins

  8. Dear Elsa, Susan and Heidi; I have known Bruno through Susan now for about 3 years. Everytime I saw your family together I smiled because of the love, warmth and caring I saw. Bruno clearly loves his family, and his passing is tragic. How lucky you all are to have a family that shares so much love for one another. I mean real, true, love. Bruno left too soon. I enjoyed his company on our many trips to Las Vegas, and at October Fest. I will miss his lighthearted and easy going personality. My deepest sympathy goes out to your entire family. You are all in my thoughts and have been since Bruno became sick. Bruno fought a good fight and will be missed so very much. Love, Dina and Family.

  9. Dear Mrs. Juerck, Heidi, Susan and family, My love and prayers are with you. I remember Mr. Juerck as a gentle and kind person who always smiled so beautifully with his eyes. I am here if you need anything. God Bless you. Love, Maureen and family

  10. Dear Family There are no physical words I can use to tell you what is in my heart. I have treasured all the wonderful memories that we have shared through the years. Our time with Bruno seems so short only we are blessed to have had him in our lives. I will especially remember your accordian playing days and our special hike up Bell Mountain in Sedona! Ilse and family I love you and am here for you.

  11. We want to express our deepest sympathy and support to all of you, especially Ilse, Heidi, and Susan, most deeply touched by Bruno\’s passing. We remember his smiling blue eyes, his love of soccer(!) and our lively discussions of the world of soccer whenever we would meet, his playful accordian playing with such wonderful german tunes at our b-day gatherings….and his helpful, cheerful, and quiet nature. We will miss his presence to our family! With our love & prayers, Claire, John, Paul Yzaguirre May 9, 2003

  12. Dear Mrs. Juerck, Heidi & Susan–When I heard the news of sweet Mr. Juerck\’s passing my heart was overwhelmed with sympathy and love for all of you. The memories of my childhood include going to Buena Vista with the Juerck family and having a blast! Mr. Juerck was so sweet and I will always remember his gentle spirit. I was scared to death to try water skiing and he just smiled with those amazing eyes and handsome face saying you can do it! I really couldn\’t…but he was very encouraging. I wish there was something I could do to make it easier but I know the only thing I have to offer are my prayers…you are an amazing family! Love, Heidi

  13. Dear Heidi, I was so deeply sorry to hear of your father\’s passing. When I talked to you in March I really got the feeling that he would be fine in spite of his serious health problems. I have been praying for you and your mom, and all of your family. I know how close you were to your wonderful dad, and how much he loved you. I did not know him well, but the few times I did speak with him I got such a warm, happy feeling from him. It was clear that he was thrilled to be your dad, and thrilled to have his wonderful grandchildren. I am especially concerned for your mom right now. She has been through so much. Please let her know she is in my prayers. I am sending her a card, but unfortunately I cannot find your address. I wrote it down in a “safe place”, somewhere in my address file. I\’m sorry. I would have sent a card sooner. I wish I could have been there for your dad\’s services. I\’m sure we\’ll talk soon regarding our reunion this summer, but please call anytime. I am thinking of you, and sending my love and sympathy to you, Bob and the kids. I just know how much you are missing your dad right now. You know the great thing? He hasn\’t really left. You might find that from here on out you feel his presence and love in ways you never imagined. God has a way of letting us know our loved ones still live, with Him. You will see your dad again. Love, Ann

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