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Bruce Field

Bruce David Field was born on July 25th, 1947 in Detroit Michigan to Rex and Dorothy Field. Bruce grew up at Fish Lake near Holly Michigan. Bruce enjoyed several outdoor adventures at the lake with his brother Steven and his cousins in his youth. Bruce loved to drive fast, his first car was a Pontiac GTO convertible. Two weeks before leaving for service in Vietnam Bruce discussed buying a Corvette with his father. Rex reminded him he was deploying soon, and Bruce reminded him he might not come back. Bruce bought a fuel injected Sting Ray before his departure. Bruce’s love of Corvettes as well as fast, extravagant, and beautiful cars permeated his life until the day he died. Bruce played baseball for Holly High School; from which he graduated in 1965. After graduating he joined the U.S. Army at the age of 17, becoming a paratrooper with the 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team. Graduating from Jump school and serving as a paratrooper was one of the defining and proudest experiences of Bruce’s life. Soon after graduating from jump school, Bruce was deployed to Vietnam. Bruce kept many of his experiences in the war close to the vest, he was the epitome of a professional soldier and paratrooper. Before his death Bruce expressed to his daughter Kaylan, that his experiences in Vietnam were overpoweringly difficult, that he lost many friends, and had since felt closest in friendship with other veterans. Bruce returned from the war in 1968 and began his career as a test driver with General Motors. Bruce was instrumental in erecting the Purple Heart Veteran’s memorial in Holly. Bruce is survived by his sister Cathy Field, girlfriend Tina, daughter Kaylan Field, nephews Justin (Kiyomi), Joseph (Heather & Aurora), Brandon Bawden, and dear friend Jill. Bruce was preceded in death by his Brother Steven Field, Father and Mother Rex and Dorothy Field, Son Adam Field, Uncles Fred Sheldon and David Field, and Aunts Marie Voorhees Field and June Hoy Field. Funeral services will be held on Sunday, February 4, 12noon at Temrowski Family Funeral Home, 500 Main St., Fenton. Friends may visit on Sunday beginning at 10am until the time of service. Fr. David Harvey officiating. Donations may be made to Purple Heart.

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Posted: Thu, February 01, 2018

Bruce will be missed by many. His quiet soul and subtle humor were amazing. My prayers are with Tina and the rest of the family as they begin their healing journey.

~Jeannie Nelson Lewis    

Rest In Peace Bruce. You will be missed by many. Prayers and hugs to Tina and your family as they heal.

~Judy Swartz Blakemore    

I am so sorry to hear of Bruce's passing. My prayers are for the family. God Bless

~Margaret Withorn    

So sorry to hear of Bruce's passing, Tina. He was kind hearted and a lot of fun. Now he can rest in peace.

~Dan & Sandy Liskiewicz    

RIP Bruce

~Jim Hansen    

Will miss you buddy

~Joe Helias    

I will miss you old friend. I hope there is a Corvette with your name on it in Heaven. RIP

~Lynn Smith    

Bruce, it's your time to move on but you will be missed. I'm sure you're already looking forward to the next "Goods Deal". You'll be missed.

~Andy Lang    

R.I.P. Bruce. It was fun growing up at Fish Lake with you and Steve. I hope they have the quarter mile marked off for you in heaven.

~Beth MacDonald    

Bruce, your passing came as a total shock and news to us since two days ago. I wish we would have known. Not only to support you, but also to be there for your daughter and your sister. I struggle with the situation. I wish I would have seen you, I never thought you struggled with health. Comforting though is to know you are now without pain and without illness. I know you are in your Corvette testing that grip and torque.... I will miss You, Miss our conversations and our shared passion for Corvette. We will be with you in thought this coming Sun.With Love Maria&Jim


Bruce was like a favorite uncle growing up.I could go on & on, but I will miss him a lot.


Very Sad News. A total car guy, Corvette enthusiast, a long time friend and the straightest arrow in the bunch. You will be missed.

~Daryl Rogers    

Sending condolences. Very sorry for your loss .

~Judy Kerr    

RIP Bruce I know God will appreciate getting a really good worker on his staff.

~Joan Basil    

Will miss you my friend, I remember those fast trips down Milford rd in your GTO in our senior year at holly and your corvette just before you went to Nam. God Bless you and RIP

~Dick Perry    

We are so sad to hear of his passing. A fellow Viet Nam Vet, and fellow street rodder, he will be missed.I only wish I could have known him longer. Our condolences to Tina and his family. Otto&Susie

~Otto Korber    

Great supervisor and friend. I will never forget your financial advice. RIP

~Sherry Heidlebaugh    

Sorry to learn of Bruce's passing. Bruce broke me in as a Test Driver at GMPG. I remember thinking he was the kind of person I wish I had met, and known all my life. RIP my friend... Rest in Peace.

~Jim Evers    

Sorry to learn of Bruce's passing. Bruce broke me in as a Test Driver at GMPG. I remember thinking he was the kind of person I wish I had met earlier, and known all my life. RIP my friend... Rest in Peace.

~Jim Evers    

Tina, so sorry about Bruce. Just read in Times

~Fran Guiles    

Dear Family:     I wanted to convey my sincere regret for your recent loss.  In the difficult days ahead I hope you will find comfort in happy memories. Revelation 21:4 says that soon 'death will be no more, neither will mourning, nor outcry nor pain be any more'.  We have the promise of seeing our loved ones again in a world with no more suffering.   You are in my thoughts and prayers.  For more comforting information go to www.jw.org



You were a fine gentleman Bruce and a pleasure to know you. Mrs. John Keck

~Mrs. John Keck    




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