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Bruce “Uncle Bruce” Greg Scruggs – August 6, 2019

Monday, August 19th, 2019

Bruce “Uncle Bruce” Greg Scruggs

Bruce “Uncle Bruce” Greg Scruggs, 64, passed away Tuesday morning, August 6, 2019 at his home in Westwood, California.

He was born March 25, 1955 to Guy and Lois (Hockaday) Scruggs in Yreka, California. He graduated from Happy Camp High School in 1973.

Growing up throughout the small towns of Northern California as his father traveled to build sawmills for SPI he developed the love for being outdoors hunting and fishing. After High School, Bruce settled in Hayfork following in his father’s footsteps in the timber industry. This is where he met his wife Carrie who also worked in the mill. After moving to Redding, CA they soon had two boys Nathan and Luke. Here he continued to work in the mill and was surrounded by childhood friends and enjoyed playing softball and basketball. Later in life he found himself out of the mills and onto the golf course as a greenskeeper and finally settled in Westwood, CA. Bruce never lost his love of the outdoors, fishing, searching for artifacts or just tinkering around the house. Most of all Uncle Bruce will be missed by his family and friends, remembered for his kind spirit, willingness to help anyone and his huge heart.

Bruce is survived by his son Nathan Guy Scruggs and his wife Lindsey of Mountain Home, ID; and granddaughter Sara. Spouse Carrie Jean Scruggs of Westwood, CA. Brother Thomas Scruggs and his wife Carla of Burney, CA and nephews Keith and Brad. He has joined his parents, Brother Richard, Sister Galen and Son Luke Aaron Scruggs in Heaven.


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