Lord, Bruce Sheridan

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERASeptember 25, 1923 – June 14, 2013
at the age of 89 y ears

Bruce Sheridan Lord, a Flight Lieutenant with the RCAF 502 Ulster Squadron during WWII from 1942 to 1945, died peacefully in Salmon Arm, B.C., June 14th, 2013.

Born September 25, 1923 in Vancouver, B.C., he is survived by his wife Wilma Lord, daughter Janet Lord and son Garth Lord, brother Bill Lord, sister Mary Jean Younger as well as his grandchildren & great grandchildren.


  1. Thanks Ken
    I will pass this along to mom

  2. Dear Wilma, I would like to send my condolences to you and your family.
    I have many fond memories of working with Bruce at Jordans. He taught me so much about the flooring business. Always a gentleman and approached every thing with the highest level of professionalism possible. I have had many calls relating to Bruce’s passing, and everyone of them have said the same thing ” What A Great Man” and he was…
    Ken Reid

  3. Thank you so much. I will pass this along to mom today

    Garth Lord

  4. Dear Wilma

    This is Ted Beck, writing for my father, Dick. Dad dictated this message to me this afternoon.

    My condolences to Wilma and the family. I have many memories of being with Bruce, though my favourite involved us riding our bikes out to Steveston at age 11. We visited Bruce’s uncle who ran the Celtic Cannery, and we visited Grannie Darling. Grannie Darling always had layer cake for us.
    So many memories of being with Bruce, a great friend.

    I hope this message finds you all well.


    Dick Beck

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