June 27, 2013
Bruce David Eades passed away on Saturday June 16, 2012 in Occoquan,VA. He was 60.
Bruce was born in Munich, Germany on December 8, 1951 to the late William Boss and Priscilla Emerson Eades. He
graduated from Terra Linda High School, received his Bachelor's degree from San Francisco State University, and recently completed his
MBA. After Serving in the Navy, Bruce continued his service to our country with a long and distinguished career as a Contracting
Officer for several branches of our armed forces, most recently the US Coast Guard.
He will be remembered by everyone who has ever had the honor to have met him, for his unyielding integrity, his friendly, warm and
open domineer, his ability to impart wisdom effortlessly and freely,and his inspirational optimism and constant appreciation for all of
his many blessings in life. He will be remembered for his romantic, resourceful, personality, and quick humor and smile that was never
cruel, and as a man who always spoke to our best selves. above all else, Bruce will be remembered for the amazing amount
of love and pride that he felt for his family, which he let be known at every opportunity though his words and actions.
Bruce is survived by his wife and best friend, Meredith; his three children, whom he regarded as his greatest accomplishments,
Alexandra (Benjamin) Kauffman, Rebecka (Andrew) Custred, and Benjamin Eades, as well as two grandchildren, Phineas Kauffman
and Gratia Custred. He is also survived by five brothers and many nieces, nephews and extended family.
There will be no service per his request. Memorial donations may be made in his name to the Disabled American Veterans or the
National Military Family Association.
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