Bob Bruns Death, Obituary – As of today, Bob Bruns, a dear friend and experienced track operator for many years, has passed away. Because he passed away today, we are delivering the news to everyone with a heavy heart that he has passed away. We are sorry for the loss you have suffered. Bob was not only one of the earliest track operators in this region of Northwest Indiana in 1999 when some of my friends and we traveled there to investigate the possibility of establishing a motocross track, but he was also the only one who would even talk to me about the possibility of doing so. This was the case when Bob was the only one who would even talk to me about the possibility of doing so.
He was there to offer words of encouragement, direction, and entertainment when it was his turn to talk on the phone and no one else picked up when it was their turn. He was there to offer words of encouragement and direction, as well as to provide some humor. Because my child spends almost every other weekend in Dayton with the other children there, they have established a great familiarity with Bob. This is because my child spends almost every other weekend there (including Josh Smith, Chris Ransomer, Brandon, and other children whose names we have forgotten but who somehow managed to take over my house on “our” weekends).
It would seem from this that he still has some warm and fuzzy feelings about Bob… During the time that Cam was a patient at that facility, we were never given any evidence that would have led us to believe that he was not receiving safe treatment. As a result, we never had any reason to question whether or not he was. People like Bob and Anna have devoted a significant portion of their careers, if not their whole lives, to the cause of acting as role models for younger BMX riders…. In addition to the lives of a great number of other persons, his influence extended to the lives of a large number of other people.
May he rest in peace, and may the amazing impact he had on the lives of as many people as possible continue to have a positive effect on the lives of others long after he is gone. May the good that he did in this world always be remembered in his honor. Please say a prayer for his wife, Anna, as she deals with the loss of the person she has loved and been with for the entirety of her adult life. He was the guy she had been with the entire time. He was the one and only person whom she wanted to spend the rest of her life with. RIP Bob… This is such a beautiful example of how the human race may be represented…