Bruce: You where a Good Guy and a Great Boss you will be sadly
Missed by My self as well as all of your co workers
WEBSTERó Bruce J. Smick, 44, of 27 Point Pleasant Ave., died
suddenly at his place of work on Tuesday, Sept. 20th.
He leaves his father, Stanley J. Smick and his companion Cher Edds of Southbridge; a sister, Lisa M. Smick of Leicester; a nephew Kyle; a niece, Shayna; his friend and mentor, Duddie Massad; close friends and business associates, Cindy Melikian and Michael Marcinkiewicz; aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends and employees who loved and respected him. He was born in Southbridge the son of the late Carol L. (St. Pierre) Smick. He was a graduate of Bay Path Regional High School.
Bruce was an entrepreneur at an early age, starting with his first business, New England Entertainment, and then creating Balloons Over New England, later branching out to create the largest amusement company in New England, Bruce Smick Amusements in Leicester. Bruce was a avid guitar player, playing in several bands, and also taught guitar. He enjoyed cars, motorcycle riding and flying and was in the process of obtaining his pilotís license.
A Memorial Mass to celebrate Bruceís life and his mother Carolís life will be held on Friday, Sept. 30th, at 10:00 a.m. in Sacred Heart Church, 16 East Main St., Webster. Burial will be in Sacred Heart Cemetery, Webster. There are no calling hours.
The Daniel T. Morrill Funeral Home, 130 Hamilton St., Southbridge is directing arrangements.