Bruce Andrew Harding

 

Bruce Andrew Harding

April 17, 1947 ~ September 10, 2022

Age 75

Bruce entered into rest on September 10, 2022, due to complications arising from Parkinson’s Disease. He was an incredible young athlete at Bellevue High School, and later at the University of Nebraska- Lincoln. He was an avid bass fisherman, lover of Road Runner cartoons, backyard gardener, and a sawdust-covered home improvement wizard.

Preceding him in death are his wife Carla Beardmore-Harding, father Robert Dale Harding, and brother Robert R. Harding.

Family who cherish his memory includes daughter Maria Harding, son Christian (Jami) Harding, mother Maxine Harding, sister Judy (Ken) Morris, grandchildren Chase, Tanner, Uri, Mila, William, Ava, Oliver and Jaxon, and a multitude of loving extended family members. He will be missed.

Visitation:  Thursday, September 22, 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. followed by a

Funeral Service at 10:30 a.m., both at the Bellevue Memorial Funeral Chapel.

To view video of the service, please click the link below:

https://boxcast.tv/view/bruce-harding-ki8zugevhzzvpogc9uth

Memorial donations may be directed to the Omaha Symphony or to Parkinson’s Nebraska.

 

 

3 Comments

  • Jude Unger Posted September 17, 2022 8:55 pm

    Maria,
    I am so sorry for the loss of your dear father. Abrazos, Judi Unger

  • Michael Beardmore Posted September 18, 2022 8:31 am

    I really enjoyed your Dad., Maria! I’m sorry for us that he is gone. Love and Prayers!!

  • Cathleen Young Posted September 22, 2022 6:17 pm

    Dear Family and Friends, I am sad that Bruce is gone. We had wonderful times together when we were young. Some of you were there for the same occasions, so you know how sweet Bruce was. Through and through. He loved to laugh, and that’s how I picture him. He was tender and he adored his children and grandchildren. He had a beautiful singing voice, and I wonder how many of us got to hear him sing “Maria” from West Side Story to his own Maria. Those were peak moments I’ll never forget. Farewell for now, dear heart.

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