Bruce Ross

    • RCE Badge circa 1939-45

    We regret to advise of the death of Bruce Ross in Toronto on 20 November 2000. 

    Bruce was a WW II veteran serving with the Royal Canadian Engineers in the 16th Field Company in Southern England. He was subsequently posted to the 18th Field Company as the Second-in-Command prior to D-Day.  Bruce landed on Juno Beach on D-Day/ H-Hr.

    After the war, Bruce was a mining manager in Northern Canada.  Later he worked for the Black Brothers in Toronto.  He was a Lieutenant Governor mining appointee to the Council of the Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario for a number of years and in 1984 became its President.  In 1987 he was made Companion of the Order of Honour for the APEO, the highest distinction reserved exclusively for individuals whose distinguished service has profoundly influenced the profession. {gdSep2016kh}