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Bruce K. 'Opie' Monroe

April 02, 1963 - June 14, 2022
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Renee Peterson

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Renee Peterson

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Bruce K. 'Opie' Monroe

April 02, 1963 - June 14, 2022

Bruce K. 'Opie' Monroe - Beloved Father, Grandfather, Brother, Uncle, Nephew, Friend

Bruce Monroe of Roseville, Minnesota, lost his brave and courageous battle with cancer, is at peace, and is no longer in pain. He passed away in St. Paul on June 14, 2022.

Bruce was born in St. Paul, MN, on April 2, 1963, to Robert and Jacqueline Monroe. He attended Frank B. Kellogg High School and was a tradesman working in the floor laying business and also worked at O'Reilly Auto Parts. 

Bruce enjoyed being with family, golfing, riding his motorcycle, watching the Minnesota Wild Hockey and Vikings Football Teams and being with his beloved dog, Bear. 

He is survived by former wife Tracy Schoeberl; daughters Mercedes (Jacob) Diaz and Miranda Monroe; grandsons Jude, Elijah, and Caleb; granddaughter Hailey; brothers Robert and James (Christine); sisters Renee (John) Peterson and Cynthia (Robert) Wert; Uncles Carl (Margie) DiBucci, Laurence Monroe; Aunts Rochelle Cammisuli, Rosemary Jackson, Betty Jane Guevara; his beloved dog, Bear, and many nieces, nephews, and friends.  He was predeceased by his parents Robert and Jacqueline Monroe.

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tammy farley Although I’m here still processing that you’re gone, I know in my heart you’re in a much better place and pain free. You’ve taught us all to live life to the fullest no matter what cards you’re dealt. Stay positive and never give up. You fought a tough battle, and your memory will never be forgotten and you live through your beautiful daughters and your adorable grandkids. I will never forget the memories we have being younger and as adults. Rest in peace Bruce, you’re work here is done. Until we meet again, i miss you and always will. Love you always, Tammy (Monroe) Farley 💕
about 1 month ago

Steven Tatsak We found each other again for a reason. Bruce was a great friend and mentor to me at a time when life can be confusing. He taught me about cars, concerts and comradery; He really helped mold me. We lost touch when I joined the Navy and I was lucky to find him again last year. Bruce looked forward to our visits and I made it a point to return to MN all I could, just to hang. Thank you Bruce, for the memories, and sharing your battle this last year. It has been an honor to be your friend. Many songs, cars and jokes will trigger memories with you. Rest well my friend. Love you bud, Steve & Lawanda
about 1 month ago

Mercedes Diaz “My heart still aches in sadness, my tears still flow, for what it meant to lose you, no one will ever know.” To hear your voice and to see your smile and to just sit and talk to you one last time would be my only wish. Miss you today, love you for always, & forget you, never. I love you so much, Dad.
about 1 month ago

Debbye Jundt Bruce his freckles faced red hair cousin I will miss you even though as life moves on we grew apart hardly seeing each other I will miss you we were talking all the time on messenger and I have a heavy heart you will be missed dearly I love you Debbye Jundt (Cousin)
about 1 month ago

Renee Peterson "If there ever comes a day when we can't be together, keep me in your heart...I'll stay there forever!" My Brother Bruce - you will be in my heart forever and never forgotten! Love, Renee Peterson
about 1 month ago

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