Obituary of Timothy Cameron Bruley
November 16, 1987 - June 14, 2023
Timothy Cameron Bruley. Age 35 of Hillsdale.
Beloved son of Colette (Erik) Wolfe and Todd (Shelly) Bruley. Cherished fiance of Holly McAvoy. Loving brother of Colin Bruley and Amanda (Daniel) Homolek; step brother of Kayley Wolfe and Emily (Kyle) Steele. Dearest uncle of Oliver, Quinn, Leland and Teddy. Also survived by many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Memorial contributions are greatly appreciated to Life Challenge of Michigan, 3380 Beck Rd., Hillsdale, MI 49242
Timothy was an exceptionally unique person. He has been described by those who knew him as one of the kindest, most gentle souls. The depth of his intellect was profound. He loved engaging in deep conversation. His passions included philosophy, literature, writing, cooking, listening to music, and playing guitar.
He had an insatiable hunger for expanding his knowledge. He took philosophy, religion, and literature courses at Hillsdale College. His favorite authors were C.S. Lewis, Dostoevsky, Jordan Peterson, Nietzsche, and Thoreau. He was naturally athletic and enjoyed disc golf, running, and working out. In his youth, he played travel hockey and varsity tennis.
He loved being outdoors in the solitude of nature, especially in Autumn, his favorite season. He liked to make people laugh with his great sense of humor. Watching a good comedy with his family with endless amounts of sweets was one of his joys in life. He had a great love of animals and a special bond with the children in our family, especially with his future stepson, Lane.
He was devoted to his family and above all, his faith in Jesus Christ. His greatest purpose proved to be spreading the Word and sharing scripture in the hope of helping others know God.
He was truly a giver of peace and love, and his beautiful light will forever shine down on us from heaven.
His battle with addiction is finally over.
No more darkness,
No more pain,
No more despair.
Resting now in God’s embrace.
John Molnar, Sr. opened the Detroit Hungarian Funeral Home, now the Molnar Funeral Homes, in 1923. The funeral home began in his home until relocating across the street to it's Delray location at 8623 Dearborn Avenue, in 1936. He had a strong work ethic and believed that you should never stop learning...