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“sorry for your loss. my prayers are with you with you with you ”
1 of 18 | Posted by: Dennis de Gibbs - Philadelphia, PA

“Condolences to MOM and Family Much Love Sonia Hall and Family Our Prayers are with you. ”
2 of 18 | Posted by: Sonia Hall - Cmch, NJ - Family

“my condolence,im so sorry,he was alway a good friend,i will never forget him ”
3 of 18 | Posted by: evelyn santiago - wildwood, NJ

“Im sorry i couldnt be there for the family i love you all tell grandmom i love her and everthing will be all right love your grandson and nephew...Read More »
4 of 18 | Posted by: Charles Kirkland - Nashville, TN

“There is peace in knowing you accomplished your task on this side..May we all do the same. Love to the family from the Beaman family. ”
5 of 18 | Posted by: Dorothy Beaman - Charlotte, NC

“Look back and thank GodLook forward and trust GodLook around and serve GodLook within and find GodMay Our Father continue to add a blessing in your...Read More »
6 of 18 | Posted by: L. A. Williams - Detroit, MI

“Condolences To The family & Friends of Bruce Bethune.My thoughts & prayers goes out to all.God bless and keep all in his care at this time. ”
7 of 18 | Posted by: Vienna (Kathy) Spaulding - NJ

“My condolences to The family & Friends of Bruce Bethune.My thoughts & prayers goes out to all.God bless and keep you in his care at this time. ”
8 of 18 | Posted by: Vienna (Kathy) Spaulding - NJ

“Rest in gentle peace Bruce as we know you are in a better place!My sincere condolences to the entire family. ”
9 of 18 | Posted by: Theresa Oetzel-McClain - PA

“My condolences to the family... I'll be praying for you all. Bruce was a very special person, RIH my friend. ”
10 of 18 | Posted by: Cheryl Mitchell - MD - Friend

“So sorry for your loss. ”
11 of 18 | Posted by: Ernesto and claudia Bailey - NJ

“My deepest sympathy to the Bethune Family you all will be in my prayers ”
12 of 18 | Posted by: Keisha Simmons - Wildwood, NJ

“You always be remembered as a man of honor and compassion....RIP ”
13 of 18 | Posted by: Patricia Keith - Wilmington, NC

“I am deeply sorry for your loss. Bruce was one of the kindest men I have ever had the privilege of knowing. I worked with him at the hospital during...Read More »
14 of 18 | Posted by: nicole james - cape may, NJ

“To Bethune Family May God bless you and keep you during your time of sorrow.May Bruce rest in peace in the arms of God. ...Read More »
15 of 18 | Posted by: Sheryl Cisrow - Whitesboro, NJ

“To the family and friends...sending our love and condolences. ”
16 of 18 | Posted by: Pam Mitchell - Junction City, KS

“Miss You So Much.. ”
17 of 18 | Posted by: NeCe Bethune - NJ - Sister

“Bruce was a special man to know I had the pleasure of seeing this close up. The way he treated the young people at the rec center was special to see...Read More »
18 of 18 | Posted by: Barry Wilke - Wildwood, NJ


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Bruce Wayne Bethune third oldest child to Randolph & Marie Bethune made His ultimate transition onward on February 28, 2017, his next journey has begun. Bruce was born on July 17, 1955 in Cape May Court House, NJ, and lived in Whitesboro, New Jersey during his younger years. A graduate of Middle Township High School, he attended Job Corp in Edison New Jersey. Bruce served his county, a member of the United States Air Force, Turkey & Germany were his place of military service.

Bruce lived in Philadelphia (after his tour of duty), for many years, became involved with Philadelphia OIC: Mission, assist the unemployed, the underemployed, the homeless, and disadvantaged youth and adults to achieve self-sufficiency and empowerment, primarily through education, training, job placement, and through supportive human services, housing and economic development.

Philadelphia OIC is a nonprofit organization founded in 1964 by the late Reverend Dr. Leon H. Sullivan, who was an internationally-recognized advocate for civil and economic rights for all. The Reverend Sullivan who marched with the likes of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Reverend Jesse Jackson–believed that jobs were the key to the economic development and true empowerment. The creation of OIC was his response to the lack of employment opportunities and job-training programs in the community. Bruce also worked for Cape Regional Medical Center (Dietary Supervisor).

One of Bruce's most rewarding times, working for Middle Township Recreation Department (Whitesboro Rec)..their he was able to build relationships with the youth of the community. He went far and beyond to ensure that our youth had the opportunity to express themselves, be apart of something bigger than themselves, a place to interact with others (peers).

Bruce knew his availability was important when it came to our youth, his desire for the young people in the community of Whitesboro; be lifted up to the highest possible levels of self-importance, thru his daily conversations with them.

Bruce leaves to cherish (in memory Margaret "Peggy" Betts, Sister, Randolph Bethune, Father), Mother, Mrs. Marie Bethune, StepDaughter, Bianca Bethune & Jaheem Rafael Bethune, his beloved Gina Johnson, Chance & Children.

Seven brothers, Randolph Bethune Jr, Gary (Gladys) Bethune, Robbie Bethune, (Whitesboro, New Jersey) Marshall Bethune (Atlantic City, New Jersey), Tracy Bethune (Germantown, Maryland), Floyd (Thelma) Bethune (Long Beach California), Thomas (Elena) Bethune (Whitesboro, New Jersey).
Three sisters Gail McCann Bethune & Denise Bethune (Whitesboro, New Jersey), Beneda Mae Horsey (Salisbury, Maryland), Godsister Sheryl Cisrow & Family (Whitesboro, New Jersey).

Six Aunts, Sue (Wilbur) Bethune (North Carolina), Betty Bethune (North Carolina), Florence (John) Jones, (Whitesboro, New Jersey), Patricia James,( Wildwood, New Jersey), Josie Mae Betts (Detroit, Michigan), Edith Betts (Rio Grande, New Jersey). Two Uncles, George Betts (Detroit Michigan), John Jones (Whitesboro, New Jersey).

Nephews, Freddy Jimenez, Guy Hatch Bethune, Brad (Tammy) Bryant, Bruce Anthony Bethune, Damon Troy, Karon Bethune, Gary (Sarah) Bethune Jr., Isaiah Bethune, Elijah James Bethune, Jelani Bethune, Karon Bethune Jr., Miquel Lopez, Ethan Bryant, Jalen Bryant, Amir Troy, Nathaniel James Bethune, Elijah Bethune, Kobe Bethune.

Nieces, Frances Jimenez, Vanessa Fernandez, Bonnie Soto, Ashley Moore, Heather Wallace, Markisha Bethune, Tahay Olsen, Jasmine Bethune, Aiyana Bethune, Anisa Jimenez, Anaya Troy, Taylor Mae Bethune, Chanel Bethune, Taylor Bethune, many many cousins, and an abundance of friends.

Funeral service will be held on Wednesday, March 15, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. at Christ Gospel Church, 2209 Route 9 South, Whitesboro, NJ, where viewing will begin at 10:00 a.m. Interment will be in the Cape May County Veterans Cemetery, Cape May Court House.