Bruce Dillon Obituary, Death – On behalf of each and every one of us here at Moanaroa Station, we would like to offer our most heartfelt condolences to the family of Bruce Dillon as well as to all of his close friends who are suffering as a result of his passing.
The news of Bruce’s departure has left us all in a state of profound grief. When Bruce was younger, Moanaroa hired him to work as a shepherd for the company. In addition to this, the business valued his continued patronage as he was a committed customer who contributed significantly to the company’s success.
The trip that Bruce takes down to the yards at the Owahanga river mouth each year to check out each year’s offering, along with a few yarns from back in the day and a “old school” common sense answer to a couple of the world’s challenges, is something that he looks forward to and enjoys doing every year. This is something that he does every year and something that he does every year.
This is something that he performs in order to examine the products that are available each year, in addition to recalling a few stories from way back when. In addition to these things, he also discusses various events that took place in the past. He is a stockman and farmer who commands a great deal of respect and is well-known for having an exceptional eye for a lovely bull. His reputation precedes him in this regard. He is known for having an outstanding eye for a handsome bull. This is one of his many accomplishments.