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John Bruce Streett

John Bruce Streett

John Bruce Streett from Eudora, Arkansas was born July 25, 1931. He died December 29, 2017 from pneumonia. He grew up in Grandlake, Arkansas, a small community outside Eudora. After graduating from Eudora High School and the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville school of architecture, he joined the Army. While spending 2 years in Korea he learned to love classical music and that tents and below freezing temperatures don’t mix. On returning he began work in Little Rock for Wittenberg Delony and Davidson Architects doing working drawings for churches, schools, prisons and hospitals. Retiring after 32 years he then worked part time 5 years for several firms. He served for many years on the Building Commission of the Catholic Diocese of Little Rock serving churches in the state.

His maternal grandmother “Nanny” transplanted her love for gardening to him. It became a lifelong hobby trying to grow flowers of all types. Any vacation would include side trips touring gardens. While recovering from back surgery, bread baking became an interest. His sourdough potato bread won 1st place at the Arkansas Livestock Show.

Survivors are wife of 53 years GeorgeAnn Streett, two daughters Trudy Francis(Aziz) and Amy Wren(Allan), grandchildren Carter Wren and Haylee Wren, sister Joy Tedder of Florence, South Carolina, brother-n-law Johnny Gaughan of Camden, AR, and 8 nieces and nephews. Parents Julian Duval Streett and Emily Gertrude Griffin Streett and sister Jane Gaughan are deceased.

The family will receive visitors at Ruebel Funeral Home on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 from 4 to 6 p.m. As an original member of Christ the King Catholic Church in Little Rock, his service will be at Christ the King on Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. with burial following at Pinecrest Memorial Park.

Donations can be made in memory to CARTI Cancer Center, 8901 Carti Way, Little Rock, AR 72205 or Central Arkansas Iris Society, 6200 Kenwood Rd., Little Rock, AR 72207. Arrangements are under the direction of Ruebel Funeral Home,

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"It was an honor to work with Bruce on the Diocese of Little Rock Building Commission. The sharing of his expertise on Catholic Church projects throughout Arkansas was invaluable.

May the family of Bruce find comfort in the knowledge that he now is enjoying his eternal reward. "

Jim Driedric | Little Rock, AR

"Mrs. Street and Amy, I am so sorry for the loss of Mr. Streett.
I remember all the times in Jr. High and High School of spending the night at your house. I remember midnight mass on Christmas Eve with you all. So many great memories. Just know I am praying for you all during this time! Thank God for memories! ❤️ "

Michelle Garza | Conway, AR

"We at Central Arkansas Iris Society will dearly miss Bruce. He touched the lives of all who knew him in such a positive way."
Mark Shipp | Malvern, AR

"Amy and family,
I am so sorry to learn about your father. I am holding you all in prayer during this tender time."

Jaimie J Alexander | Texarkana , AR

"I will remember the visits with Bruce coming to my garden and how much he seemed to enjoy the iris and daylilies in bloom"
phyllis kirtley | benton, AR

"To the Street Family, I got to know Bruce well during my summers of running the blue print machine at WDD. He was a very kind and wonderful person. I know that my father felt the same way.
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Randy Davidson | Fayetteville, AR

"GeorgeAnn, I am so sad to hear about Bruce. He gave me my first job and I was so fond of him. He was such a happy soul, and loved life and his family so.... he will be missed by so many people!"
Sally R. bowen | Little Rock, AR

"Bruce was a special person. He always had a smile on his face and just made you feel good to be around him. Mom and I don't attend as many Central Arkansas Iris Society meetings as we used to, but always looked for Bruce when we did. He will be missed."
Dottie and Doris Boyles | Little Rock, AR

"GeorgeAnn, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. He was a wonderful man. Hugs

Ruth Tyson | Little Rock, AR

"Bruce was an old friend and wonderful person. Sending prayers and good thoughts to the family."
Cynthia Mason | little rock, AR

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