Bruce Scott (Moose) McKenzie

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Bruce Scott (Moose) McKenzie 57, of Furlow, Arkansas passed away Friday, August 24, 2018. Scott was born on September 14, 1960 to Bruce and Mary McKenzie in Fort Worth, Texas. Scott was passionate about all sports and duck hunting. Preceding Scott in death was his mother, Mary McKenzie. Scott is survived by his father, Bruce McKenzie and brother, Greg (Lisa) McKenzie both of Furlow, Arkansas; his two sons, Brad and Lea Ellis; one grandson, Bailey Ellis and one granddaughter, Kayleigh Ellis all of North Little Rock.

Funeral services will be 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, August 29, 2018 at the Westbrook Funeral Home Chapel in Hazen. Visitation will be from 1:00 to 2:00 P.M., prior to the service. Burial will be in the Hazen Cemetery.

12 Condolences to “Bruce Scott (Moose) McKenzie”

  1. Johnny Spradling Says:

    Greg I’m so sorry to hear of the passing of Moose ! He was a true Friend and he will be missed by many! We had some great times growing up in Rose City! Greg you and your Dad and the rest of your Family are in our thoughts and prayers! Fly high Moose and I will see you again some day Buddy!! RIP!!!

  2. Deborah Goodnight Says:

    What a great guy he will be missed love and prayers to you all

  3. PAM MCCOY Says:

    Bruce and Greg I’m so sorry to hear about Scotty passing away, I know he will be missed greatly. I am so glad I got to see Bruce and Scotty at Atwood’s in early spring. Your family and friends are in my prayers. Their has always been a special place in my heart for you Scotty.

  4. Tom Formcola Says:

    Shocked and saddened to hear of Scott’s passing. Deepest condolences to Scott’s family.
    Thanks for teaching me to hunt ducks old buddy. You will be missed! RIP.

  5. Buck Norwood Says:

    I was sorry to hear about this. This is very sad news. Mouse was always a great friend. He will be truly missed. To the family our thoughts and prayers are with you. Take care my friend !!

  6. Danny and Lori Pledger Says:

    Thoughts and Prayers for the family . Moose left a lot of memories for the Rose City and Meadow Park friends we all grew up with. Cherishing those memories.

  7. Virginia Greene Says:

    To the McKenzie family:
    Moose was a super person and driver.
    We missed him when he had to retire. We thought about all the nice things he did for is at Trane. He was a great person
    Our prayers and thoughts are the family.

  8. Michael Love Says:

    I’m very saddened to hear Moose has passed. He was a great friend to so many people. Those of us that had the pleasure of growing up with Scott in Rose City were blessed to have known him. He would give you the shirt off his back. My deepest condolences to Greg and the rest of the family.

  9. Lisa Finton Creasey Says:

    Many years and great memories of Scottie from Rose City Community and Calvary Baptist Church youth group and then when married to Johnny Mills we spent a lot of time at Scottie and Annette’s house. Since 2001 I have seen Scottie over the years and he was always smiling and had some funny story to share. . After hearing of his passing I thought about how I had never heard Scottie say one bad thing about anyone. He might relay facts but I never heard him talk bad about anyone nor did I ever see him in anger. He was a very compassionate loyal friend and I’m glad I had the privledge of knowing him and the memories of such great times we all shared together. Bruce and Greg, I’m truly sorry for your loss of a son and brother and if you need anything let me know. I love you dearly and have you in my prayers.

  10. Clayton and Barbara Bures Says:

    Mr. Mc, Greg and family. So sorry to hear of Scotts passing.
    Thoughts and prayers for you and the family.
    He will be missed but never forgotten.

  11. David and Ashley Inman Says:

    We are so sorry for your loss. We were always glad to see him in the dental office and over at Oaklawn. He always lit up the room when he was there. Such a great guy!!! We are going to miss him. You all are in our thoughts and prayers.

  12. Cloy Turner Neal Says:

    What a shock to hear of your loss Mr. McKenzie & Greg but know Mary was there with open arms when he arrived at their heavenly home. Thoughts & prayers are with you during these difficult times.