Joseph Bruno Death / Obituary | Joseph ‘Joe’ Bruno Cause Of Death – Dead – Joe Bruno Dies | New York State Senator Died – Passed Away
Joseph Bruno Death / Obituary – A longtime New York politician, Joe Bruno was pronounced dead on October 6, 2020, following a battle with cancer.
An ex-Army boxer and longtime New York State Senate Majority leader, Joseph L. Bruno died of prostrate cancer at the age of 91, said in a tweet by @TonyUbiquitymme on Wednesday. We are yet to notice the deceased obituary details, all further details concerning this news will be updated upon confirmation.
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Tributes and Sharing On Joseph Bruno Passing
Joseph Bruno, the powerful former Senate majority leader and ex-Army boxer who went toe to toe with disgraced ex-Gov. Eliot Spitzer — and twice beat corruption charges himself — died early Wednesday..
Bruno was 91. He had prostate cancer. pic.twitter.com/KRljiI2JGp
— Tony White (@TonyUbiquitymme) October 7, 2020
The Bishops of NYS send prayerful condolences to the family of Sen. Joseph Bruno. Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May his soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. https://t.co/kB4GBuY22M
— NYS Catholic Conference (@NYSCatholicConf) October 7, 2020
I am in Florida and just read that a man who defines good, leadership, family and more – Joe Bruno – has passed. I have so many fond memories of my time with the Senator and yes, I have a tear in my eye, but a smile as well. Godspeed Joe!
— Dan Moran (@CareerDanMoran) October 7, 2020
Joe Bruno was a mentor, a friend, and a dynamic public servant; I have always tried to emulate his work ethic and passion. A fighter through and through, Joe stood up to every challenge he faced. My sympathies to Joe’s family and friends, he will be greatly missed. pic.twitter.com/gf4gqLhyS6
— James Seward (@SenatorSeward) October 7, 2020
“We were on different sides of the table, politically,” Cuomo says of Joe Bruno. “But he was a honorable, respectful, sincere public servant who truly believed what he believed and worked very hard at it.”
— Dan Clark (@DanClarkReports) October 7, 2020
“Joe Bruno had a long life. I wish his family peace,” Cuomo says.
While they were on different sides of the political aisle, “He was an honorable, sincere public official.
— Joseph Spector (@GannettAlbany) October 7, 2020
Cuomo on the late Joe Bruno: “We were on different sides of the table politically. We had different political approaches and different political philosophies, but he was an honorable, respectful, sincere public servant.”
— Ian Pickus (@IanPickus) October 7, 2020
Very saddened to hear of the passing of Senator Joe Bruno. His contributions to our area cannot be minimized. Joe’s leadership and personal charm were unmatched in his time in NYS gov’t. I’m grateful for our long enjoyable working relationship. Rest in peace, Joe. You earned it. pic.twitter.com/i4YWBujXlz
— Liz Bishop (@CBS6_LizB) October 7, 2020
..Gov . Cuomo on the legacy of the late GOP Senate leader Joe Bruno: “We can have different political beliefs and we can still respect each other at the end of the day and I wish this country could do more of that.”
— Michael Gormley (@GormleyAlbany) October 7, 2020
“We were on different sides of the table, politically. But he was honorable, respectful and sincere in his beliefs. And a great representative for his district. I wish him and his family peace.”
–@NYGovCuomo on passing of former State Senate Majority leader Joe Bruno
— Zack Fink (@ZackFinkNews) October 7, 2020
.@NYGovCuomo on death of former GOP state Sen. Majority Leader/Albany powerhouse Joe Bruno, who died today at age 91.
“He was an honorable, respectful, sincere public servant who truly believed what he believed…he worked more with my father than with myself.”
— Bernadette Hogan (@bern_hogan) October 7, 2020
We are deeply saddened by the passing of retired NY State Senator and longtime Parker friend, Joe Bruno. Thank you, Joe, for your wisdom and sense of humor! You have inspired many young minds here at Parker. Thank you for all your support, Joe. You will be dearly missed. pic.twitter.com/5M0owCOx0f
— Parker School (@RCParkerSchool) October 7, 2020
Covering Joe Bruno was never dull. A politician of the Albany old school, albeit with his own tanning bed.
— Danny Hakim (@dannyhakim) October 7, 2020
My initial exposure to politics as a kid was hearing and reading about Joe Bruno. He was like a character out of a novel, going from childhood poverty to the pinnacle of political power and then abruptly leaving office as he faced a FBI investigation. 2/2
— Kyle Stewart (@KyleAlexStewart) October 7, 2020
Hagiography of Joe Bruno has to stop. It would be timely to perhaps mention of Bruno’s documented ties to #NXIVM and the Bronfman sisters.
He never came clean on it, and neither did his ESP-devotee staffer, Jack Casey.
— T • McElwee (@tdotmcelwee) October 7, 2020
Our state mourns the passing of former State Senate Majority Leader Joe Bruno, who transitioned early this morning at the age of 91. From his service in the Korean War to his more than 40 years in elected office, he fought hard and spoke with conviction.
— Eric Adams (@BKBoroHall) October 7, 2020
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