Bromfield graduate and resident, known for his humor and charm, love of art and basketball
Justin Ruenheck. (Courtesy photo)
Justin Joseph Ruenheck, a resident of Harvard, passed away on Friday, July 20, 2018. He was 23 years old.
Justin was smart, beautiful, inquisitive, and adventurous. He lived life like there was no tomorrow, which he firmly believed, and he left us all with great memories and a lot of love.
Justin is survived by his parents, Ceri and Keith, his brother Ray, girlfriend Melissa, and four loads of dirty laundry. He also had many cousins, aunts, uncles, and friends who were blessed by his humor and charm.
Besides his family and girlfriend, Justin’s great loves were music, photography, art, and basketball. He also enjoyed hiking, bicycling, pool, and chess.
A graduate of the Bromfield School, Justin had recently earned his associate’s degree and was working as a server at Great Road Kitchen in Littleton. He dreamed of being a writer, rapper, or teacher.
Justin was a shooting star who burned brightly for a brief moment, and then was gone. It has been a thrill having Justin in our lives, and we will miss him terribly.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Justin’s name to Loaves & Fishes.