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Bruce E. Kinville

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Published in April 2024

Bruce E. Kinville, 58, of Nashua, beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend, passed away on Monday, April 8, 2024, surrounded by his loving family. Bruce was the son of the late Robert and Patricia (Phelan) Kinville.

Bruce was the beloved husband of Karen Roddy Kinville. Their wonderful marriage was a model of affection, adoration and joy. Bruce is also survived by his daughter Ashley Aniskovich, her husband John, and his granddaughter Madelyne Rose; his daughter Brianna Kinville; his brothers Brian Kinville of Manchester, and James Kinville and his wife Linda of Weare; and several nieces and nephews, with whom he shared a very special relationship and who affectionately referred to him as the “fun uncle.” Bruce was predeceased by his brother Robert J. Kinville.

Born in Nashua on May 16, 1965, Bruce was educated in local schools and graduated from Daniel Webster College with a bachelor’s degree in both accounting and computer science. Bruce was a whiz at math. His knowledge of Nashua and the people of Nashua was extraordinary and showed his love for his hometown.

Bruce was an esteemed employee at Coravin for the past ten plus years. Bruce loved Coravin, and his coworkers loved him. He had an incomparable work ethic and a passion for helping others; he tackled every project with the highest level of skill and care. His Coravin family supported him through his difficult journey. Before working at Coravin, Bruce held several positions at McGladrey Accounting Firm/RSM.

Bruce lived a life characterized by a remarkable balance of intention and spontaneity. He approached every aspect of his life with passion and determination. He was known for his warm smile and easy-going, kind, fun-loving spirit, and his easy laugh. Bruce’s ability to make people laugh was unparalleled; his quick wit was amazing.

Bruce loved life and all who shared time with him. He was an exceptional cook and loved to entertain, especially in his spectacular garden that he created and meticulously cared for; his roses were unequalled. He was eager to share his boundless knowledge of gardening with others. Bruce enjoyed hanging out with friends, whether sharing a meal, grabbing a beer or enthusiastically cheering on his beloved Boston teams.

Bruce’s greatest happiness came from his roles as a husband, father, uncle, and grandpa. He cherished every moment spent with his family and friends. He encouraged and supported his daughters, nieces, and nephews in reaching their full potential, and his pride in them, and love for them, was obvious. Bruce especially loved spending time with his loving wife Karen, whether traveling or having dinner at Michael Timothy’s. The two enjoyed every minute together. His love for Karen was boundless.

Bruce brought warmth and laughter to every gathering. Everyone who knew him will cherish the wonderful memories of the times spent with him.

Family and friends are invited to Bruce’s visitation on Saturday, April 20th from 9:30 until 10 AM at Immaculate Conception Parish, 319 E. Dunstable Road, Nashua. Bruce’s funeral mass will follow in the church at 10 AM. In lieu of flowers the family asks for donations in Bruce’s name to Compassionate Cares ALS, PO Box 1052, W. Falmouth, MA 02574 or online to