Victor Bruno Obituary, Death – He left private practice five years ago and has now retired. He was a generous philanthropist to the university as well as a member of the Loyal Sons of Xavier, which is an organization that supports the university. When he wasn’t working as a physician, he liked to spend his time at the beach in Stone Harbor, New Jersey, playing golf in Boca Raton, Florida, and spending the winters in Stone Harbor.
On Monday, May 22, 2023, at the age of 71, Victor P. Bruno, M.D., passed away unexpectedly at his home in Bedminster, New Jersey. He was born and reared in the Stuyvesant Town district of Manhattan, and after spending twenty-six years in Westfield, he moved to Bedminster in the year 2012. After completing his secondary education at Xavier High School in New York City, Victor went on to get his undergraduate degree in History at The College of the Holy Cross.
After receiving his diploma from Holy Cross, he went on to pursue a career in medicine by enrolling at the Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, District of Columbia. He completed his internship at St. Vincent’s Hospital in New York City. After graduating from the Medical College of Pennsylvania with a degree in surgery, he went on to work as a general surgeon at Union Hospital, Overlook Hospital, and Rahway Hospital.
Dr. Bruno also established the Center for Ambulatory Surgery in Mountainside, New Jersey, which is still in operation today. He has devoted the past seventeen years of his life to establishing a hospital in West Africa that is designed in the western way. He will be remembered for his kindness, intelligence, and undying devotion to his family, as well as for the myriad of wonderful ways in which he influenced the world around him in a variety of ways, both big and small.
His unwavering devotion to his grandchildren and the unconditional love he had for Brigid’s dog Bailey will be sorely missed. His wife Kathleen Murphy, M.D., his children J.B. (who is survived by his wife Catherine), Sean (who is survived by his wife Carina Meyer), Brendan, and Brigid, as well as his grandchildren Finn, Nora, and Lini are among those who have survived.