Recent Press in the North Shore News

Take a look at the story about The Paul Brunes Young Hear Foundation and Paul Brunes UBC Professor in Heart Rhythm Disorders in the May 3, 2015 edition of the North Shore News:

“Every place I am, I have a picture with me of Paul,” says Per Brunes.

On this day, reached by the North Shore News from his secondary home in Scottsdale, Arizona, the 71-year-old West Vancouver resident takes a minute from the interview to look at one such image.

“It’s a happy picture,” says Per, describing the photograph given to him following the sudden death of his son at age 31 on March 13, 2010.

The treasured photo shows Paul on the famous Swilcan Bridge, situated between the first and 18th fairways of Scotland’s St. Andrews Links. Paul, an employee of his now-retired father’s company, Brunette Industries Ltd., had paid a visit to the landmark club while on a work trip.

“After Paul’s passing, I wanted to do something,” says Per.


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