At Princeton, he majored in biology, was a member of Tiger Inn, and rowed varsity crew. His senior-year roommates were Dave Leeming, Jim Millinger, Pete Chamberlain, Buzz Peeler, Bon Lombardi, and Jake Page.
After college, Bruce attended the University of Washington in Seattle, completing his training in 1968, and he spent the next 40 years as a practicing orthopedic surgeon in Seattle associated with Swedish Hospital.
He enjoyed rowing his single sculler on the many venues in the Seattle area. Bruce and his wife, Lynn, were avid collectors of antiques, and Bruce’s collection of toy soldiers numbered in the thousands. They also traveled extensively here and abroad.
To Lynn, his wife of over 50 years; his three sons, Bruce, Locke, and Christopher; and his three grandchildren, the Class of 1958 extends its deepest sympathy.