Growing up in the small town of Piapot, Sask. provided two opportunities for enjoyment: snaring gophers or listening to the radio. Since the other kid in town had the string, Bruce chose the latter for a career path.
Bruce’s career spans 44 years, most of which has been in Edmonton: 21 doing the morning show at CISN FM and then moving to sister station 630 CHED, where he has been for the past six years. Morning radio has been his home since 1980.
Bruce and Mary live in Edmonton. They have two grown children and now, proudly, two grandchildren.
Bruce’s pastimes include his passion of working for the homeless, running and going on road trips on his motorcycle. His work with the homeless was encouraged thanks to an opportunity to sit on the Salvation Army advisory board for over 12 years.
Three times, Bruce has spent three days living on the street to bring attention to the plight of the homeless and to raise funds for Hope Mission. Of the many things he has experienced over his radio career, he considers this the most rewarding.
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