Bruce Parker Death – Hall Of Fame Athletic Director Bruce Parker Has Passed Away At 64

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Bruce Parker Death – Obituary : Hall Of Fame Athletic director, Bruce Parker had reportedly passed away on Friday, 3rd of July, 2021 at 64. He had complications from kidney transplant and diabetes. Parker worked as athletic director at Carroll College and then Rocky Mountain College, a decorated Montana sports figure who was enshrined in five Halls of Fame.

Who Is Bruce Parker :

  • A native of Chicago native, Billings’ West End.
  • Aged 64
  • Wife, Lisa Parker
  • Sons Ryan and Brett
  • Granddaughter Sophia.

Reactions On Bruce Parker’s Death :

RMC _ Montana tweeted, ” We are greatly saddened by the passing of Bruce Parker, RMC Athletic Director from 2014 to 2019. A memorial service will be hosted at Herb Klindt Field on the campus of Rocky Mountain College to celebrate Bruce’s life on Tuesday, July 6 at 10:00 a.m. with a tailgate to follow”…

Carson James43 tweeted, ” Bruce Parker positively impacted so many. Had such love for his family, for life, for people, for his craft. Such energy, smarts, wit, enthusiasm, & creativity. Truly one of a kind. Christy & I have him & his family in our prayers. May Bruce Parker rest in heavenly peace”…

Jake Jones tweeted, ”Just got word my friend Bruce Parker has moved on to a better place. I’m heartbroken, and can’t believe the news, but knowing Bruce, he wouldn’t want this to be a day of sadness. Bruce was the Carroll College athletic director when I took my first on air position in Helena, MT, and always treated me with respect, and honesty. He left Carroll a little over a year into my tenure at KFBB, and moved to his hometown of Billings to be the AD of Rocky Mountain College. When I started applying for new jobs, Bruce gave me a glowing recommendation to KULR in Billings to help get me that second job. From there Bruce and I did a lot of play by play games, interviews, and overall BSing together. I grew very fond of Bruce and his wife Lisa, and they were genuinely some of the hardest goodbyes when I left Montana. I’m not great at taking pictures with people, or making sure to have something to remember the moment, so as I scrolled through my camera roll I was so happy to see we did have a picture together. It’s a memory I’ll always cherish, and Bruce, know I’ll miss our talks”…

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