Bruce Bell Obituary, Death -I’m sorry to have to break the news to you, but one of our all-time great players, Bruce Bell, has recently passed away. It is with great regret that I have to deliver this information to you at this time. The following is a message that was sent to me by Phillip Barry, and it reads as follows: I would like to take this opportunity to extend my most sincere apologies for any difficulty that this may cause. I hope that you will understand.

He led the Peninsula Pool team as their captain throughout the entirety of the 1970s and 1980s decades. His leadership as captain spanned twenty years of service. During the entirety of his time with the organization, which spanned the entirety of the twenty-first century, we were in the twenty-first century.

An athlete who has maintained an A-level performance throughout the entirety of the competition for both Country Week and the overall event. A rival who, under any and all conditions, presents a formidable challenge to one’s ability to emerge victorious from a battle. I hope and pray that you will be able to find some peace and tranquility in your life, my dear friend.

Buddy, why don’t you put on a show for us and perform some of the music that you feel holds a special place in your heart? Cat, words simply are not enough to express how grateful I am to you for providing me with access to this information. During this trying time, we would like to offer our most sincere condolences to Bruce’s family on behalf of the PPA committee as well as each and every one of our current and former members. We know that you are grieving, and we share in your sorrow. We sincerely hope that the knowledge that you have our complete and unwavering support will bring you some measure of solace. I am grateful. Donna. Prez