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August 30, 2010
Bruce was a hard-working, original thinker with a huge heart. His health problems with his eyesight did not slow him down. I remember talking to him at a meeting in New Orleans about all the domestic violence research I had been reading, and he stored it all in his memory, like a tape recorder, not missing a word. He lived a full life, accomplished more than most people, professionally and personally, was supportive of his colleagues and friends, and I wish he could have lived to be 100. He was an inspiration and a role model for me, and I miss him.
August 30, 2010
My thoughts and prayers go out to the Winick family and soon this prophecy at Revelation 21:13,4 will be fulfilled.
August 30, 2010
As a member of the judicial advisory board for the new TJ Institute. I consider myself incredibly lucky,that I Broward's Mental Health Court, was in line as a research site. for the past several months I had the pure joy of spending time, listening to Bruce raise intensely thoughtful questions, when the group of judges , thought we had the answers to many of the ethical and legal matters reviewed in preparation for the center's work and outreach to judges around the nation and globe.

Bruce was just as energetic, sweet and intellectually acute as ever. He was so excited about the implications of the work of the Tj Center and how it would help support Tj and develop meaningful evidence based data that all could use and rely upon.

His generosity of spirit was unmatched. Unique in his gentleness and powerful in scholarship he was one of my greatest mentors and most supportive colleagues as we journeyed into new therapeutic legal waters.....

I will always cherish him and will miss him...,,,

Judge Ginger Lerner Wren
17th Jud. Circ.
August 28, 2010
Bruce was a being of light whose professional contributions and unfailing kindness brought comfort, joy, and illumination to so many people. I had the great privilege of following his legal career as a journalist, and then, later, experiencing the warmth of his friendship. Amazingly, Bruce also found time to act as friend and legal counsel to my famous performing cat Princess Kitty® during her career and after her untimely death. His interests and affections stretched from the highest and noblest causes to the most humble of creatures. God’s own spirit was evident in Bruce’s tender heart, his creativity, and his love of truth and justice. With the co-creator of Therapeutic Jurisprudence, Bruce established a framework for diffusing compassion into the practice of law, and he was pleased with the progress of TJ. But he was most proud of his children and grandchildren, and rightly so. My prayers are with them.
August 28, 2010
Bruce had such an adventurous spirit that would exhibit itself at the most enduring moments. Teaching him to take the helm of the boat, feeling the wind on his cheek to guide the boat, was his great pleasure. When caught in a storm, he would say “I’m not afraid of you Mr. Wind!” and we would take our knocks and blows. This grand spirit was exhibited in every aspect of his gifted life; a drive to experience and to conquer sweet mysteries by having them reveal themselves like a lily. My good friend will be missed by his loving family and the many people he touched with his wisdom and kindness.

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