Bruce Hoover

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Bruce Hoover
AIKEN, SC - After a
wonderful holiday with family and friends Bruce Hoover, 56, passed away suddenly and peacefully at this home on the morning of July 5th.
Born in Atlanta and raised in central Florida, the home of his heart was his grandparents' farm in West Virginia, where he will be buried at a private service later this summer.
Mr. Hoover taught college level math and computer science for many years before returning to school to study law. He was admitted to the South Carolina Bar in 2009. He practiced in Aiken with his focus on family law and immigration.
A widely read man of diverse talents, he is perhaps best remembered locally for his culinary skills and also his role as Sir Toby Belch in the 2012 ACT production of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night. He was a member of the Aiken Single Malt Scotch Society, the Sunrise Rotary, and was a social member of the Aiken Hounds. He was keenly interested in living history and was former adjutant of the Palmetto Battalion, as well as a member of the Association of Living History Farms and Museums.
He is survived by two lovely daughters: Natasha Nunez of Kaneohe, Hawaii and Tatiana Hoover of Charleston as well as his wife of nearly 35 years, Dr. Judith Hoover of Aiken. Also surviving are his mother, Fannie Mae Hoover of Winter Park Florida, two brothers, a sister, and several nephews and nieces. He was a member of Spruce Grove United Methodist Church of Harrisville West Virginia.
Memorial donations would be welcomed at Rotary Club of Aiken Sunrise, Reference: Guatemala project. PO Box 2561 Aiken, SC 29802 or the .
Published in The Aiken Standard and North Augusta Star from July 7 to July 8, 2015
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