“HE WAS A VERY GOOD MAN. WE WILL PRAY FOR YOU TO JESUS.
“this was my Uncle and i was so sad to hear what had happened to him, R.I.P.
“So sorry to learn of Bruce's passing. He was honest and sincere, always considerate of others. I remember how appreciative he was when Dawn and I visited him at his home following his prostate surgery several years ago. We had many good times during agent family gatherings at his "horse ranch". Bruce is now in Heaven with Tom Edwards and Chuck Beidler, two fellow members of our "sandhills mafia" dinner club. Rest In Peace, old friend!
“In Christian concern and loving care, you were uplifted in prayer by The Mens Prayer Fellowship of Dauphin Way United Methodist Church.
“My thoughts and prayers are with all of Bruce's family. He was a good friend and mentored me through my early New York Life years. Bruce made a difference in my life which will always be with me.
“My sincere sympathy to to the entire family of Bruce. Fond memories of "the oyster bar". Rest in peace!
“my deepest condolences to Bruce's family. I appreciate his help while managing partner in Raleigh. I count him as a special mentor to me in my career with NYL
“My deepest condolences to Bruce's family. I enjoyed working with Bruce in Raleigh and will certainly be among those who will miss his smile and encouragement.
“Bruce was my friend...a very caring and concerned manager...for his people and the clients of NEW YORK LIFE. His loved ones are in my prayers and may the memory of Bruce give you all courage to continue your journey, having been a part of his. I offer my heartfelt condolences.
Morehead City, N.C.
Joe Bruce Alderman Mr. Joe Bruce Alderman, a native of Graceville, FL and a resident of Mobile, AL, died Tuesday, March 13, 2012 at his residence. Mr. Alderman was the managing partner for New York Life in Mobile and retired from New York Life in Raleigh, NC. He was employed with AllState since...Read More