Bruce Lee Death, Obituary –  We are sad to inform you that our President and Chief Executive Officer, Bruce Lee, passed away early on the morning of December 19th. His passing came as a shock to all of us. Everyone here was taken aback by the news of his passing. To everyone of you individually, please accept our deepest condolences on the loss of a loved one. Pancreatic cancer was a difficult foe for more than a year, and Bruce Lee, Andrew’s father, put up a valiant fight against the disease.

his conflict raged on for more than a year. This past year, Bruce had the opportunity to spend time with his family and friends, play golf as frequently as he could, and continue to pursue his passion at DTC, which his son had started more than six years earlier. Bruce also had the opportunity to play golf as often as he could. Because he was such a genuine friend to such a huge number of people, his passing will be painfully felt by each and every one of those people.

The Lee family is in our thoughts and prayers as they go through this trying time, and we respectfully ask that you respect their privacy so that we can offer them the compassion that they so well deserve. Thank you.
Any additional information that has to be provided regarding the funeral service or the memorial service celebrating the life of the person who has passed away will be done so at a later time. When I first learned that Bruce had died away, I was immediately overcome with a profound sense of sorrow.

He was an incredible and selfless man who helped SO many people despite the fact that doing so broke his own heart. Despite this, he continued to serve others. In spite of this, he never stopped being of service to others. A conversation that lasted for more than an hour between the two of us took place a little over a year ago, on a Friday that was at the conclusion of the week. There are no words that can appropriately communicate the depth of my feelings in this regard; my gratitude to him for what he has done for HLRCC is beyond language, and there are no phrases that can adequately convey the tremendous appreciation I have for him.