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Friday, December 7, 2007

A Disney Family Tribute to Bruce

The Walt Disney Family Museum website has a new tribute to Disney Imagineer, author, historian and producer Bruce Gordon, who I wrote about here and here. The tribute is wonderfully written by the president of the Walt Disney Family Foundation, Walter E. D. Miller (we all know who he was named after) who worked with Bruce on the forthcoming Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco. Personally I like how Walter notes what a good friend Bruce was to my friends Jeff Kurtti, Paula Sigman Lowery, Hugh Chitwood and Ed Squair, and indeed to all who knew him. Read Walter Miller’s tribute (there are photos, including the one pictured here of Bruce and Diane Disney Miller at the Walt Disney Family Museum site, and video of Bruce too) and you’ll know why Bruce’s friends miss this colorful Disney “character” more each day.

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