Out of high school Bruce went to work for a medium market Canadian radio station sampling many aspects of the radio business to rise to the prestigious mid-morning host slot. He enjoyed the business and on-air work especially meeting and working with people in the community.
In 1980 he had the opportunity to buy the business and radio station but instead opted for a returned to university to complete his B.A. in English and his Master of Divinity. During his college career he studied classical voice and became a professional chamber singer for a short time.
After graduating with his M. Div. he accepted the calling to serve as pastor. Bruce served in small congregations in rural Canada as well as a mega church in Arizona. He worked for five years as trauma chaplain in a Phoenix hospital and trauma chaplain in a Phoenix children’s hospital.
When he retired Bruce volunteered with Perry Damone’s Kidstar Radio, helping Mr. Damone install radio stations in schools and community settings globally. Bruce also trained the mentors and students of the program. Kidstar Radio was also producing kid-talk radio for VoiceAmerica Kids at the time. When Perry passed away Bruce became the CEO and Chairman of the Board of KDSTR Radio Corp.