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Bruce Michael Durso
October 19, 1951 - October 16, 2007
Dallas Morning News
Published October 19, 2007
DURSO, BRUCE MICHAEL, Was born on October 19, 1951 in San Diego, California, and left this life on October 16, 2007. Bruce was a graduate of the University of Oklahoma in 1973 with a degree in finance, and was a proud season ticket holder of OU football games since 1974. He was an avid tennis player and organizer of the men's tennis club at the Pinnacle Club at Cedar Creek Lake. Bruce found golf late in life and strived to be a weekend warrior on the golf course. He enjoyed most of all his time with his family and friends at the lake house on Cedar Creek Lake and playing with his dog Cooper. Mr. Durso was retired from Deutsche Bank as Vice President of Investment Banking and currently served as Vice President with the investment banking firm R.W. Baird. Bruce served with the Dallas American Red Cross. He is survived by wife of 31 years, Lee Durso; daughters, Kimarie and Kirby Durso; brothers, Glenn Durso, Keith Durso and his wife, Pam; sister, Pam Brown and her husband, Kevin; 2 nieces and 2 nephews. A private gathering of family and friends will celebrate his life on Saturday, October 20th. Donations in his name may be made to the American Heart Association, 7272 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75231. Dignity Memorial Sparkman Hillcrest 7405 W. Northwest Hwy. Dallas (214) 363-5401 OB6 Obituaries, Notices
Sharing Memories of Bruce Michael Durso
e-mail to John Coley
Bruce and I were roommates our freshman year at OU. First place was in a house on the street behind Sterr's grocery store. The next place was a garage apartment north of Brooks street and east of Classen, nice neighborhood. We had a great time together, especially at O'Connell's Irish Pub. He always was looking for ways to make some extra cash. One job I remember he had was as a Referee. Great guy.
Lots of good memories, can't remember much now (senior moment?).