Bruce H. West ’93 of Eagle, Idaho, died April 20, 2012. Born in San Diego, Calif., in 1969, Bruce joined Kappa Sigma fraternity, the ski team and rugby club at Mines. He graduated with a degree in petroleum engineering and went on to work for Apache in Denver as a petroleum engineer. He moved to Houston in 1995 to continue his work in oil and gas; in 2000, he earned an MBA from the University of Houston. In 2002, Bruce moved with his family to Eagle to work for Petroglyph Energy, where he was vice president of engineering and production. In addition to his career, Bruce loved camping with his family, being active in his church, supporting his children in school activities, fly-fishing, sailing, dirt biking, mountain biking, skiing, rugby and tennis. He is the grandson of alumni M. Jordan Nathason ’36 and Randolph M. West Jr. ’37, and was a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers. Bruce is survived by his wife, Cari; children Sydney and Mason; parents Robert and Alasya; and sister Krista (married to Joe Welch ’93, MS ’01).
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