Daddy Bruce was the restaurateur who provided holiday feasts for Denver’s needy for more than 25 years before his death in 1994 at the age of 94.
Daddy Bruce Randolph Job Fair
Daddy Bruce Randolph was known for more than just feeding individuals on Thanksgiving. He was a businessman who employed workers. Daddy Bruce also helped individuals find employment through his many contacts throughout the Denver area.
In 2010, a school was named in the honor of Daddy Bruce Randolph because of his contributions to his community.
Rev. Ronald Wooding holds a bronze relief sculpture of the late “Daddy” Bruce Randolph that fell from a salvage truck which had been missing for years.
How many really know the story of Denver’s Daddy Bruce Randolph? The documentary, “Keep a light in in Your Window”, chronicles the life and meaning of Daddy Bruce Randolph and his legacy.
Beginning in 2020 through 2025, Daddy Bruce is featured as one of the 101 Coloradoans featured in the Owens Hickenlooper Leadership Gallery, “What’s Your Story” exhibit on the fourth floor of the History Colorado Center. The “What’s Your Story” exhibit empowers visitors to see…
The recipient Ms.Tamara Banks, recognized for her years of covering difficult human interest stories in Denver and around the world. Ms. Banks unselfish work ethic makes her an outstanding journalist & filmmaker.
Ronald Wooding always knew that his life would be dedicated to the service of others.
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