In Denver, Daddy Bruce and Thanksgiving are synonymous. Daddy Bruce was a legendary, selfless gentleman that fed the hungry and less fortunate here in Denver for many years. His legacy will always live on.
I've met this great man many times ate at his restaurant..talked with him his son..he was a truly Blessed man and a remarkable person..i also remember when Oprah had him on her show one yr..we need more ppl like him..rhis is what makes Denver great..he did not care what your race or religion was..if you were hungry he fed you..thousands of ppl lined up for his meals at thanksgiving..but not just only then..he fed ppl year round!..Hes been gone for yrs now..but God Bless his soul.RIP Daddy Bruce..your legacy still lives on!
I experienced the honor and privilege of meeting Daddy Bruce Randolph when I was a young boy, he and my MaMa were friends!
I was he's paper boy and I helped out on thanksgiving... couldn't colect for the paper bill with out him or his family/staff feeding me! He was a good man... the world needs more like him...
This guy was so good to people. We can all learn what "Kind Regards" means, from this man. Such love is a rare thing. I grew up with this man taking care of people for Thanksgiving. He is a Saint!
He was a very special person who cared for people in need. I'm sure God was waiting with open arms when he arrived in Heaven.
Many years ago I met him at the FL ticket counter. He walked up to buy a ticket to MEM. It would have been Feb or Mar 1983.
He passed away in the 90's, I ate at his restaurant and I did not have enough money with me, he told me to forget it. I went back a couple of days later and gave him what I owe him. He did not want to take it but I told him I did not feel right for eating and not paying.