Bruce Wilmoth

Bruce Wilmoth was delivered to the United States Naval Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on the 23rd of September, 1948. Having spent a few days in the City of Brotherly Love, Bruce then grew up in Birmingham, Alabama. Went to public school, made good grades. Liked to draw, make models. Was a Scout, a pretty good athlete. Against the backdrop of all that was unfolding in Birmingham in the 1950’s and early 60’s. Interesting times.

Bruce studied architecture at the University of Virginia, then took a degree from Auburn in Visual Design. Setting off on a career that included design for television, corporate identity/communications systems, exhibitry, retail store design, Bruce settled into a long and satisfying stint as an advertising Art Director. He got to work on some great accounts at some great agencies in Atlanta, LA and New York. He dismissed ‘Mad Men’ as “personally redundant.” Interesting times.

Yet a certain measure of discontent, more questions than answers, seemed to propel Bruce along for decades; a search, often imperceptible, often ever-so-close, until finding Science of Mind about 2003. On the fringes a few years, he then decided to suspend disbelief, put aside cynicism, judgement for a time, and took a few classes. In paying closer attention, Bruce liked what he witnessed and experienced. “Makes sense to me”, he says.

At CSL Midtown, Bruce began Practitioner studies, relishing the opportunity of community, and a path of learning and growing.

Bruce Wilmoth, made his transition from this world into his next plane of existence on February 4, 2021.

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