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Bruce Gail Allred

May 18, 1943 — February 6, 2024

Central Valley, Utah

    Bruce Gail Allred of Central Valley, passed away on February 6, 2024 at the age of 80 in Monroe. He was born May 18 1943 in Manti.

    Starting in 1986 Bruce traveled the U. S. competing in numerous types shooting events including trap shooting, sporting clays, ZZ Bird and live pigeon, both professional and non-professional. During his career Bruce registered over 260,000 ATA targets, including 80,000 singles, 67,800 doubles and 115,650 handicap targets earning the prestigious designation of AA, 27yrd, AA in 2005. During his career he also achieved honors winning the highly prestigious “End of the Trail” Trophy while attending the Shoshone Nation shoot in Pocatello, Idaho. He was also recognized as a mentor providing guidance and expertise, to many new upcoming shooters. He also attended many buddy shoots, 50 birders and turkey/meat shooting events around the country and was recognized as a top contender in all of those events.

    Bruce also was a top contestant in the sport of Horseshoe pitching and bowling. During the 2012 Huntsman World Senior Games he won top honors receiving gold medals in the doubles and singles horseshoe pitching competition. Other achievements was the recognition of “King of the Hill” for his bowling ability in 2017. His leadership while serving as the president of the Richfield Riding Club was recognized, greatly appreciated and missed by all. Bruce also served in the Sevier Search and Rescue and was elected captain of the Sevier County Sheriff’s Mounted Posse 1994. 

    One of his greatest enjoyments was Big Game Hunting. During his lifetime recognition and admiration by his peers as an avid, and knowledgeable guide of the Monroe and Henry Mountains was one of Bruce’s highest accomplishments. His knowledge and expertise were instrumental providing many successful trophies captured by friends and others. 

    Bruce began his life in the Sanpete Valley where he performed numerous jobs to help provide a family income during his early years. He later took up the profession of herding sheep before making his career decision of working for the State of Utah at the Department of Transportation where he later retired from the Richfield location. 

    His inspectible memory of lifelong events and detail while, reciting those experiences will be missed by many. Special thanks, of gratitude and compassion to the Monroe Canyon Center and Zions Hospice for their impeccable service. 

    Bruce was preceded in death by other family members.

In lieu of funeral services, Bruce’s requested his earthly ashes scattered upon the Monroe Mountain, and that friends and family take quality time and spend together in his remembrance.

    Cremation in the Magleby Mortuary and Cremation Center.  Online guestbook at 

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