Bruce Lee Kubert

President, In Memoriam  

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Bruce Lee Kubert (1918-2010) was born in Brooklyn, New York.  He was an alumnus of Poly Prep '36 and Yale University '40. He retired from the US Navy as Lieutenant Commander, having served during WWII as the Communications Officer aboard the USS Brooklyn. After returning to New York City, he became Chief Executive Officer of Paper Sales Corporation.  He was a life long fan and avid supporter of the performing arts. Among the many activities he dedicated his passion to were serving as president of the Musicians Club from 1981 to 2005 - the longest serving president in the Club's history - and as Chairman of the Musical Affairs and Special Events Committees at the University Club, both of New York.

New York Times Obituary