Bruce Jaster’s relationship with Turtle Creek Chorale extends for more than 30 years. A singing member for 15 years and a board member for 10 years, Bruce has extensive working knowledge of all aspects of the Chorale.
With a history of commitment to his community, Bruce currently serves as a Trustee on the Board of AIDS Services of Dallas (ASD), on the Advisory Council of the University of Texas Southwestern School of Orthotics and Prosthetics and on the national Board of Directors of the Orthotics and Prosthetics Activities Foundation. Previously, Bruce has served on the Boards of Directors for The Dallas Way, Shakespeare Festival of Dallas, Oak Lawn Counseling Center, Amputee Coalition and Meeting Professionals International and also on the Governing Committee of the DFW Federal Club and as an Elder of St. Martin’s Lutheran Church. He is the proud recipient of the Certificate of Merit from the Texas Department of Health for his establishment and growth of “Caring for Caregivers,” a series of conferences established at the height of the HIV/AIDS crisis to provide the necessary education and support networks to caregivers of persons living with HIV/AIDS.
While majoring in a combined curriculum of Radio-Television/Film and Business at the University of Texas at Austin, Bruce’s fondness for both singing and administration became very apparent. He sang with and served as President of UT’s Longhorn Singers.