Bruce T. McLain, 67, lost his short battle with Cancer on March 16th, 2022, at St Peter's Hospital. Bruce was born in Ketchikan Alaska on June 18th, 1954 to Cecil and Betty McLain. Bruce attended Shelton schools from the 6th grade through his senior year. Bruce lived most of his adult life in around the Puget Sound area.
Bruce was a talented sheet metal worker and member of the Sheet Metal Workers Local 66 before his retirement. Bruce also worked with copper, stained glass and later in life he found a passion in working with leather. Opening his own business, Lucky Leathers, specializing in gun holsters, knife sheathes, and utility hiking items. Bruce loved anything outdoors, fishing, hunting, boating, hiking and camping.
He was preceded in death by his father Cecil T. McLain. Surviving are his two daughters Tyler McLain (Michael Skeman) of Poulsbo and Leah McLain of Olympia, mother Betty McLain of Shelton, sisters Karlene Fridenmaker (Paul) of Port Ludlow and Diane Norwood (Jerry Obremski) of Shelton; his honorary children Frank, James (Jennifer) and Odette Roush, all of Shelton as well as numerous nieces, nephews and close friends.
A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.