MAG Sales' Terrell Has Died, Age 58

Bruce Terrell, 58, co-owner of MAG Sales/C&E Marketing, died on Friday, December 23 from a sudden heart attack.
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Miami, FL--Bruce Terrell, 58, co-owner of MAG Sales/C&E Marketing, died on Friday, December 23 from a sudden heart attack. Terrell's wife of 32 years, Viviane, survives along with his mother Mary, sister Trish, and brother Michael.

Terrell teamed up with business partners Allen Lundy in 1982 and Michael Sajecki in 1998 to provide electronics manufacturers professional sales and marketing representation in Florida. The business provided Terrell with a portal to live a professional life that meshed with personal relationships. His friends and associates often began conversations with 'remember when...', indicating a long-term loyalty that was said to be one of Terrell's greatest qualities.

Graduating Southwest High in 1965, Terrell earned his B.A. from Florida State University. His passions included softball, the Blues and New Orleans cooking...things he shared with those who will miss him. Florida softball players will remember the tenacity Terrell showed as first baseman for the Florida Crush. Always mixing his competitive spirit with a playful jab to remind us it is still a game, Terrell and the Crush won several 50 and Over National Championships.

A wake for Terrell was held Thursday December 29, 2005 at the Titanic Brewery in Coral Gables, Florida. The Terrell family asks that in lieu of flowers, donations instead be made to the American Heart Association.

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