Bruce M. Wilkins

Case Manager

Bruce Wilkins

About Bruce

Bruce Wilkins was born and raised in White Deer, Pennsylvania, and has lived most of his life in the Susquehanna Valley. Bruce attended Milton Area High School and then headed south to attend Toccoa Falls College in Northeast Georgia. Bruce graduated with a B.S. double major in Christian Counseling: Counseling Skills and Psychology. While at Toccoa, Bruce played baseball for four years, making many lifelong memories (road trips, friendships, etc.).

Upon graduating from college, Bruce returned home and married his college sweetheart, Rachel. Bruce and Rachel have been married for 26 years. They have two daughters, Haydn,  Alayna, and a son, Cooper.

Bruce has spent the majority of his time working in the Human Services field and has 12 ½ years of experience as an Income Maintenance Caseworker and Casework Supervisor. Bruce spent the two years prior to coming to Marshall, Parker & Weber working in the area of hospice, which allowed him to really appreciate the importance of long-term care planning. Bruce also spent over 10 years working as a youth leader in his local church. While working with the youth, Bruce also became involved with drama and has performed in several skits for the congregation.

When not at work Bruce really enjoys hunting, fishing, spending time with his family, coaching baseball, watching his kids various sporting events and various outdoor activities including kayaking, hiking and any activity that involves a ball (soccer not included). At any given time, you can find Bruce watching Penn State (football especially), the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Pittsburgh Pirates, the Washington Capitals (not a bandwagon fan but a fan since 7th grade…they finally won the Stanley Cup!) and the Boston Celtics. Don’t be surprised if you wander by the kitchen at Bruce’s house and see him dancing to MC Hammer or anything 80’s.

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