Bryce Fish, pictured here with wife Gail, was a key supporter and community advocate with a number of groups including Sequim Sunrise Rotary and Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula. He died on Nov. 26. Photo courtesy of Kim Rosales

Bryce Fish, pictured here with wife Gail, was a key supporter and community advocate with a number of groups including Sequim Sunrise Rotary and Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula. He died on Nov. 26. Photo courtesy of Kim Rosales

Fish, long-time Sequim volunteer-philanthropist, dies at 78

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