Retired Navy captain and trailblazer for women’s equality in the service dies at 76
Retired Capt. Kathy Bruyere, a trailblazing Navy sailor, died Sept. 3. She is seen here as a commander. (Courtesy Trent Bruyere)
Editor’s Note: Retired Navy Captain Kathy Bruyere, one of the original volunteer staff members at Miramar National Cemetery, died Sept. 3, in San Diego. Highly respected by all associated with the cemetery, she was a friend and ally of the Miramar National Cemetery Support Foundation.
(The following article was published Sept. 10, 2020, in Navy Times.)
By Diana Stancy Correll
Retired Navy Capt. Kathy Bruyere, a pioneer for women’s equality in the Navy, died Sept. 3 in San Diego following a battle with cancer, [Continue Reading]