Bruce Wardle


Bruce and his wife Linda discovered the charms of the Heber Valley in 2002 during the Winter Olympics, while attending the Biathlon events at Soldier Hollow. They built a family vacation home in Midway the following year, and for the past 20 years have especially enjoyed the summers and skiing in the snowy winters of the Wasatch Back. In 2020, following retirement, they made Midway their full-time residence.

Prior to retirement, Bruce worked for 38 years in the Washington DC nonprofit community and owned Association Management Group, Inc. (AMG), a professional services firm with over one hundred employees engaged in the delivery of nonprofit management, government relations, public affairs, and meetings and event management services. His experiences throughout his professional career created an understanding of nonprofit best practice and a special ability to offer trusted management, political, and public policy advice to clients. Wardle sold AMG in 2017 to a Brussels-based public affairs firm, Interel, SA. He retired as Chairman of Interel US in 2019 to deliver special projects as a Senior Advisor and consultant.

Linda and Bruce became full-time Public Affairs/Church Communications Department Missionaries in
September 2020, assigned to serve in London as part of the Europe Area Church Communication
Department. In London, they managed diplomatic and government relations outreach. The Wardles
returned from London to the Heber Valley in 2023 where they continue to serve on the Wasatch Back
Communication Council and also as volunteers for several nonprofit organizations. Bruce and Linda
enjoy frequent visits to their Midway home from their five children and spouses, and their fourteen
grandchildren, and look forward to keeping the Heber Valley and Wasatch Community a wonderful place to live, work and play.