Bruce Haile Cabell, 70, died Thursday, May 30, 2019, at Balfour Senior Living in Denver, Colorado, from complications of Parkinson's disease and Lewy body dementia. Bruce is survived by his wife, Therese Cabell of Denver; son, Todd Cabell (Barbara) of Charlottesville, Virginia; daughter, Annie Harrington (Brian) of Boulder, Colorado; and grandchildren, Hadley Cabell, Finn Harrington, and Miller Harrington. Bruce was preceded in death by his mother, Anne Haile Cabell; father, Mayo Cabell; and brother, Mayo Cabell Jr. Bruce was born June 16, 1948, in Staunton, Virginia. He graduated from R.E. Lee High School in 1966, where he played guitar in the folk band The Travelers. Bruce married Susan Menk, his high school sweetheart, in 1970. He graduated from The University of Virginia in 1971 and joined his father at Cabell Insurance in Charlottesville. After his father's passing in 1975, Bruce worked alongside his partners John Stalfort, Michael Powell, and Wayne Pullen to grow Cabell Insurance into the largest independent insurance agency in central Virginia. Since childhood Bruce spent many summers at his beloved Squam Lake in New Hampshire with his family and many aunts, uncles and cousins. Always active, Bruce enjoyed hiking the White Mountains, snorkeling, scuba diving, and skiing. Bruce married Therese Parkinson in 1998. They enjoyed traveling, walking and just being together. Bruce retired in 2015 and moved to Denver in 2017. Bruce shall be lovingly remembered for his positive outlook, quick laughter, and generosity of spirit. He was a devoted father, a successful businessman and a respected member of his community. A service celebrating Bruce's life will be held at The University of Virginia Chapel on Friday, June 21 2019, at noon. A reception will follow at Boar's Head Resort. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Denver Hospice or The Squam Lakes Foundation.