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Bruce Jacobi
Birth: Jun. 23, 1935
Washington County
Indiana, USA
Death: Feb. 4, 1987
Marion County
Indiana, USA

Race car driver. He grew up near the Salem(IN)Speedway and "got racing in his blood." He participated in both USAC and NASCAR competition. He qualified for the 1962 Indianapolis 500, but was "bumped" from the starting field by a faster qualifier. Jacobi suffered profound head injuries in an accident at the Daytona International Speedway on February 17, 1983 and never recovered. He remained in a comatose state for nearly 4 years. One of Salem's "favorite sons," many of his racing memorabilia are kept at the Stevens Museum in Salem (812)883-6495. (bio by: Warrick L. Barrett) 
Crown Hill Cemetery
Washington County
Indiana, USA
Plot: 8th Addition, Lot 265
Maintained by: Find A Grave
Record added: Jan 25, 2001
Find A Grave Memorial# 19747
Bruce Jacobi
Added by: Warrick L. Barrett
Bruce Jacobi
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I waited before I posted on here to see if anyone remembered the anniversary of your death. Daytona is soon and I will always think of you. The last time I heard your voice you called me from Daytona and begged me to come down. I know you suffered but ...(Read more)
- Cindy
 Added: Feb. 9, 2016

- LawBaby
 Added: Feb. 4, 2016
Merry Christmas even after all these years this image makes me smile. You showing up at my apartment with two huge candy canes and this big bow on it. I still see you smiling when I opened the door.
- Cindy
 Added: Dec. 21, 2015
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