CABO SAN LUCAS — The life of Bob Bisbee will be honored during an Oct. 22 memoriam, his family recently announced. The memoriam will begin at Baja Cantina and finish with a spreading of Bisbee’s ashes during the afternoon.
Those who will be in town and want to attend the memoriam are asked to arrive at Baja Cantina at 1 p.m. A short service, with speeches, will happen at 2 p.m. Attendees will then board boats at 3 p.m.; the boats will depart IGY at 3:30 p.m. and head to sea, where Bisbee’s ashes will be spread, just beyond the outer harbor.
“We have chosen what we feel is the most appropriate place and time to gather in remembrance and celebrate Dad’s life,” his family said through a released statement. “There is no better place in the world for this to take place as Cabo was his life-long favorite home. For those of you with your own boats, we’d love for you to join us in a farewell parade as we head out to honor Dad. For those of you without boats, we will have plenty of space on the big Cabo cruise boats for you to be with us.”
Bisbee, who died on June 14, founded the Black and Blue Marlin Tournament, now in its 38th year. His family held a private service for Bisbee in Texas on June 23.
The Oct. 22 memorial service takes place after the conclusion of the Los Cabos Offshore Tournament, held Oct. 18 to 21.
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