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Arthur Charles Bisbee

Arthur Charles Bisbee 79, Passed away on September 9th, 2021, at Palm Garden of Pinellas.  He was Born on June 4th, 1942, in Derby CT. to the late Alma and Charles Bisbee.  After graduating from Manatee High School in FL, Arthur joined the US NAVY in June 1961.  He Served for 6 years abord the USS Dyess where he oversaw auxiliary machine shop.  After His Honorable Discharge from the Navy Arthur went to worked for Sears where in his 22 years, he became the Southeastern Regional Service Manager.

According to his family “He could fix anything”.  He retired from Sears and went into business for himself with wholesale Italian Ice and Nate’s Hot dog stand which sat on the St. Pete Pier approach. This adventure started him off on doing concessions for many events around the Tampa Bay area.  You could spot him at any of the events just by looking for his big “Charlie Daniels Hat” according to his daughter.  Arthur was a loving father, a wonderful Grandfather and an Amazing Person.

He is survived by his beloved soulmate and partner of 59 yrs., Dolores Bisbee, Son Arthur J Bisbee and wife Sylvia of Fayetteville NC. Daughter Debra Piatt and Mike Piatt, Sidney OH.  Daughter Christine Ellis and Husband Raymond Ellis of Madison FL, Three Grandsons James J McCarthy, Kyle Bisbee and Raymond Ellis Jr. Three Grand Daughters Chelsea Piatt, Samantha Piatt and Allura Ellis.  Two Great-granddaughters Rosemary and Freya. His Brother Bruce Bisbee and Nephew Mike Bisbee.

Services will be held at Bay Pines National Cemetery Thursday September 23, @ 12:30pm.

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  • Candy Duncan says:

    I want to give you all my deepest condolences in losing a very special person. I have been praying for you all to find peace in knowing that he no longer has to fight. He can finally rest.
    I love you all.

    I can’t be there in person like I wanted to, but please know my heart is with you all.

  • Betsy Hertlein-Land says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. You all are in my prayers. I wish I could be there, but know I’m thinking of you guys.

    Love you all very much!!!

  • Jarrod Goldberg says:

    My deepest sympathies for the loss of Art. He was like a second dad to me , growing up on the Florida gulf coast in the 80’s was a blessing and it seemed we were all either out in the neighborhood playing football or hanging out at Art & Delores house all the time and always felt so welcome and had so much fun in the perpetual summer that is Florida . Whenever he would give the keys to the “Van” to Arthur , we just thought we were kings of the world riding around in it together. I’ll always cherish so many memories and fun times . Art was a wonderful dad, husband , friend and I am sure grand father as well. I am happy he is being laid to rest according to his wishes with his fellow veterans .
    Will meet again one day and there will be no sadness , sickness or pain only happiness and joy .
    REV. 21:4

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