In memory of
Larry Bishop
In memory of
Larry Bishop
Larry Bishop Indio - April 25, 1936-February 5, 2020 Larry Bishop of Indio, CA, passed away suddenly on February 5, 2020. Born in Denver, Colorado to Ronald and Lois, Larry was a proud USC Trojan fan and alumni. He graduated USC in 1961 with a degree in Journalism and Public Relations. Larry's career as a business executive spanned over 40 years, the majority of which was spent in the aeronautic industry. Highlights include VP of Communications at Frontier Airlines, VP of Investor Relations at Lockheed and VP of Communications at Boeing. Following his retirement from Boeing, Larry was a senior consultant with Beacon Advisors providing strategic counsel in areas of communication, corporate positioning and crisis management. He also served on the national board of trustees and executive council for Camp Fire USA. Larry is survived by his loving wife of 48 years Nancy, daughters Renée Jennings (David), Michelle Flam (Daren), and grandchildren Sean, Taylor and Jackson. Larry loved golf and spending time with his family and friends. He and Nancy often planned trips to include visits with the many dear friends he made throughout his career. Once retired in Indio, he and Nancy became active in their church, Shepherd of the Valley United Methodist Church. A celebration of life will be scheduled at a later date.
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In memory of
Larry Bishop
Larry Bishop Indio - April 25, 1936-February 5, 2020 Larry Bishop of Indio, CA, passed away suddenly on February 5, 2020. Born in Denver, Colorado to Ronald and Lois, Larry was a proud USC Trojan fan and alumni. He graduated USC in 1961 with a degree in Journalism and Public Relations. Larry's career as a business executive spanned over 40 years, the majority of which was spent in the aeronautic industry. Highlights include VP of Communications at Frontier Airlines, VP of Investor Relations at Lockheed and VP of Communications at Boeing. Following his retirement from Boeing, Larry was a senior consultant with Beacon Advisors providing strategic counsel in areas of communication, corporate positioning and crisis management. He also served on the national board of trustees and executive council for Camp Fire USA. Larry is survived by his loving wife of 48 years Nancy, daughters Renée Jennings (David), Michelle Flam (Daren), and grandchildren Sean, Taylor and Jackson. Larry loved golf and spending time with his family and friends. He and Nancy often planned trips to include visits with the many dear friends he made throughout his career. Once retired in Indio, he and Nancy became active in their church, Shepherd of the Valley United Methodist Church. A celebration of life will be scheduled at a later date.
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