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B2B Publishing Executive Ed Bobit Remembered As 'Force Of Nature'

Posted on July 9, 2014
Several hundred mourners attended the July 9 memorial service for Bobit Business Media founder Edward J. Bobit at St. John Fisher church in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.

Several hundred mourners attended the July 9 memorial service for Bobit Business Media founder Edward J. Bobit at St. John Fisher church in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.

Several hundred mourners attended the July 9 memorial service for Bobit Business Media founder Edward J. Bobit at St. John Fisher church in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.
Several hundred mourners attended the July 9 memorial service for Bobit Business Media founder Edward J. Bobit at St. John Fisher church in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.

Family, friends, and colleagues paid their respects to Ed Bobit at a memorial service and commemorative reception July 9, honoring the Bobit Business Media founder and chairman as a publishing force known for his tough-but-fair approach to business and family.

Bobit Business Media owns LCT Magazine, which Ed Bobit's son, Ty Bobit, the current CEO, acquired in 1983.

Limousine industry attendees included: National Limousine Association board directors Ron Stein and Kevin Illingworth; Southern California operators Jeff Maxwell and Mo Garkani; and Grech Motors CEO Ed Grech and his wife, Adela.

Automotive Fleet Magazine article and tribute content here

Related Topics: Bobit Business Media, deaths, Ed Bobit, industry leaders, LCT Magazine, leadership, memorial

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