‘Last Ride’ planned in memory of Bob’s House of Honda founder

JACKSON, Tennessee – A special farewell is being planned in memory of a beloved business owner.

Robert Beasley, owner and founder of Bob’s House of Honda in Jackson, died on October 24 at age 90.

According to a Bob’s House of Honda employee, Beasley has owned and operated the store since 1968, with countless customers remembering Beasley for selling them their very first motorcycle.

Since Beasley was an avid motorcyclist, a “Last Ride” will be held in his honor to accompany his body from the funeral home to the grave.

Beasley’s funeral service will be held at the Chapel of Englewood Baptist Church on Saturday, October 29 at 2 p.m. The “Last Ride” follows the service with a motorcycle escort to Ridgecrest Cemetery.

Click here to view Beasley’s obituary.

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