Jaime Bibiano Obituary, Death – Jaime’s birthday is December 4th, and he was born in the Mexican municipality of Valle de Tacupeto on that day in 1931. Bibiano Jaime Sr. and Amelia Ruiz Jaime were his grandfather and grandmother, respectively, on his father’s side. His mother has the surname Jaime as her maiden name. In 1953, he uprooted his life and found work at the Royal Medjool Date Farms in Winterhaven, California. These farms were known for producing high-quality dates. These farms were well-known for the quality of the dates that they produced. These farms were famous throughout the region for the high-quality dates that they grew and harvested.
In addition to this, Ignacio was the owner of Jaime Date Farm in addition to managing the business. Jaime Date Farm was located in California. He is survived by his wife, Maria Rosario Jaime; his children Federico and David (Jesse) Jaime of Bard, California; Norma (Leon) Medart of Grants Pass, Oregon; Luz E.(Robert) Orta of Yuma, Arizona; Elsa Jaime of Yuma, Arizona; Wilfrido Jaime of Mexico; Mariela (Jaime) Gonzalez of Bard, California and Ricardo Jaime of Bard, California; as well as his siblings
Before he left, his wife Amelia Jaime, his daughter Maria Flora Jaime, and his son Ignacio Jaime Jr., as well as both of his parents, Bibiano and Amelia Jaime, left. On May 4, there will be a viewing held at Yuma Mortuary, beginning at five in the evening and continuing until nine in the evening. The viewing will begin at five in the evening. The viewing will start at five and last until nine o’clock in the evening. The funeral services are going to be held at the Yuma Mortuary on May 5 between the hours of ten in the morning and twelve in the afternoon. The services are slated to start at ten in the morning and continue until twelve in the afternoon.