Household of lacking lobsterman planning memorial occasions

The household of Tylar Michaud, the 18-year-old lobsterman who went lacking at sea July 21, is planning a number of celebrations of his life, the Portland Press Herald reported.

One occasion is deliberate for an area gymnasium to accommodate the big quantity of people that need to attend. The household can also be planning a fireworks show, which they advised the Press Herald Michaud would have cherished. Later this month, they’re planning a memorial on the ocean, following a convention of throwing a wreath into the water whereas being circled by different boats.

Michaud was final seen on the morning of July 21 heading out for the day to haul and set traps close to Petit Manan Level, in accordance with the Maine Marine Patrol. His boat, Prime Gun, was discovered empty that night within the space he had been fishing with proof that he might have been dragged overboard along with his gear. His household reported him lacking at 5 p.m. when he did not return residence.