PORTLAND, Ore. — The celebration of life for Portland City Commissioner Nick Fish will be Sunday Feb. 16, at Portland State University.

Fish died on Jan. 2 after battling abdominal cancer for two years. He was 61.

He spent 11 years serving on the Portland City Council and called it the great honor of his life.

The celebration of life will be held Feb. 8 inside PSU's Smith Memorial Student Union Ballroom at 3 p.m.

The event is open to the public but seating will be limited. The event will be livestreamed here.

Former Gov. Barbara Roberts will be one of the speakers.

Editor's note: The celebration of life was initially scheduled for Feb. 8 but has been moved to Feb. 16.

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