Captain Fisher Bain Culbreth, III

July 27, 1972 - November 20, 2009
Captain Fisher Bain Culbreth, III

Captain Fisher Bain Culbreth, III, 37, of Wilmington died Friday November 20, 2009 at his home.

Fisher was born in Portsmouth, VA. July, 27, 1972 the son of Fisher Bain Culbreth, Jr. Fisher resides with his mother and step father Betty Dees Robert and David Roberts, and brothers Ty’ Quay Roberts and Wesley Carter.

Surviving in addition to his parents are his wife Angela L. Culbreth and step daughter of Carolina Beach, brother Joey Culbreth of Lakeland, FL. Also beloved Aunts, Uncles, Nieces, Nephews and his precious beloved dog Snapper along with many cherished friends.

Memorial service will be 2:00 PM, Sunday, November 22, 2009 at Wilmington Burial and Cremation Service with Reverend John Andrews officiating. A surfers funeral will be held 2:00 PM, December 12, 2009 at Pelican Watch.

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  • November 28, 2009
    Kelly Dees says:
    Growing up with Fisher has been a blast.Good and bad times.Watching him drag a surf board across the boat dock,because he was to small to carry it.Fisher jumped off the end of piers at CB. He was to small to paddle out,but it never stopped Fisher from going to surf.People just watched the little Fish. He became a Amatuer pro surfer.Then got hurt in a car accident,he thought live was over. His sponsers got him to sell anything that had to do with surfing.He keep going to the ocean with his dog snapper and decided to become greatest fisherman ever.Let me tell you when nobody could find the fish,HE COULD!He had an eye for the water.He taught me and sandy how to pop it.I love you fish and will be missed.When you feel all is lost everthingand live in the past all the time and cant put one foot in front of the other everday.What do you have?Nothing! THERE IS SOMEONE TO TALK TO ALL THE TIME.HE HEARS YOU! JUST TALK TO HIM!Drugs,depression,alcohol and sucide isnt the answer to your problems.To leave loved ones and everyone else with asking why.But in each one of us in our hearts no the truth about my nephew Fisher. Because people weren't there for him when he needed help,no guilt to be shed.Fisher did what he wanted to do,always has. So let Fisher be with GOD and out to sea with the RED FISH where he belongs!REST NOW,FOREVER REST IN PEACE! AUNT KELLY

  • November 22, 2009
    Patty & Jimmy Willis says:
    May God be with Betty, David and the rest of Fisher's family during these difficult times. You are in our thoughts and prayers. May Fisher rest in peace, he will be missed by many.

  • November 23, 2009
    kelly richards says:
    fisher had more natural talent than anyone i ever made boards for. We just lost a hell of a waterman but more important a hell of a good guy

  • November 23, 2009
    Lisa Dees Brown says:
    Our family is deeply saddened by the loss of our Fisher. I to remeber being a teenager watching him surf from the beach, going to surfing contest when we should have been in school,fishing with him on the boats and family gatherings were I always got a big hug and we talked about our past.I was always proud to call him my nephew. I know in my heart fisher has found the peace he was looking for.Our family will never be the same.

  • November 23, 2009
    Luke and Melissa Epps says:
    We are sorry for your loss. Your family will be in our prayers.