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December 14, 1957 ~ December 6, 2023 (age 65) 65 Years Old
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Earnest Culbreath was born on December 14, 1957, to James and Ola Mae Culbreath in Brunswick, Georgia. Earnest Culbreath received his formal education at Brunswick High School in Brunswick, GA. He accepted Christ as his Savior at an early age.
In his leisure, he enjoyed singing, creating new business ideas, and watching his favorite team, the Dallas Cowboys. He dabbled in local politics. He also mentored young men on Brunswick High Football team from 1990 until the early 2000 alongside Coach John Willis. He was known as “Coach Pee Wee.” He was CEO of the Black Chamber of Commerce and owner of LJR Construction.
Earnest Culbreath departed this life on December 6, 2023. He was preceded in death by his parents, James and Ola Mae Culbreath; brothers, James Earl Culbreath, Thomas “Tip” Culbreath, Dennis Culbreath, and Johnny “Bossey” Culbreath; sisters, Bernice Friend, Barbara Ann Culbreath, and Lois Berko; granddaughter, Tashara Culbreath; partner in life, Debra Ann Fairell.
He leaves to cherish his memories: daughters, LaShebia (Kralith) Jones-El, Jameka Culbreath and Rashanda Kirksey Culbreath; children in love, Leslie Tyson and Patrick Fairell; two sisters, Carolyn Gamble and Barbara Jean Brockman; thirteen grandchildren; special friend, Sharon Richardson; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
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