Culbreth, Winton D.

Culbreth, Winton D copyA Memorial Service will be held Saturday, June 22, 2013 at Gateway Fellowship SBC in Gilbert, AZ.  Winton, age 83, was born August 1, 1929 in Columbia, AL to the late Jesse and Ettie Mae Webb Culbreth. He passed away at home in Gold Canyon, AZ under hospice care on June 10, 2013 after a long battle with multiple cancers. He retired from the Air Force as a Lt. Colonel after serving 30 years as a pilot. He flew 130 B-52 bombing missions during the Vietnam War. He was a loving husband, father, brother, grandfather and great grandfather and will be greatly missed. Lt. Col. Culbreth was preceded in death by Deolyn, the mother of his children; son, Mitch; sister, Minnie Benefield; and brothers, Bill, Robert, Earl and Max. Survivors include his wife Bobbie; sons, Bret (Terry) and Steve (Sandy); daughters, Debi and Terri; granddaughters, Misty and Ami (Roman); great-grandchildren, Jack, Simon and Sophie; step-sons, George (Suzanne), Jeff, Crews (Suzette) and Michael; step-grandchildren, Caroline, Wyatt, Katy, Jacob, Peter, Caleb and Liam, as well as his brother, Charles (Burna Dean) and sister, Sue Sellers. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Winton’s beloved Gateway Fellowship Southern Baptist Church, 60 N. Recker Road, Gilbert, AZ 85234 in memory of Winton Culbreth.

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One Response to “Culbreth, Winton D.”

  1. Dear Winton Family;

    While reading the online obituary, I observed the death of your loved one.
    Death is an enemy to mankind and who can understand it? It can and dose have a devastating effect on you and your family as well.

    Can you imagine reading a newspaper with the headline, “When Death is Swallowed Up Forever….” What a wonderful time that will be. Revelation 21:4 offers this hope, it states: “And he (God) will wipe out every tear from thier eyes and death will be no more, neither will morning nor outcry be anymore. The fromer things have passed away.” What a comforting hope.

    If you would be interested in learning even more, I can send you a little tract that is entitle “What Hope for Dead Loved Ones”? What a wonderful time that will be. Revelation 21:4 offfers this hope, it states: “And he (God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will morning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” What a comforting hope.

    If you would be interested in learning even more, I can send you a little tract that is entitle “What Hope for Dead Loved Ones”? If you have any Questions please feel free to contact me at this e-mail address here (moc.oohaynull@65anilom.b).

    I offer my sincere condolences, may the God of peace be with you and your family.

    Sincerely Yours,
    Brandy Molina

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