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Kerry Scott Culb

December 1, 1961 — December 24, 2020

Kerry S. Culb, age 59 of Green Bay, completed his final journey peacefully at home in the arms of his wife, with his family at his side on December 24, 2020, in Green Bay.

He was born in Stoughton, Wisconsin on December 1, 1961 to Charles and Judy (Lawton) Culb

Kerry was a living angel, a faithful husband to his wife, a devoted son to his parents, a loving and caring big brother to his sister, a proud father to his son, a strong role model to his step-children and a helpful son-in-law.

He was always helping others no matter what the challenge. He loved classic cars and NASCAR races. He designed, built and raced #92 Chevy Lumina at Columbus, Wisconsin Speedway. He could remodel a home, rebuild an engine, install commercial/residential glass, and repair most any object with great ease.

He touched many lives at his different ventures. He owned his own glass company, KC Glasswerks in Madison, drove limousine for Gallant Knight Limousine, of Madison, and was a glass repairman and installer at ABC Glass.

In 2013, he moved to Green Bay, to start his life with his true love and soulmate, Karen (Tremel). Kerry and Karen Culb were married May 3, 2014 at the bridal church, in Green Bay. They had a fairy tale wedding that continued until the end of his time.

Kerry was employed at Northern Management, LLC since 2013. As a Maintenance Supervisor, Kerry was able to show and expand his great talents. He was very proud of his position and he was very passionate about his work. In 2018, his wife and step-son, James, joined him at Northern Management and are continuing his legacy there.

In his free time, Kerry enjoyed remodeling our home and playing with our beloved pet Scooby-Doo, who was his best little buddy. Kerry loved to laugh, joke around, work on the yard, watch the NASCAR races and Green Bay Packers and hang out with his family.

Kerry is survived by his wife, Karen Culb (Tremel), his parents, Charles & Judy (Lawton) Culb of Janesville, Wisconsin, his sister & brother-In-Law, Michelle and Allen Hessom of Janesville, Wisconsin, his son, Collin Culb of Sun Prairie, Wisconsin and Collin’s fiancé Courtney Broekman, his step-children, Tony Hernandez, James Hernandez, and Alexis Hrabik, all of Green Bay, his mother-in-law, Jean Tremel, of Green Bay, Wisconsin, special nieces, Chelsea Phillips of Janesville and Arielle Tenor of Green Bay. Kerry is also survived by 3 grandchildren, Aiden of Green Bay, Ryder & Ariya of Sun Prairie. He is further survived by many special uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends as well as very special friends, Brian Travers and neighbors Don And Cindy of Green Bay.

He was preceded in death by his father-in-law Frank Tremel

The family would like to extend special thank you to all those who supported and cared for him throughout his journey. The Vince Lombardi Cancer Center and Dr. Umang Gautam for helping us fight. Other Aurora Bay Medical Center staff to be thanked are Aurora Hospice team for their support, Karen's uncle and Norbertine priest, Fr. Jerome Tremel for performing his final blessing, Chaplain David from Aurora BayCare Medical Center and Chris J. Cody at Heart of the Valley Cremation, of Appleton, for his compassion and help with final arrangements.

The family would also like to thank a special angel, friend and caregiver Saygda. Her compassion and love will never be forgotten.

A Memorial Service and Celebration of Life will be in summer of 2021. Notification will be forthcoming.

At this time, memorials may be directed to the family or mailed to Kerry Culb Memorial Fund Fund, c/o Heart of the Valley Cremation, 101 N. Elm Street, Kimberly WI 54136.
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