In memory of
Wayne L. Culler
In memory of
Wayne L. Culler
Wayne L. Culler A Retired Master Chief, US Navy, Wayne was a resident of Santa Clara for 50 years. Born in Colville, Washington, Wayne passed away at age 81 on February 8, 2005. During his 20 years in the Navy, he served aboard the USS Hornet CV8 from the time it was commissioned until it was sunk in the naval battle for the Santa Cruz Islands. Wayne was on the flight deck when Doolittle launched the famous raid on Tokyo and saw action with the Hornet during the battle of Midway. After retiring from the Navy, he began a career at Lockheed as a test engineer with numerous intriguing assignments connected to the Space Shuttle and other aerospace projects. Wayne's passion for flying led him to become a flight instructor. Other hobbies included: dog training, bowling, square dancing and bridge. He is survived by his wife of 60 years Marjorie, sons Larry, Steve, Ken and Dave, 10 grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Services will be held this Saturday, February 12th at 10:00 a.m. at St. Justin's Catholic Church, 2655 Homestead Road, Santa Clara.
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In memory of
Wayne L. Culler
Wayne L. Culler A Retired Master Chief, US Navy, Wayne was a resident of Santa Clara for 50 years. Born in Colville, Washington, Wayne passed away at age 81 on February 8, 2005. During his 20 years in the Navy, he served aboard the USS Hornet CV8 from the time it was commissioned until it was sunk in the naval battle for the Santa Cruz Islands. Wayne was on the flight deck when Doolittle launched the famous raid on Tokyo and saw action with the Hornet during the battle of Midway. After retiring from the Navy, he began a career at Lockheed as a test engineer with numerous intriguing assignments connected to the Space Shuttle and other aerospace projects. Wayne's passion for flying led him to become a flight instructor. Other hobbies included: dog training, bowling, square dancing and bridge. He is survived by his wife of 60 years Marjorie, sons Larry, Steve, Ken and Dave, 10 grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Services will be held this Saturday, February 12th at 10:00 a.m. at St. Justin's Catholic Church, 2655 Homestead Road, Santa Clara.
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