Ray Nebus Obituary, Death – We regret to inform you that our good friend and fellow angler, Ray Nebus, passed away recently. He will be greatly missed. Ray was an amazing person overall, and he had a good nature. He was the brains behind the immensely popular “Kid’s Day at the Dock” event and served as a dependable fulcrum for the entirety of the fishing community. We were all profoundly influenced by Ray’s enthusiasm for fishing, as well as his wealth of fishing-related information, experience, and anecdotes. Above all else, we will be thankful for his companionship and all of the wonderful moments that we shared with him and our loved ones.
Yesterday, the fishing community lost an important figure and an even finer person when one of their own passed away. Ray Nebus was the kind of fisherman that every other angler looks up to. yesterday night, a very close friend of mine passed away from cancer. We were more than just friends with Ray Nebus; we were more like members of each other’s families. He was present even when the others who were ostensibly his “friends” were not. It is not fair that he did so much for so many people because he helped so many. I’m sure those of you who knew him will agree with me on this.
“Because of Ray, I’ve become a more well-rounded individual. Penny, you have everyone’s love. I wish you calm seas and favorable winds, my friend. Till we meet again. He played an important role in the Berkeley Striper Club’s kids day at the pier, which aimed to pass on fishing knowledge to younger generations. It will be sad to see him go, since he was a familiar face on the fishing scene in this area for a good number of years. We owe a significant portion of our understanding of fishing to Ray, as well as a significant portion of what it is to be a good person. This coming Saturday, December 17th, from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM, funeral services will be place at Ryan’s Funeral Home in Seaside Park (which is located directly across the street from the shop).