Chris Culverhouse Death – On the 5th of March 2023, Chris Culverhouse passed away. Chris Culverhouse died from undisclosed circumstances. The cause of death and manner of death of Chris Culverhouse was not released to the public at the time of this publication. Chris “ Pinky” Culverhouse was one of the first artists to begin working at Ink House Tattoos. He was a fantastic person who was always pleasant, polite, and generous with his time and money. It is said that throughout the course of a big number of years, Chris coached and assisted in the career development of a large number of younger football players.
He was someone that many people looked up to as someone who would challenge them, help them break out of their comfort zone, and constantly tell them how delighted he was with them for what they had accomplished.
Who was Chris Culverhouse?
Chris Culverhouse was born in Odenville, Alabama. He resided in Birmingham, Alabama. Reports state that Chris attended Hewitt – Trussville High School. Hewitt-Trussville High School is a public high school in Trussville, Alabama, that offers all four years of secondary education. The only high school offered by Trussville City Schools, Robert Hewitt High School is named after a pioneering educator who worked in the area. The school’s mascot is referred to as the Huskies, and the colors red and gray are the school’s official colors.
He worked at Retired / Disabled at Harley-Davidson. Harley-Davidson, Inc. is an American motorcycle manufacturer headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. Founded in 1903, it is one of two major American motorcycle manufacturers to survive the Great Depression along with its historical rival, Indian Motorcycles. Reports state that Chris was a happily married man.
Nicholas Waugh shared tribute to his friend saying; ‘Well not the news I wanted to get when I got out of the hospital one of my truly best friends that new more about me that most people do and a great tattoo artist Chris Culverhouse (aka) pinky passed away you will truly be missed you don’t know how many lives that you touched and after your wreck years ago when we worked at Harley Davidson together you made a change in your life for the better and you touched so many more people because of your past just know I am truly glad that I was able to call you a true friend.’
Chris Culverhouse obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by the family at a later date.
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