Carl Edward Fieber, III
Passed away at home in Ahuimanu, Kaneohe on December 20, 2021. He was 77 years old. He was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, raised in Cudahy a suburb of Milwaukee, and graduated from Cudahy High School. After graduation he joined the US Navy and was stationed at Ford Island in Pearl Harbor Hawaii as a Photo Intelligence specialist. Hawaii was his dream assignment and he loved everything about Hawaii. After his discharge, he had to return to Wisconsin where he worked at the US Forest Service for 3 years as a Cartographic Technician. Vowing to return to Hawaii he did so in 1969 and soon was hired by the State DOT as a Cartographic Technician until his retirement in 1994. Carl had a passion for doing Raku pottery as a career and business dba Melekula Pottery. He had a reputation as a talented and unique ceramic artist producing beautiful one-of-a-kind large Raku vessels incorporating various glazes and metals and wires of all kinds. His works were admired and acquired by museums, art galleries, interior designers, art collectors, and businesses and hotels in Hawaii, continental US, and Japan. He also specialized in making various ceramic ware such as tea bowls for the Japanese tea ceremony Chanoyu. He was a member of Hawaii Craftsmen and the Urasenke Foundation. Carl always worked hard at whatever he did doing the best he could no matter what. May he now rest in peace with the angels and with God. Private Services.
Arrangements Provided By: Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary
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