BARNEGAT LIGHT, N.J. — The brother of the skipper of the Mary B II, who died with two others when their crab boat capsized late Tuesday night time, stated fishing was Stephen Biernacki’s ardour.
“My brother started out at a really younger age fishing,” Dennis Biernacki advised WCAU in Philadelphia. “He was a beneficiant man. We’re gonna miss him dearly.”
Biernacki, 50, of Barnegat Mild, N.J. died along with longtime good friend James Lacey, forty eight, of South Toms River, N.J., and Joshua Porter, 50, of Toledo, Ore. The boat capsized as they tried to cross the Yaquina Bay bar.
Stephen Biernacki’s sister-in-regulation stated he lived to be at sea.
“You understand how you say you’re seasick. Properly, Steven was all the time landsick. He was better off on water,” she stated.
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Buddies at the Viking Village docks the place Biernacki and Lacey fished say the pair shall be missed. The wharf is where Biernacki stored his first boat, the Mary B, namesake of the Mary B II, purchased by his mom and moored at Yaquina Bay.
“Each real exhausting staff. Good guys. It is a disgrace,” stated one fisherman.
Another stated, “They fished here for years and years and Steve was in search of a brand new begin on the market.”
Dennis Biernacki had a prophetic remembrance about his brother’s life.
“His ardour was to die at sea too as a result of that is what he beloved so much.”
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