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  1. July 2, 1950. Roanoke, Virginia, U.S. Died. ( 2011-02-14) February 14, 2011 (aged 60) El Cerrito, California, U.S. [1] Website. innerlightsurf .com. Yancy Bailey Spencer III (July 2, 1950 – February 14, 2011) was a surfer from Pensacola, Florida, who was widely regarded as the father of Gulf Coast surfing.

  2. 15 feb 2011 · In the past two weeks the surf world has lost two legends in the form of fabled photographer Leroy Grannis and surf icon Jimmy Blears. Yesterday, a third name was added to that list when the "godfather" of Gulf Coast surfing, Yancy Spencer III, died of a heart attack in Malibu. He was 60 years old.

  3. 3 apr 2011 · By Story/Photos By Pat Light. Cecil Lear called me with the news – Yancy Spencer had died. He was only 60, and in amazing shape in every respect of the word. He had been surfing in Malibu and came in because he didn’t feel well. Paramedics were called but were unable to save him.

  4. THE STORY OF YANCY SPENCER III. Yancy first picked up a surfboard and his inaugural wave on the Gulf of Mexico at Pensacola Beach, FL on May 1, 1965. Regarded internationally as the best surfer to come out of the Gulf Coast area, Yancy remembers the summer of '65 when out of curiosity he picked up a friend's board and paddled out among the waves.

  5. 15 feb 2011 · Gulf Coast surfing legend Yancy Spencer III died on Monday from a heart attack after surfing Malibu in California. “He was very healthy, very fit,” his brother and partner, J.B. Schluter,...

  6. 16 feb 2011 · I know it is not a huge surf community, rich in surf culture, but Yancy Spencer was as noble of a surfer to ever call the Gulf of Mexico home. And to all of us that share the bond of having to surf some of the worst waves on the planet, he was our Duke.

  7. 21 feb 2023 · February 21, 2023. Twelve years ago, thousands of locals from the surf community and beyond paddled out on Pensacola Beach in memory of Yancy Spencer III. If you’re a local, especially a surfer, you remember Spencer as The Godfather of Gulf Coast surfing. The title stems from the 1960’s when Spencer started the surf scene on the the shores ...