As a Salisbury native, Bob Culver is no stranger to most Wicomico County residents. Elected to his current position as County Executive in November 2014, he has spearheaded many initiatives to better serve the community with efficiency and cost-effective management principles. Before becoming Executive, he served in his first term in the Wicomico County Council’s At-Large position, starting in November of 2010.
Culver was raised on his family’s farm and attended Wicomico County Schools. Starting at Pemberton Elementary school, he attended Wicomico Junior High and graduated from Wicomico High School in 1970.
For his higher education studies, Culver attended Chowan University in Murfreesboro, North Carolina, where he received an Associate’s Degree in Pre-Law. At such time, he transferred back to the area, attending Salisbury State College in 1972, where he pursued a degree majoring in Economics along with a minor in Business Administration.
In 1972, Culver started his career in real estate sales, after which he transferred over to owning his own construction and land development business. While at the helm of Culver Construction Company, he oversaw the creation of four subdivisions in the County, consisting of over 150 homes.
Additionally, as a consummate entrepreneur, Culver has employed many Wicomico County residents through his various business interests – always giving back his beloved hometown.
Culver’s open-door policy welcomes residents to engage in a healthy dialogue with a goal to improve on the County’s services and procedures while inspiring confidence under his leadership.
As a civil servant to the residents of Wicomico County, Culver takes his position very seriously and is always seeking ways to improve and provide innovation to area. He views his position as an honor and in doing so, looks to catapult the County into new vistas which will benefit the residents and continue many time-honor Eastern Shore traditions the area is known for throughout Maryland region.
Please refer to the other areas on this website to find out more information on Culver’s achievements from his years of service and his initiatives for Wicomico County’s future.