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 Alabama "Bama" Caroline Brown Fulfer
(December 20, 1861-May 05, 1935)


Ochiltree County Herald
Perryton, Tx


Mrs. J. D. Fulfer


Funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon at the Perryton Methodist church with Rev. W. B. Vaughn afficiating (sic), for Mrs. J. D.  Fulfer, age 73, who passed away on May 5, at her home in this city.  Interment was in the Ochiltree cemetery.


Miss Alabama Carey Brown was morn(sic)  in Arkansas on December 20,  1861. When about twelve years of age, she removed with her parents to Texas, later going to Oklahoma, where she made her home until coming to Perryton fifteen years ago.


She was first married to George Ingle.  To this union were born two sons. In November, 1890, she was again married to J. D. Fulfer,  three children to this union.


When just a young girl, she was converted and united with the Methodist church.  Through all these years, she lived true  to her faith and we believe she has gone to her just reward above.  For the past several years, she was confined to her home on account of blindness.


Surviving relatives are the husband; two daughter; Mrs. Bessie Barclay and Mrs. Grace Chick, Perryton; three sons; Ed Ingle, Comanche, Oklahoma; Terry Ingle, Mansville, Oklahoma; and Bert Fulfer, Perryton; twenty grandchildren, and several great grandchildren.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



  Alice Selena Fulfer
(March 7, 1901-August 24, 1963)


Modoc County Record
September 3, 1963


Selena Fulfer, 62, Last Rites Held


Alice Selena Fulfer, 62, passed away ath the Cedarville Medical Center August 24. Services were conducted from Kerr Chapel and interment was in the Alturs cemetery.


The deceased had been a resident of
Canby and Modoc County since 1940.  She was born in Doyle Oklahoma on March 7, 1901.


She was married to Jack Fulfer in Purrell, Oklahoma December 23, 1917.  Her husband preceded her in death August 29, 1957.


She is survived by five daughters, Margie Locke, Ft. Jones; Selena, Adin; Peggy Tuschi, San Mateo; Jean Sisson, French Camp; and June Boyd of Canby. A son, Bud Fulfer, Canaby.


Also surviving are 17 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren.
Submitted by Vanessa Deshazer



  Andrew Dee Fulfur
(August 02, 1902-January 14, 1991)

Daily News
Red Bluff, CA
Tuesday, January 15, 1991


Andrew Dee Fulfur, 88, of Red Bluff died Monday at a local convalescent hospital.


Mr. Fulfur was born in Red Bluff County, Texas, Oct. 2, 1902.  He had been a resident of Tehama County since 1979, moving here from the Delano area.  He was involved in farming and ranch work most of his life, including many years with the P.M. Kite Ranch in Kern County.


Surviving are sons Marvin and Jim, both of Salem, Ore., and Truman of Bakersfield; daughters Ruth Turner of Kingwood, Texas and Mary Dee Callaway of Burbank; brother Virgil of Delano; half-brother, Wylie Daniels of Watonga, Okla.; sister Laurene Hinsley of Warner, Texas: half-sister Opal Bench of Watonga; 15 grandchildren; and 18 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife Mary in April 1984.


Private services will be held this week.  Chapel of the Fowers in handling arrangements.
Note: Andrew Dee Fulfer has been found on several sources under the name FULFUR.
Submitted By Vanessa DeShazer



  Annie Davis Fulfer
(January 22, 1860-June 9, 1950)


The Modesto Bee
Saturday June 10, 1950
Page 7 Col. 3


Mrs. Annie Fulfer, 90, Succumbs in Oakdale.


Mrs. Annie Fulfer, 90 year old native of Texas, died yesterday at the home of her son, Albert Fulfer (Elbert) of Oakdale, after a lengthy illness.


She had lived in that community for about a year.


In addition to her son in Oakdale, she leaves another son, Foster Fulfer, and a daughter, Mrs. B. S. Mooring, both of Texas.


Funeral Services will be held at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the Chapel in Oakdale. Burial will be in Amarillo, Tex.


The Modesto Bee
Saturday, June 10, 1950
Page 8, Col. 1


Fulfer--In Oakdale, June 9th, Annie Fulfer; loving mother of Albert Fulfer of Oakdale, Foster Fulfer and Mrs. B. S. Mooring of Texas.  A native of Texas, aged 90 years old.


Friends are invited to attend funeral services Saturday at 7:30 PM in the Gordon Jarouch Chapel, Oakdale.  Remains will be forwarded to Amarillo, Tex., for interment.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



  Annie Ray Briggs Fulfer
(February 05, 1928-August 26, 2001)


Odessian American
August 28, 2001


NOVICE   Annie Ray Mickey  Fulfer, 73, of Odessa, a homemaker, died Sunday, Aug. 26, 2001, at her residence.
Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Rough Creek Cemetery with the Rev. David Adkins officiating. Arrangements by Hubbard-Kelly Funeral Home.
She was born in Coleman.
SURVIVORS: Daughter, Sally Holder of Odessa; sons, Larry Fulfer and Austin Fulfer, both of Odessa; 12 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer

 Barney Fulfer
(March 30, 1897-February 23, 1973)


Stephenville Empire Tribune
February 25, 1972

Fulfer

Funeral services will be at 2:00 p.m. this afternoon in the Stephenville Funeral Home Chapel for Barney Fulfer, 75, of Rote 1, Mingus, who passed away Friday night in Ranger General Hospital.


The Rev. Woody McClendon of the First United Methodist Church of Gordon will officiate with the Rev. Guy Birdwell of the Hannibal Methodist Church assisting.
Burial will be in the Exray Cemetery.


Born March 30, 1897, in Erath County, he was a lifelong resident and a retired farmer. He married Leola Hall on May 7, 1917.


Survivors include the widow; four sons, Teddy Ray Fulfer of Mingus, Billy Joe Fulfer of Gordon, Son Fulfer of Stephenville, and W. E. Fulfer of Fort Worth; three daughters, Mrs. Grady Crain of Mineola, and Mrs. Bob Phipps and Mrs. Alvin Bostic both of Fort Worth; a brother, Luther Fulfer of Mingus; a sister, Mrs. Raymond blue of Gordon; 14 grandchildren and five great grandchildren.


Pallbearers will be Rex Simmons, Howard Hall, Owen Ray Wynne, Willie Nathan Fulfer, Clifford W. Fulfer, Alvin Ray Blue, and Hershell Gibson.


Submitted by Cindy Shipman-volunteer


 


  Bertie Elizabeth Clayton Fulfer
(March 23, 1894-August 13, 1988)
Greenville Herald Banner
Monday, August 15, 1988


Commerce--Funeral services for longtime Commerce resident Bertie Clayton Fulfer, 94, will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Jones Memorial Chapel with Rev. Jackie Abbott officiating.  Burial will be in the Rosemound Cemetery.


Mrs. Fulfer was born March 23, 1894, in Glen Rose,  to Jasper and Mahley Fulfer Clayton.  She married W. T. Fulfer in Commerce on Dec. 28, 1919.  He preceded her in death in 1972.


Mrs. Fulfer was a homemaker.  She was a member of the College Street Baptist Church.


She is survived by two daughters, Lillian Riffle and Pauline Bussell, both of Commerce; one sister, Dollie Earwood of Malakoff; 11 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.


The family will receive visitors at the funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m. tonight.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Betty E. Fulfer


From '1870-1880 MORTALITY SCHEDULES OF LAMAR COUNTY, TEXAS,' compiled by Mary Stinson Claunch Lane, Paris, TX: Precinct 2, Page 1, SD 2, ED 74; No. 306;
Fulfer, Bettie E.; 19 year old white female, married; born in Mo.; father born in Mo.; mother born in Mo.; keeping house; died in Nov; cause - Consumption (disease contracted Mo.); attending physician - Dr. Norris Porter. (Marked out - died near Rosston, Cook Co., Tex.) *Ellen Manda Fulfer, 7/12, is listed in the same household number; she died in May.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Betty J. Fulfer
(December 11, 1949-June 13, 1996)


June 15, 1996
The Harrisburg Patriot
Page: B2
Subjects:
Region: Pennsylvania
Obituary: CARLISLE Betty J. Fulfer, 46, of Penn Twp., Cumberland County, died Thursday in Carlisle Hospital.
She attended Hays Grove United Methodist Church, Penn Twp.
She was the widow of Gary R. Fulfer. Surviving are three sons, Skylar R. Fulfer of Florida, Jason E. Fulfer at home and Robert McDaniel of Orlando, Fla.; her father, Walter McDaniel of Mansfield, Ohio; and a brother, Mike McDaniel, and two sisters, Linda Kiser and Joan Craft, all of Mansfield.
Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday in Myers Funeral Home, Mechanicsburg. Burial will be in St. John's Cemetery, Hampden Twp.
Viewing will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday in the funeral home.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



  Betty Lou Ragsdale Fulfer
(October 17, 1893-March 14, 1961)


FULFER SERVICE    


The funeral of Mrs. James C. Fulfer, 67, of Grayland community near Roxton, was set Wednesday at 4 p.m. at Roxton Baptist Church, the pastor, the Rev. Ben Smith officiating McDonald Funeral Home of Cooper had charge of burial in Rossland Cemetery, Roxton.


The former Miss Bertie Lou Ragsdale, daughter of J. C . and Zelphie (Massey) Ragsdale, Mrs. Fulfer was born in Tennessee, October 17, 1893. She and Mr. Fulfer were married in October, 1911. She died Tuesday morning at the Sanatarium where she was taken after a sudden illness at home.


She leaves her husband and these children; Mrs. J. Lee Richardson, Pecan Gap; Mrs. D. W. Jordan, Arlington; Mrs. Glen Stevens and J. C. Fulfer Jr. Garland; John B. Fulfer  and Billy Fulfer, Dallas; five grandchildren, and a brother, Wilkins Ragsdale, Pampa.
Submitted by Patsy Stevens


  Bobby Lynn Fulfer
(May 13, 1959-August 21, 1986)



This is not an obituary, but it gives details of his death.


The Fresno Bee
Friday, August 22, 1986


TRUCK DRIVER KILLED IN CRASH OF RIGS ON I-5


Three Rocks--An Oregon truck driver was killed early Thursday when he apparently fell asleep and his truck-trailer rig crashed into the rear of anohter truck-trailer rig on Interstate 5 just south of th ewestern Fresno County community of Three Rocks.


The victim was indentifed as Bobby Lynn Fulfer, 27, Salem.


According to the California Highway Patrol, Fulfer was southbound on I-5 about one mile north of Derrick Boulevard (Highway 33) when the accident happended about 5:30 a.m.


Officers said Fulfer was hauling a load of lumber when his righ hit the rear of the other rig, which was being driven by  Richard Carl Gee, 43, of Buttonwillow.  Officers said Gee's truck was pulling an empty trailer.


Gee and a passenger in Fulfer's truck, Mark Largent, 18, also of Salem, escaped with minor injuries.  Officers said Largent had been asleep in the truck's sleeper compartment.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer






  Bobby Jack Fulfer
(November 2, 1963-January 16, 1996)


January 18, 1996
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Page: 22;23


FORT WORTH - Bobby Jack Fulfer, 32, a computer programmer, died Tuesday in Fort Worth.
Funeral: 11 a.m. Saturday at Greenwood Funeral Home. Burial: Greenwood Memorial Park.
Mr. Fulfer was born Nov. 2, 1963, in Fort Worth. He was a programmer for Drill Master for a year and a half.
Survivors: Parents, Charlie and Janie Fulfer of Fort Worth; three brothers, Charles Fulfer Jr. of Palatka, Fla., David Fulfer of Fort Worth and James Fulfer of Amarillo; three sisters, Gerene Bryant of Fort Worth, Debra Nunez of Tucumcari, N.M., and Delita Kay Cox of Fort Worth; and several nieces and nephews. Greenwood Funeral Home 3100 White Settlement Road, 336-0584 Alice N. Goddard
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer





  Boyd Eulene Fulfer
(September 28, 1904-January 13, 1968)



The edition I found the obit in was a terrible microfilm copy; I'll do my best to type the correct names, etc....


 Jan 14, 1968 edition of The Monitor


BOYD E. FULFER
     ELSA - Boyd E. Fulfer, 63, died Saturday morning in  Knapp Memorial Hospital after a short illness.  He had resided at 310 E. 3rd St in Elsa and was a machinist for the Texas Plastic Co the past 12 years.  He was a native of Hunt County, Tex.
     Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ione Fulfer; two daughters, Mrs. Jolee Sutton of San Antonio and Mrs. Madonna Norman of Elsa; a son, Boyd E. Fulfer Jr. of Fort Worth; his mother, Mrs. Samuel Fulfer of Dallas; two sisters, Mrs. Virginia Reed and Mrs. Myrtel Lou Cherry of Dallas; three brothers, Brulene Fulfer of Van Alstyne, Billy Bob Fulfer of Azel (sp?) and Burt Fulfer of Seagoville, and three grandchildren.
     There will be ...............unreadable...............  The body will be forwarded to Commerce for services and interment.  The Goff (sp?) Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements in Commerce and the Caleb Funeral Home in Weslaco is in charge of local arrangements.


Credited to Tobie Neller-Hidalgo Co Volunteer
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Buel Franklin Fulfer
(May 13, 1920-August 28, 1965)


Dallas Morning News  
Sunday, August 29, 1965


FULFER
Buel, 716 Melrose, Richardson. Survived by wife, Mrs. Evelyn Fulfer; sons, Darryl and Gary Fulfer; daughter, Karen, all of Richardson; mother, Mrs. Mertie Fulfer, Dallas; brothers, Boyd Fulfer, Elsa, Texas; Burlene Fulfer, Van Alstyne; Bert Fulfer, Seagoville; Billy Bob Fulfer, Axel, Texas; sisters, Mrs. Virginia Reed, Mrs. Mertie Lou Cherry, both of Dallas.  Services 2 p.m. Monday, Richardson Missionary Baptist Church, 408 Waterview Dr., Rev. Lamar Hill, Rev. C.E. Patton and Rev. B. O. Burks officiating.  Interment Hillcrest.
RESTLAND FUNERAL HOME
Greenville at Valley View
Submitted by Bonnie Allen

 Burton "Bert" Fulfer
(January 09, 1879-January 06, 1941)


The Stephenville Empire-Tribune
Erath Co., TX
Friday, January 17, 1941


Rites Held For Bert Fulfer, 61


Funeral services were held at the Hannibal Church Wednesday afternoon, January 8 at 3 o'clock for Bert Fulfer, 61, well known resident of Erath County, who died in his home in the Hannibal community early Monday morning, January 6, following a long illness.


Rev. W. C. Ferguson, Baptist minister of Bluff Dale and Rev. W. H. Rucker, Baptist minister of Strawn, conducted the services which were attended by a large number of relatives and friends of the family.


Trewitt Funeral Home, had charge of all arrangements at the church and at the Hannibal cemetery where interment was made. Pallbearers serving at both services were Grady Miller, Montie Stewart, Dale Kay, Vance Moring, Lawerence Gordon, and Jack Stewart.  Friends and relatives assisting with flowers were Mrs. Willie White, Mrs. Ross Brown, Sue Fulfer, Daisy Gordon, La Rue Murray, Kathleen Rucker, Hazel Bruce and Viola Nalley.


Bert Fulfer was born January 9, 1879 in Hunt County, Texas, the son of Newt Fulfer and Cordelia Fulfer, who moved to Erath County when he was only two years  years (sic) old.  His parents settled on a farm in the Hannibal community in the north part of the county, where Bert Fulfer was reared and where he had since made his home.  He was married to Miss Dove McInroe 32 years ago at Exray.


His wife, Mrs. Bert Fulfer of Hannibal and their ten children survive him. The children are Elvis Fulfer of the home; Mrs. Bernice Stewart of Hannibal; Elbert Fulfer of Albuquerque, New Mexico; Mrs. Mildred Moring of Hannibal; Mrs. Barbara Kay of Wilson; Ralph Fulfer, Inez Fulfer, Henry Fulfer, Elmo Fulfer and Edna Dove Fulfer, all of the home.


He is also survived by six grandchildren; five sisters, Mrs. Oscar Williams, and Mrs. Henry Latimer of Stephenville; Mrs. Carrie Foster of Fort Worth; Mrs. Kate Patterson of Exray; Mrs. Dale Garrison of Portales, New Mexico, and three brothers, Clemmie Fulfer of Idalou; R. T. Fulfer and Curtis Fulfer of Exray.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


   


  Cyril Warren  "Tess" FULFER
(Dec. 27, 1913-Aug. 10, 1997)



Services for C.W. ``Tess'' Fulfer, 83, of Lubbock will be at 4 p.m. today in Resthaven Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Ron Wood, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, officiating.
Burial will be in Resthaven Memorial Park.
Fulfer died Sunday, Aug. 10, 1997, at his residence.
He was born Dec. 27, 1913, in Erath County. He graduated from Idalou High School, and he attended Draughon's Business School. He married Emilie Kyger in 1968, in Roswell, N.M. He moved to Lubbock from Roswell in 1974. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church and BPO Elks Lodge 1348.
He owned a restaurant in Brownfield from 1945 to 1961, and he moved to Roswell in 1961 and continued in the restaurant business.
Survivors include his wife; a son, Jon of Lake Dallas; a daughter, Jayne Pruit of Carlsbad, N.M.; a stepdaughter, Kimberly Naylor of Roswell; a stepson, Randy Davis of Napa, Calif.; a sister, Lucille Peeples of Lubbock; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and three stepgrandchildren.
The family suggests memorials to the Deacon's Fund at First Presbyterian Church or to the Texas Elks Foundation for Handicapped Children, Inc., Rt. 5 Box 191, Gonzales 78629.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



  Cecil Charles Fulfer Sr.
(July 10, 1920-January 11, 1971)


The Dallas Morning News
Tuesday, January 12, 1971


Death Notice:
FULFER-Cecil 4033 Killeen, Arrangements pending,.
Sparkman-Hillcrest
Northwest Freeway
7405 W. Northwest Freeway   363-5401
(son of Charles Nin Fulfer and Carrie Christian)
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



  Charles Berton "Bert" Fulfer
(April 04, 1897-January 24, 1949)


Ochiltree The Banner Wheat
Volume XXXII
Section 8A


Bert Fulfer Dies Monday


Bert Fulfer, a resident of the Perryton community for 29 years, died Monday afternoon at 3 p.m. in the Perryton Hospital.  He was 51 years of age.


He had been in ill health for several years.


Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, with Rev. Jim H. Sharp conducting the final services.


Bert came to Perryton in 1920, soon after the town was founded and engaged in a wide variety of occupations,  he was at various times a suit salesman, insurance salesman, mechanic, painter, carpenter, plumber, and sign painter.  He headed a dance band for several years and could play nearly any instrument in hand.  For the past year or so he had confined his activities principally to selling polio and life insurance


Survivors include two sisters, Grace Chick and Mrs. Ray Barclay of Perryton, a half-brother, Ed Enzel of Edmond, Okla.; many nephews and nieces.


Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer





  Charles Earnest Fulfer
(Nov. 18, 1932-Aug. 5, 1997)


 The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Page: 5


FORT WORTH - Charles Earnest Fulfer, 64, a retired truck driver, passed away Tuesday, Aug. 5, 1997, at home after a short illness with lung cancer.
Funeral: 11 a.m. Saturday at Greenwood Funeral Home. Burial: Greenwood Memorial Park. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Friday.
Charles Fulfer was born Nov. 18, 1932, in Telephone.
He was a retired truck driver, having worked for ICX from 1962 to 1984 and for Consolidated Freightways from 1984 to 1996. He was a member of Central Baptist Church in Bedford and Odd Fellow Lodge No. 52.
He was preceded in death by his son, B.J. Fulfer.
Survivors: Wife, Janie Fulfer of Fort Worth; sons, Ernie Fulfer of Palatka, Fla., David Fulfer of Fort Worth and James Fulfer of Wichita, Kan.; daughters, Gerene Bryant of Fort Worth, DebraCalleros of Tucumcari, N.M., and Delita Cox of Fort Worth; sisters, Opal O'Hara of Fort Worth, Mary Ann Fulfer of Rogers, Ark., and Beatrice Jones of Gunter; seven grandchilden; and one great-grandchild. Greenwood Funeral Home 3100 White Settlement Road, 336-0584 Pedro Gallegos
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


  Charles Terence "Son" Fulfer
(September 19, 1925-November 02, 1991)


November 03, 1991
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Page: 39


HANNIBAL - Charles T. "Son" Fulfer of Hannibal, owner of Fulfer Butane Co. and and a former Erath County commissioner, died Saturday at a Stephenville hospital. He was 66.
Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Stephenville Funeral Home. Burial will be in Ex-ray Cemetery, in Erath County.
Mr. Fulfer was a lifelong resident of Erath County. He served with the 82nd Airborne Division of the Army Air Corps during World War II.
Survivors: Wife, Wanda Fulfer of Hannibal; daughter, Denise Johnson of Stephenville; two sons, Danny Fulfer of Gordon and Dennis Fulfer of Hannibal; three brothers, Bill Joe Fulfer of Ex-ray community, Manny Fulfer of Stephenville and Teddy Ray Fulfer of Fort Worth; three sisters, Leta Crain of Mineola, and Sis Phipps and Viola Bostick, both of Fort Worth; and seven grandchildren.
Nadine W. Parker, Dietary manager
(son of Barney Fulfer and Leola Hall)
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



  Charles Nathan Fulfer
(September 05, 1912-January 24, 1999)


Albuquerque Journal
Albuquerque, NM
 January 26, 1999



Charles N. Fulfer, 86 of Mountainair, NM, passed away Sunday, January 24, 1999 at his residence. Funeral services will be conducted at 1:00 P.M., Wednesday, January 27, 1999 at the Mountaineer Assembly of God Church under the direction of Harris-Harlon Mortuary in Mountainair. 847-2331
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Clarence Reford Fulfer
(November 16, 1921-March 20, 1982)
Wichita Falls Times
March 1982


Clarence Fulfer


     Iowa Park (Special)- Clarence Redford Fulfer, 60, was found dead Saturday at his Wichita Falls home.


     Arrangements are under the direction of Tanner-Aulds Funeral Home of Iowa Park.


     Fulfer was born November 16, 1921 in Rush Springs, Okla.   He was an oilfield worker and married Jerri Goolsby November 30, 1946 in Wichita Falls. He had lived in Wichita Falls for 20 years.


    Survivors include his wife, seven brothers, O.L., Charles, Bobby, and John W., all of Kamay, Texas, W.H. of Iowa Park, Robert of Shamrock, Texas, and Jerry of Wichita Falls; and four sisters, Pearl Young of Nice, Calif., Betty Glasglow of Kamay, Helen Wilson of Wichita Falls, and Shirley Sadberry of Holliday, Texas.
Submitted by Lee Driggers



  Claude Jack Fulfer, Jr.
(April 03, 1916-February 18, 1970)


The Brownsville Herald
February 19, 1970


CLAUDE FULFER JR.
  Funeral services for Claude Jack Fulfer Jr., 53, of 2043 East 22nd St., are scheduled for 3 p.m. Friday at Darling-Mouser Chapel with burial in Buena Vista Burial Park under the direction of Darling-Mouser Funeral Home.
  Fulfer, operator of a cigar and newstand at the post office, died Wednesday at Mercy Hospital.
  He was born in San Benito and had resided in Brownsville 19 years.
  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Berniece C. Fulfer of Brownsville: a daughter, Mrs. Wanda Cope of Neosho, Mo., a brother, Arnold Fox of Harlingen and three grandchildren, Laura, Julia and Eric Cope, all of Neosho.
  Pallbearers will be Johnny Nuckois, Bob Owens, Orvie Henrickson, Chester Edlund, Calvin Jarvis and Carl Jackson.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



  Clemmins "Clem" Newton Fulfer
(December 15, 1890-January 26, 1975)


Lubbock Avalanche Journal
Monday, January 27, 1975


Clem Fulfer
Clem N. Fulfer, 84, of Idalou died at 5:30 p.m. Sunday in Lubbock Osteopathic  Hospital after a week of illness.


Services are pending at Sanders Funeral Home.


Fulfer was a retired farmer and a resident of Idalou for the past 51 years.  He was a native of Erath County.  He was a member of Idalou Church of Christ.


Survivors include his wife, Nora; two sons, C. W.  of 1605 22nd Street and Clyde of Idalou; two daughters, Mrs. Lillian Stanford of 1506 24th St. and Mrs. P. L. Peeples of Idalou; three sisters, Mrs. Nannie Latimer of Stephenville, Mrs. Kate Patterson of Fort Worth, and Mrs. Dale Garrison of Rogers, N. M.; seven grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



  Clinkie Jayne Burnham Fulfer
(December 26, 1901-November 08, 1981)


C. Jayne Fulfer, 79, died Sunday, Nov 8, at Washakie Memorial Hospital.  She was born on Dec 26, 1901 in Hereford, Tex, to Pres and Ellen Carter Burnham.
She was raised in Arizona, New Mexico and Texas.  She had worked as a telephone operator in El Paso, Tex., before her marriage in June 1939 to J. C. "Slim" Fulfer Sr., in Dimmitt, Tex.  The couple resided in Dimitt, Tex., until moving to Owl Creek in 1957 and on to the Gooseberry creek in 1958.
They moved to their home south of Worland in 1963.  She was a Rebekah and was a member of the Methodist Church.  She is survived by her husband, J. C. "Slim" Fulfer of Worland and two sons J. C. "Lefty" Fulfer of Worland and Standlee C. Fulfer of Houston Tex., seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild.  Funeral service will be at 9 pm Wednesday, Nov 11 at the Veile Mortuary Chapel with Pastor Kent Stangland of the Worland Methodist Church officiating.  Burial will be in Riverview Memorial Gardens Cemetery.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Clyde Wilson Fulfer
(1916-August 18, 1978)


Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
Saturday Morning, August 19, 1998
P.  A-15


Idalou (Special)-Services for Clyde Wilson Fulfer, 62, will be at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the Idalou Church of Christ.


Truett Adair, minister of the Parkway Church of Christ of Lubbock, will officiate, with burial to follow in Idalou Cemetery under the direction of Sanders Funeral Home.


Fulfer died about 9:55 a.m. Friday at his son's home in Idalou after an apparent heart attack.  He was a retired service station manager and had lived in  Idalou since 1924.


Fulfer is survived by  his wife, Verna; a daughter, Kay of New Woodlands; a son, Neil of Idalou; a brother, Tess of Lubbock; two sisters, Lillian Stanford of Lubbock and Lucille Peeples of Idalou; and two grandchildren.


The family has requested memorials be made to the American Heart Association.
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Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



  Cordelia "Dee" Martin Davis Fulfer
(March 24, 1858-February 13, 1940)


The Stephenville Empire Tribune
Stephenville, Erath Co., TX
Friday, February 23, 1940


Funeral Is Held At Exray Church For Mrs. Newt Fulfer


Trewitt Funeral Home directed arrangements at the funeral services held at the Presbyterian church at Exray Wednesday afternoon Feb. 14 at 3 o'clock for Mrs. Newt Fulfer, 81, who died at her home in the Exray community Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 13, at 1:55 o'clock, her death following an eight week' s illness.


Rev. S. G. Stewart, pastor of First Presbyterian church, Stephenville, led the service, which was attended by a large number of relatives and friends of the family.  Some of her favorite hymns were sung at the rites, and afterwards the body was laid to rest in the Exray cemetery.  Pallbearers were Luther, Tess, and Elvis Fulfer, Vance Moring, and Mike Davis. Assisting with the floral offerings were Mrs. Ruby Venable, Mrs. Johnnie Wylie, and Miss Inez Fulfer.


Mrs. Cordelia Martin Fulfer, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Dick Davis, was born March 24, 1858, in Cass County, Texas.  She was married in Hunt County on July 27, 1875, to Newt Fulfer. Four years after their marriage they came to Erath County, settling in the Exray community where she had since made her home, having lived there for nearly 60 years.  Her husband died at their Exray home 18 years ago, leaving her with a large family of sons and daughters. Two of the sons, Curtis and Tate Fulfer were living with their mother at the old home, where she was stricken ill eight weeks ago and where her death occurred.


She was known and loved by all who lived in the community and will be greatly missed by everyone there, especially by members of the Exray Presbyterian church of which she had long been a member.


Surviving her are four sons and five daughters, Bert Fulfer of Hannibal; Mrs. Pearl Williams and Mrs. Nannie Lattimer of Stephenville; Mrs. Carrie Foster of Fort Worth; Clem Fulfer of Idalou, Texas; Mrs. Kate Patterson of Hannibal; Mrs. Dale Garrison, who lives in New Mexico, and two sons, Curtis and Tate Fulfer,  of the home.  She also is survived by 19 grandchildren; 6 great grandchildren; one brother, Mal Davis of Mingus; one sister, Mrs. Ann Fulfer of Matador, and a large number of other relatives.


Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer





  Coy Gene Fulfer
(July 17, 1933-June 13, 1998)

Funeral Services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Friday, June 19, 1998 at Mish Funeral Home Southwest White Road and White Lane for Coy Gene Fulfer who passed away on June 13, 1998.
Coy was a loving and giving man, always doing for others.  He was a Navy veteran who served in Hawaii and Japan.  He loved to travel and enjoyed fishing and hunting.  He was happiest while doing woodwork.
Coy is survived by his son Guy Fulfer and daughter, Desiree and her husband Guy Langley; three grandchildren, Remington, Raven, and Satin Langley, all of Bakerfield: a brother, Edward Fulfer of Yoncalla, Oregon, sisters, Patricia Kay Frances of Center City, Oregon, Virginia Marier of Bartiesville, Oklahoma, Elizabeth Martin of Bakerfield, and Doris Jean Gilbreath of Plant City, Florida.
Coy will be deeply missed by all who knew him.  Visitation will be  Thursday, June 18, 1998  8:00 a.m.  to 8:00 p.m. Mish Funeral Home Southwest.
Mish Funeral Southwest


Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



  Curtis Fulfer
(November 15, 1888-July 26, 1956)


Stephenville Empire-Tribune
August 3, 1956


Saturday Morning Services Held for Curtis Fulfer, 67


Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Trewitt Funeral Home Chapel for Curtis Fulfer, 67, who died at the home of his sister and niece, Mrs. Oscar Wiliams and Miss Gwen Williams at 1063 North Ollie, Thursday. Rev. Garland Shell, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, officiated


Curtis Fulfer was born in the Exray community on Nov. 15, 1888 and was the son of the late Newton and Cornelia Davis Fulfer.


He made his home in the community all his life and was a bachelor.  He had been in ill health for about two years but only became seriously ill about three months ago.


Mr. Fulfer is survived by one brother, C. N. Fulfer of Idalou; and Mrs. Henry Latimer, both of Stephenville, Mrs. Kate Patterson of Fort Worth and Mrs. D. D. Garrison of Rogers, N. M. and a host of nieces and nephews.


Interment was made in the Exray Cemetery under the auspices of the Hannibal Masonic Lodge and the direction of the Trewitt Funeral Home.


Maynard McInroe, P. D. Wylie, G. E. Miller, G. W. Stewart, M. D. Stewart and Tess Fulfer, all members of the Hannibal Masonic Lodge, were pallbearers.


Submitted by Cindy Shipman, Volunteer


Notes: Erath Co., recorded birth. as of November 15, 1888, his headstone list November 15, 1886, same year on of his sisters was born.

 Curtis Burlene Fulfer
(April 18, 1911-April 06, 1997)



Greenville Herald Banner-TX
April 7, 1997 pg. A:2


Commerce---Curtis B. Fulfer, 85, of Azle, died Sunday in Azle.  


Services will be at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at Pemberton Funeral Home in Commerce with Rev. Jerry Shavers officiating. Burial will be in Sonora Cemetery in Fairlie.


He was born in Hunt County on April 18, 1911,  to Sam and Mertie Wilkins Fulfer.  He married Opal Hanes in Hugo, Okla., on Nov. 27, 1934.  He was a farmer and lived west of Van Alstyne from 1936 to 1976. He then moved to Princeton and was a member of the First Christian Church. He moved to Azle in 1995 due to his illness.


Surviving are his wife;  a brother and sister-in-law, B. B. Fulfer and Dorothy Fulfer of Azle; sister and brother-in-law M. L. Cherry and Roy Cherry of Fort Worth, and a nephew, Raymond Speight of Azle.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



  Darrell Edward Fulfer
(November 14, 1960-April 08, 2001)


Bakersfield Californian


Darrell Edward Fulfer Services: Mon., April 16, 10 a.m. Graveside services will be held Monday, April 16 at 10 a.m. at the Shafter Cemetery for Darrell Fulfer, 40, who passed away April 8 in Utah. Darrell was born November 14, 1960 in McFarland to Edward and Irene Fulfer and has been a resident of Kern County all of his life. He was a graduate of North High School. His greatest love after his daughter and parents was his love of the outdoors, especially the mountains where Darrell enjoyed fishing and hunting. Survivors include his parents, Irene and Edward Fulfer; daughter, Shawna Lynn Fulfer; sisters, Paula Stucker and Winona Griffis; nephews and nieces and many friends. He was a loving son, father, brother, uncle and friend and will be greatly missed by all. Visitation will be on Saturday, April 14 at Mish Funeral Home Oildale from noon until 5 p.m. Mish Funeral Home Oildale Funeral Director
Submitted by Vanessa Deshazer



  David Willis Fulfer
(November 08, 1853-February 14, 1933)


Arthur Graphic Clarion


Willis Fulfer, Former Arthur Man, Dies in Champaign


Word reached here this morning of the death in Campaign of Willis Fulfer, aged 77, who for many years was a resident of Arthur. Deceased had been ill for a lone time and spent the last four months confined to his bed.  He was afflicted with paralysis.


Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 o'clock from the First M. E. church, with the local pastor, Rev. F. E. Neumeyer, n charge of the services. Burial will be in the Arthur cemetery.


Mr. Fulfor is survived by three sons, and one daughter, as follows: Fred, jesse, Roy, and Mrs. Lelah Bennett, all residents of Champaign.  Hammie Adams, of Arthur is a step-son. His wife passed away six years ago.


When in this city Mr. Fulfer worked as a gardner and orchardist, in which lines of work he was an expert.  Among other things he did when here was to get out the trees, in our city park.


Deceased came in Arthur from Indiana, moving from here to Ocaloosa, Clay county, Ill., and from there to Champaign, where he had lived for the last 12 to 15 years.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Deborah Ann Fulfer
(May 17, 1958 -February 16, 2000)



FORT WORTH-Deborah A. Fulfer, a computer system analyst, died Wednesday, February 16, 2000, at a Fort Worth Hospital.
Funeral:11:30 a.m. Saturday at Mount Olivet Funeral Home. Burial: Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Deborah A. Fulfer was born on May 17, 1958, in Waco, TX. She graduated from Carl Albert High School in 1976 and continued her education at Central State University. She was a member of Sigma Kappa. She had been a resident of Fort Worth since 1979 and went to work for the Army Air Force Exchange Service. Deborah endured a long battle with Crohn's disease, which she contracted when she was 15 years old.
Survivors: Mother and Stepfather, Linda Kowena and Clem; father, Doyle Fulfer; brothers, David Fulfer and his wife Carolyn and Douglas Fulfer; sister, Jacqueline Kowena, all of Fort Worth; step-sister, Katie Kowena; nephews, Conner and Cameron Fulfer; niece Krustyn Fulfer; great aunt, Monette Fulfer of Fort Worth;
cousins, Mack Fulfer, Mark Fulfer, Frances Volinsky and Ronda Fulfer, all of Fort Worth; and uncle, Henry Rucker.
Mount Olivet Funeral Home
2301 N. Sylvania Ave., 831-0511
Submitted by  Doyle Luther Fulfer



  Delbert Ansil Fulfer
(November 16, 1922- February 5, 1991)



Delbert A. Fulfer, 68, of Clay City, Illinois died at 7:20 a.m. on February 5, 1991, at Olney, Illinois.  Mr. Fulfer was born November 16, 1922, in Oskaloosa, Illinois, a son of Ansil Harry and Mary Elfie Alphin Fulfer.  He married Helen Beatrice Peacher on June 7, 1948.  He married Edna Murbarger  Tooley on December 18, 1970.  Both survive.


Mr. Fulfer was of the Baptist faith.   He worked as a laborer and an electrician and was a WWII Army veteran.  He was a member of the VFW, American Legion, and Masonic Lodge.


Survivors besides his wife include three sons, Tony Keith Fulfer of Champaign, IL., John Tooley of Olney, IL., and David Patrick Tooley of San Diego, CA.; two daughters, Mrs. Theresa (Neal) Webster of  Bloomington, IL., and Mrs. Thelma (Steve) Quandt of Iuka IL.; two brothers, Kenneth Richard Fulfer of Xenia, IL., and Robert Laverne Fulfer of Plainfield, IL.; two sisters, Bessie Jeans and Clela Logan, both of Farina IL.; seven grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.


Mr. Fulfer was preceded in death by his parents, one son and two sisters.


Funeral services were held Friday at Frank and Bright Funeral Home, Flora, IL. where Masonic services were performed during visitation.  Burial was in
Oskaloosa Cemetery, Oskaloosa, IL with full military rites.  Memorials may
be made to St. Jude's Hospital, Shriner's Hospital, or Veterans'
Administration Hospital Fund.
Submitted By  Theresa Webster



  Dovie McInroe Fulfer
(August 18, 1888-June 04, 1980)


Death Notice
FULFER
Services are pending at Stephenville Funeral Home for Dove Fulfer, 91, who died Wednesday aternoon in Stephenville Hospital.  A resident of the Hannibal community, she lived in Erath County all of her life.



Stephenville Empire-Tribune
Thursday, June 5, 1980


FULFER


Funeral services for Dove M. Fulfer, 91, of Hannibal community will be held 1:30 Friday, June 6 in the Stephenville Funeral Home chapel. She died June 4 in Stephenville hospital. Rev. Monty Wayne Stewart will officiate assisted by Rev. Oscar Hartsfield. Her grandsons will serve as pallbearers.


Born August 18, 1888 in Erath County, she married Bert Fulfer Aug 9, 1908. He preceded her in dead Jan. 7, 1941.


She was a member of the Hannibal Methodist church and spent her entire life in Erath County.    


She is survived by five sons, Elvis of DeLeon, Elbert of Everett, Wash., Ralph of Dimmitt, Henry of Jal, N.M., and Elmo of Cleburne: five daughters, Mrs. Bernice Stewart and Mrs. Mildred Moring of Stephenville, Mrs. Barbara Kay at Fritch, Mrs. Inez Gordon of Jal., N.M., and Mrs. Edna Kuykendall of Los Angeles; 23 grandchildren; 35 great grandchildren and six great-great grandchildren.


Burial will be in Hannibal Cemetery under the direction of Stephenville Funeral Home.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



  Duane Victor Fulfer
(February 2, 1916- May 19,  1978)


Hansford Co. Reporter-Statesman
21 May 1978


Duane Victor Fulfer, 52, of Gruver, died Friday morning, May 19 at 7:20 a.m. at Hansford Hospital.


Services are pending with Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors of Spearman.


Mr. Fulfer was born Feb. 11, 1916 at Wichita Falls, TX.  He was a retired farmer and rancher.


He was a member of the Gruver United Methodist Church.


He was married to Marie Jameson on January 6, 1936, at Frederick, Okla.


He is survived by his wife of the home; two sons, Jay of Midland, Joe Dee of Gruver; two daughters, Joy Beth Moore of Kirland, Wash., Duanna Sue Smith of Woodward, Okla.;  a brother, M. A. Fulfer, Jr. of Austin; a sister, Bonnah Covey of Austin and Mrs. Dean Hammons of New Orleans, LA.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


 




  Earl Harwick Fulfer
(August 06, 1895-March 11, 1957)


Anaheim Gazette
Thursday, March 14, 1957


Earl H. Fulfer Passes Suddenly


Earl H. Fulfer, a former resident of Anaheim,  passed away very suddenly at his home at 111 Court Street in Santa Ana from a heart attack on Tuesday.  He was born in Texas 61 years ago and had resided in Anaheim for 35 years, moving to Santa Ana two years ago.


Surviving are one son, Wilson Fulfer of Anaheim; three grandchildren, and four sisters, Mrs. Jewll Holbrook, Mrs. Lucille Wilkins, and Miss Odessa Fulfer,   all of Texas and Mrs. Ruth Ziglash of Altadena.


Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the chapel of Backs.  Campbell and Kaubars Mortuary, the REv. A. J. Casebeer, pastor of the First Chritian Church offficiating. Interment will follow in Fa??haven cemetery.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer







  Early Lee Fulfer
(September 30, 1915-May 04, 1984)


The Texas Spur,
May 10, 1984


Early L. Fulfer


  Funeral services for Early Lee Fulfer, 68, were held May 6 at 2:30 p.m. in the Assembly of God Church, Spur, with Rev. Bob Wright, pastor, officiating.  
  Fulfer died suddenly at his home in McAdoo on Friday, May 4, 1984. Justice of the Peace Geneeta McAllister, ruled the death was due to natural causes.
  Born September 30, 1915 in Richland Springs, he married the former Hazel Sprayberry in Spur on December 24, 1937. He had lived in Dickens County since 1954, moving here from Novice. He was a retired maintenance man for the McAdoo Public Schools. He was a member of the Assembly of God Church.
  Survivors include his wife of McAdoo; a son, Virgil Fulfer, Abilene; one daughter, Ruth Kidd, Horlem, Georgia; a brother, Walter Lewis Fulfer, Monahans; two sisters, Dorotha Batillo, Odessa and Loree Joyner, Midland; five grandchildren.
  Pallbearers included George Neaves, Donald Harris, Buck Van Meter, Bubba Eldredge, Larry Bass and Eldon Williams.
  Burial was in Spur Memorial Cemetery with Campbell Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.


Source: The Texas Spur, May 10, 1984
From the records of Lillian Grace Nay; transcribed by Kay Laster


 Edith Mae Middlebrooks Fulfer
(September 23, 1910-August 20, 1998)


The Dallas Morning News
August 22, 1998
Page: 34A:


Edith Mae Fulfer, born September 23, 1910 in Lester, Texas. Passed away August 20. 1998 in Dallas, Tx. She is survived by her daughters, Patricia Ann Herd and son-in-law, Bascomb L. Herd of Dallas, Jan Faulkner and son-in-law Michael D. Faulkner of Grand Prairie, TX; 7 grandchildren, Tammy, Lee, Steve, Brad, Keri, Randy, and Mike; 18 great-grandchildren.
She was an Eastern Star member and also a member of the Chruch of Christ.  She was a wonderful mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother and will be missed very much by those she knew.  
Graveside services will be held at 3:00PM. Saturday, August 22, 1998, Laurel Land Memorial Park. Eddie Couch officiating. Please follow Route #7 to Section 56.


LaurelLand Funeral Home & Cemetery
(I-35E @ Laurelland Road)
Dallas, Tx (214) 371-1336
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer





  Edna G. Murbarger Fulfer
(July 31, 1928-May 06, 2001)


Olney Daily Mail
May 7, 2001


Edna Fulfer, 72
Edna "Gidget" Fulfer, 72, of Olney, formerly of Clay City died at 9 am
Sunday May 6, 2001, at Olney Care Center.
Visitation will be from 6 to 8 pm Tuesday at Frank & Bright Funeral Home
in Flora. Funeral services will be at 10:39 am Wednesday at the funeral
home.
Burial will be in Dillman Cemetery, Sailor Springs.
Mrs. Fulfer was born on July 30, 1928, in Sailor Springs, the daughter of
Ferman "Chick" and Lula Murbarger. She married Delbert A. Fulfer in 1966. He
preceded her in death in 1990.
She was a seamstress and home-care provider. She was a member of First
Christian Church in Clay City and a member of American Legion and Flora
Eagles.
Mrs. Fulfer is survived by two sons, John W. Tooley of Olney, and David
"Pat" Tooley, of San Diego, CA; two daughters, Theresa "Trish" Webster, of
Urbana, IL, and Thelma Quandt, of Farina, IL and seven grandchildren and
one great-grandchild.
She was preceded in death by her parents, two husbands and a brother.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


 Elbert "Tuk" Fulfer
(November 10, 1912-December 17, 1994)



Elbert (Tuk) Fulfer, 82, died December 17, 1994.
Beloved husband of Ruth F. of Everett; father of Ann Filibeck of Spokane, Wash,; brother of Elvis and Elmo Fulfer of Cleburne, Texas, Ralph of Fort Worth, Texas, Henry of Jal, New Mexico, Bernice Stewart and Mildred Moring of Stephensville, Texas, Inez Gordon of Midelothian, Texas, and Edna Kuykendahl of Los Angeles, Calif,; two grandchildren, Gregg Hecht and Morgan Filibeck.


He was preceded in death by son, Jack Fulfer in 1968; and a granddaughter, Joanna Hecht in 1989.


He was a member and past master of Peninsular Lodge #95 F&AM, Everett; Scottish Rite and York rite Bodies, and the Nile Temple of the Shrine; and a member of the Snohomish County Shrine Club, and was a past patron of Everett Chapter 222 OES.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Ellen Manda Fulfer


From '1870-1880 MORTALITY SCHEDULES OF LAMAR COUNTY, TEXAS,' compiled by Mary Stinson Claunch Lane, Paris, TX: Precinct 2, Page 1, SD 2, ED 74; No. 306;
Fulfer, Ellen Manda; 7 month old white female; born in Tex.; father born in Tex.; mother born in Mo.; died in May; cause - Inflammation of brain; (Marked out - died near Rosston, Cook Co., Tex.) *Bettie E. Fulfer, 19, is listed in the same household number; she died in Nov.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



  Elmer Suttle Fulfer
(July 15, 1900- April 22, 1975)


Daily Press
April 24, 1975
Elmer Suttle Fulfer, 74, 20 Edgewood Drive, Hampton, died Tuesday in Methodist Hospital, San Antonio, Tex., as a result of an automobile accident in Carrizo Springs, Tex., Wednesday, in which his wife, Mrs. Martha Ann Fulfer, 73, was also killed.
The funeral for Mrs. Fulfer was scheduled for Wednesday, but has been postpone until today at 2 p.m. when a double service will be conducted in West Hampton Baptist Church by the Rev. J. B. Flowers.
Burial will be in Parklawn Memorial Park.
The family is at the home of a daughter.
The survivors include two daughters, Miss Fulfer of Harlingen, Tex., and Mrs. Russell G. Joyner of Hampton; a son, Elder James G. Fulfer of Norfolk; five grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.
The family is at the residence and request expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to the Valley Baptist Church Academy in care of Mrs. Joyner, 20 Edgewood Drive, Hampton.
Credited to Obituary Lookup Volunteers
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Elora Emmons Fulfer
(@1883-July 20, 1965)


Lubbock Avalanche-Journal    
Wednesday July 21, 1965


Services Today For Mrs. Fulfer


IDALOU (Special) - Funeral services for Mrs. Elora Fulfer, 72, longtime resident of the Idalou area will be held at 3 p.m. today in the Church of Christ with Virgil Lawyer, minister of Hardin College of Searcy, Ark., officiating, assisted by B. C. Stapleton, minister of the Idalou church.   


Burial will be in the Idalou Cemetery under direction of Sanders Funeral Home of Lubbock.


Mrs. Fulfer died early Tuesday at her home at 419 Chestnut St. in Idalou.  She had been a resident of the Idalou area since moving there from Erath County in 1923.


She had been a member of the Church of Christ for more than 60 years, was a member of that church in Idalou, and was a member of the Idalou Hobby Club.


Survivors include the husband, Clem Fulfer, of the home;  two sons, Tess Fulfer, Roswell, N.M., and Clyde Fulfer of Idalou;  two daughters, Mrs. Lillian Stanford, 1506 24th Ct., and Mrs. Lucille Peeples, Idalou;  two sisters, Mrs. D. B. McInroe, Idalou, and Mrs. Betty Brown, Pomona, Calif.; seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.


Pallbearers will be Neil and Jon Fulfer, Terry and P. L. Peeples, Dudley Pruit and Jimmy Joe Stanford.


Honorary pallbearers include Earl Weaver, Roy Stence, Lowell McInroe, Frank Guess,  B. A. Stephenson Sr., Luke Evitt, Les Derrick, Bob Cook, Claude Newton, Earl Yarbrough, Bruce Isom, and Glen Eubanks.


Submitted by Bonnie Allen




  Elvis T Fulfer
(May 23 1909-February 17, 1997)



 February 27, 1997
 The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
 Dallas-Ft. Worth Metro, Texas


CLEBURNE - Elvis T. Fulfer, 87, a retired farmer and rancher, died Tuesday, Feb. 25, 1997, in Keene.
Funeral: 2 p.m. Friday at Stephenville Funeral Home. Burial: Hannibal Cemetery.
Elvis Fulfer was born May 23, 1909, in Stephenville. He was a member of the Methodist church. He lived in Cleburne for four years and was previously of De Leon.
Survivors: Brothers, Elmo Fulfer of Cleburne and Henry Fulfer of Jal, N.M.; and sisters, Bernice Stewar t and Mildred Moring, both of Stephenville, Barbara Kay of Fritch, Inez Gordon of Midlothian and Edna Kuykendall of Los Angeles, Calif. Stephenville Funeral Home Stephenville, (817) 965-3161 Beulah Graham
Note: Can anyone tell me what the "T: in Elvis Fulfer's name stands for.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



  Fannie Eugene Wood Fulfer
(October 23, 1856-March 21, 1928)


 The Carter Express (Oklahoma)
23 March 1928


*NOTES*There are two Obituaries listed for *FULFER,Fannie Eugene(Wood)b.23 Oct.1856 m.1872;1892 d.21 Mar 1928 buried Carter cemetery.W/O ZACK D/O John ************************************************************ Miss Fannie WOOD was born on October 23,1856,in Georgia.At an early age she became a Christian,uniting with the Christian Church.In 1872 she was united in marriage to Mr.J.A.BISCOE at Tyler,Texas.To this union seven children were born;three boys four girls.The husband of this marriage passed away in 1888.In 1892 Mrs.Biscoe was united in marriage to Mr.Zack FULFER at Commanche,Texas.She and her husband have resided at Carter,Oklahoma,for the past thirteen years.Mrs.FULFER was honored and loved by the residents of this community.After a lingering illness,covering a period of many months,Mrs.FULFER passed away at her home in Carter,Oklahoma,on March 21,1928,at 9 a.m.She was 72 years,4 months and 29 days old.Two of her daughters have preceeded her in death,and besides her husband,she leaves to mourn her,passing the following sons and daughters;Mr.W.W.BISCOE,Carter,Okla.,Mr.Dee BISCOE,Carter,Okla.,Mr.Reid BISCOE,Carter,Okla.,Mrs.Otis CHILCOT,Hedley,Texas,Mrs.J.H.MAGNESS,Comanche,Texas.Funeral services were conducted by Rev.Carl V.COVEY,Pastor of the First Christian church of Elk City. Funeral arrangments were in charge of GENTRY-KILLOUGH Funeral Home,and interment was made in the Carter cemetery. ************************************************************ Mrs.Fannie FULFER,wife of Mr.Zack FULFER,died at their home here in Carter Wednesday morning after an illness of many months,being afflicted with that dreaded disease,cancer.During the time of her affliction Mrs.FULFER had been under the care and treatment of the best doctors and specialist that could be procured,but continued to grow worse although she was hopeful almost to the end.Mrs.FULFER had been a resident of Carter for the past thirteen years,during which time she has endeared herself to the hearts of the people of Carter and surrounding country.Since coming to Carter and up to the time that she was taken ill,Mrs.FULFER had a millinery store in Carter and her little shop was always a bright cheerful place where the ladies enjoyed gathering,not only to purchase millinery but to pleasantly pass the time away.It was here that so many learned to love Mrs.FULFER and to know what a lovable character she was.The Funeral services were held at the Baptist Church here,and the funeral sermon was preached by the pastor of the Christian Church of Elk City.Mrs.FULFER being a member of the Christian Church.Besides a devoted husband Mrs.FULFER leaves the folowing children:W.W.BISCOE,Reid BISCOE,and Dee BISCOE of Carter,Mrs.Robt.CHILCOAT of Hedley,Texas,Mrs.John MAGNESS of Comanche,Texas and a large number of grandchildren to mourn her passing away.
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We wish to express our Thanks and appreciation to the many, Signed - Mr.Zack FULFER,Mr.and Mrs.W.W.BISCOE and family,Mr.and Mrs.Dee BISCOE and family,Mr.and Mrs.Reid BISCOE and family,Mrs.Robt.CHILCOAT and family,Mr.and Mrs. John MAGNESS and family
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



  Foster Fulfer
(July 21, 1895-September 04, 1975)


Daily Hobbs News-Sun         
Friday, September 5, 1975     p5


Ranch Hand Found Dead Near Eunice


EUNICE - Foster Fulfer, 80, an employee on the Hugh Ward ranch located about 15 miles southwest of here, was found dead about 4:30 p.m. yesterday near a windmill on the ranch.


According to Sgt. Paul Mallory, deputy medical investigator, Fulfer died of an apparent heart attack.  He said the ranch hand left the house about 5:30 a.m. yesterday and when Fulfer was found at 4:30 p.m. he had been dead about six or seven hours.


Fulfer had lived at the ranch for two years.


Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Zylphorah Fulfer; three daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Phifer of San Antonio, Mrs. Fausteena McKinley of El Paso and Mrs. Wileyn F. Nord of Thailand;  three grandchildren and one great-grandchild.


Services are pending at Petterson-Roberts Funeral Home in Hobbs.


Daily News-Sun     Hobbs, N.M.    
Sunday, September 7, 1975     
p5


Foster Fulfer Services Set


Funeral Services are set for 3 p.m. Monday at Petterson-Roberts Funeral Home chapel for Foster Fulfer, 80, who was found dead Thursday on the Hugh Ward Ranch near Eunice.


The Rev. John Joyner, pastor of the Loma Terrace Baptist church in El Paso, will officiate.  Burial will be in Seminole City Cemetery.


Pallbearers include Kelly Meyers, Amos Gilchrest, Waylan Gilchrest, Ronnie Gilchrest, Kenneth Pike, J. Pike, R. D. Sims, Hugh Ward and Floyd Taylor.
Submitted by Bonnie Allen




  Francis Marion Fulfer
(February 22, 1853-June 14, 1933)


Greenville (TX)  Morning Herald
Pg 2
Friday, June 16, 1933


HOLD FUNERAL F.M. FULFER
Pioneer Hunt County Resident Passes Away Near Commerce


Special to The Herald


Commerce, June 15.--F. M. Fulfer, 80, pioneer Hunt County resident, passed away at the home of his son on Route 3 Wednesday.  Last rites were conducted Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, in charge of the Sheely Home in the South Sulphur church.  Interment followed in the South Sulphur Cemetery.


Mr. Fulfer was born in Wolfe City, February 22, 1853, the son of J. H. Fulfer and Mary Vanbiber.  He was married at the age of 16 to Mrs. Birdie Hedges.  He was a member of the Christian Church, joining in early manhood.


Mr. Fulfer is survived by his wife and nine children: three daughter, Mrs. Daisy Gregory of Dallas; and Loreta Fulfer, of Hugo; and six sons; John Fulfer of Celeste; Bunyan Fulfer, of Red River County, Pete Fulfer, of Deport; Tom Fulfer, of Commerce; Tate Fulfer, of Celeste; and Sherman Fulfer of Hugo, Okla.
Submitted by Vanessa Deshazer



  Fred Adams Fulfer, Jr.
(May 23, 1925-January 03, 1982)

Wichita Fall Times
Jan. 4, 1982


Fred Fulfer


     Iowa Park (Special)-Fred "Fat" Fulfer, 56, of Throckmorton, Texas, died Sunday in a Wichita Falls hospital.


    Arrangements are under the direction of Tanner-Aulds Funeral Home.


    He was born May 23, 1925, in Mineral Wells, Texas.  He had been a resident of Throckmorton County about 11 years.  He was reared in the Iowa Park and Valley View area.  He was an oil field pumper and a Baptist.
   Survivors include his wife, Jewel of Henrietta, Texas; five sons, Johnny Lee of Throckmorton, Doyle and Carl, both of Kamay, and Calvin of Kilgore, Texas; a daughter, Mrs. Barbara Jackson of Throckmorton; eight brothers, O.L., Charles, Bobby and John W., all of Kamay, Reyford, Jerry, and Sonny, all of Wichita Falls, and Robert of Shamrock, Texas; four sisters, Mrs. Pearl Young of Nice, Calif., Mrs. Betty Glasglow of Kamay, Mrs. Helen Wilson of Wichita Falls, and Mrs. Shirley Sadberry of Holliday; and eight grandchildren.


    The family will be at 1614 Lucille in Wichita Falls.
Submitted by Lee Driggers


    





  Fred Adams Fulfer, Sr.
(September 15, 1896-August 3, 1974)


Services for Fred Fulfer, 77, who died Saturday, August 3, 1974 in Woods Convalescent Center in Iowa Park, Texas were at 2:30 p.m., Monday at Tanner-Aulds Funeral Home with the Reverend Jimmy Johnson and the Reverend Bill Norman officiating.


Burial was in Highland Cemetery.


A retired brick layer, Fulfer moved to Iowa Park four years ago from Mineral Wells, Texas. He was born September 15, 1896, in Snyder, Oklahoma.


Survivors include nine sons; Clarence R. and Jerry, both of Wichita Falls, W.H.. and Jonny, both of Iowa Park, O.L., Charles, Bobby and Robert D. all of Kamay, Texas, and Fred Adams Jr. of Throckmorton, Texas, four daughters; Mrs. Helen Newman of Iowa Park, Mrs. Betty Glasgow of Kamay, Mrs. Shirley Sadberry of Holliday, Texas and Mrs. Pearl Young, of Nice, California; two sisters, Mrs. Jack Fleishman of Tyler, Texas and Mrs. Jim McCray of Warren, Arkansas; fifty grandchildren and fifteen great grandchildren.


Pallbearers will be grandsons, James and John Jacks and Larry, Doyle, Delton and Carl Fulfer


Note:Nessa,
I'm a little confused on this one...the obit says he was born in 1896 in Snyder, Oklahoma but all the other info I have says 1897 in Milam, County, Texas????
Submitted by Sharon James




  Calvin "Hardtimes" Fulfer
(Aug. 19, 1942-Oct. 23, 1990)


Fresno Bee
Oct 26, 1990


Services for Galvin (sic)"Hardtimes" Fulfer, 48, of Clovis will be held at 10 a.m. at the Boice Funeral Home.
Mr. Fulfer died Tuesday.  He was a painting contractor.
Surviving are his wife, Janet; two sons, Joshua of Clovis and Neal of Fresno;  three daughters, Daynette McDaniel of Fresno, Janet Drane of Washington and Aurelia Fulfer of Clovis; mother, Ruby Peden of Fresno;  brother, Jake of Coarsegold; and four grandchildren.
Visitation will be from 9 a. m. to 5 p.m.  Saturday and Sunday at the Boice Funeral Home in Clovis.
(This is believe to be Calvin Fulfer according to SSDI index)
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Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



  Gary L. Fulfer
(Feb. 8, 1951-June 3, 1994)


June 05, 1994
The Sunday Patriot-News Harrisburg
Page: B2


Obituary: NEWVILLE Gary L. Fulfer, 43, of Newville died Friday in York Hospital.
He was an employee of the Navy Ships Parts Control Center, Hampden Twp.; was a Navy veteran and was retired from the Naval Reserve; and was a member of American Legion Post 223 and VFW Post 6168, both of Shippensburg, and the National Rifle Association.
Surviving are his wife, Betty J. Fulfer; two sons, Skylar R. and Jason E., both at home; his mother, Evelyn I. Fulfer of Terre Haute, Ind.; a brother, Curtis W. of Mechanicsburg; a sister, Angela K.
Loveland of Seelyville, Ind.; six nieces; and nine nephews.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Myers Funeral Home, Mechanicsburg. Burial will be in St. John Cemetery, Hampden Twp.
Visitation will be from 7 to 9 tonight at the funeral home.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



  General Delmar "Dell" Fulfer
(February 17, 1892-Sept. 22, 1972)


The Lockney Beacon
September 24, 1972


General Fulfer's Funeral Planned


Lockney (Special)--Services for General Delmar Fulfer, 80, who died Friday in an Amarillo hospital, will be at 2:30 p.m. today in the third and College Church of Christ here.


Officiating will be Hubert Setliff, minister from Plainview. He will be assisted by and elder of the Lockney Church, Pete Mosely.


Burial will be in Lockney Cemetery under the direction of Carter Funeral Home here.


A native of Gordon, the Lockney man was a veteran of World  War I.


Survivors include his wife; two sons, Joe of Longview and Bobby of Lovington, N. M.; a daughter, Mrs. Maxine Jeffcoat of Hot Springs, Ark.; tow sisters; Mrs. Fannie Calloway of Lockney and Mrs. Virgie Elmore of Spur  and 10 grandchildren.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer
(General was his given name not a title)




  George Nathan Fulfer
(July 4, 1906- Sept 4, 1963)


From the DC of Merced CO, Book 25, page 515


George Nathan Fulfer
dod, Sept 4, 1963, age  57yrs
dob, July 4, 1906
bp, Matador, TX
spouse, Gussie Fulfer
occupation, Electrician 33 yrs, employer, Morrison - Knudsen Construction
father, Elbert Fulfer, TX
mother, Pallie Shands, TX
SS#, 452-10-1371
length of stay in State, 22yrs
length of stay in CO, 6mths
residence, 135 W. J St, Los Banos, Ca
burial place, Lakewood Memorial Park, Modesto, Ca
funeral director, Salas Brothers, Modesto, Ca
cause of death, accident
place of death, San Luis Dam site, D.O.A. Los Banos Emergancy, Los Banos, Ca
accident, Deceased was standing on conveyor belt, which started, was thrown off.
autopsy, massive left hemato-pleura, laceration left lung, multiple rib fracture left chest wall.
Newspaper Article covering his death

Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



  Glen Edward Fulfer
(January 11, 1919-August 25, 1996)



RED BLUFF DAILY NEWS           
THURSDAY,  AUGUST 29, 1996



        Glen Edward Fulfer died Sunday August 25, 1996 at his home in Tehama.  He was 77. . Mr. Fulfer was born January 11, 1919, in Comporo, IL, to
Glen and Hilda Fulfer.  He was a US Army World War II Veteran and a life member of the Los Molinos Veterans of Foreign Wars   Post 3909.   He was a
contractor for many years and retired as a building inspector for Placer Co.


He was a member of the Retired Public Employees Association and enjoyed fishing and woodworking.


Surviving are:  Wife Elsie Fulfer of Tehama;  daughters Darlene Donat of New Jersey and Carol Ann Chambers of Honolulu, Hawaii;  son Dennis G. Fulfer of Roseville; brother Howard Fulfer of Washington;  seven grandchildren; and two greatgrandchildren.


The Family will hold a private memorial service for Mr. Fulfer.  Hall Brothers Corning Mortuary is handling arrangements.


Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



 Gracie Bell Sullivan Fulfer
(January 20, 1902-July 7, 1978)


The Lockney Beacon
July 13, 1978


Grace Fulfer (listed in paper under FULLER)


Former Lockney resident Mrs. Grace B. Fuller, 76, died Friday night in a DeWitt, Arkansas, hospital after an illness of several weeks.


Services were conducted Monday afternoon in West College and Third Street Church of Christ in Lockney.  Minister Frank Duckworth officiated and Boyce Mosley. Burial was in Lockney Cemetery with Moore-Rose Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.


The former Grace Sullivan was born Jan. 20, 1902, in Kaufman County.  She came to Floyd County in 1913.  She was married in 1922 to G. D. "Dell" Fulfer. The couple moved to Lockney about 1947.  He died in 1972.


Since 1975 Mrs. Fulfer had lived in DeWitt, Arkansas, with her daughter, Mrs. Harold (Maxine) Jeffcoat.


A son, Bobby Fulfer, died in 1977.


Survivors include her daughter, a son, Dickie Fulfer of Kermit, eleven grandchildren and two great grandchildren.


Mrs. Fulfer was an aunt of Keith Jackson and Mrs. Phil (Vicki) Green, both of Lockney.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer





  Grover Cleveland "Pete" Fulfer
(October 10, 1888-February 06, 1951)


Greenville (TX) Morning Herald
Wednesday, February 7, 1951
Page 1


GROVER C. FULFER DIES TUESDAY NIGHT


Grover Cleveland Fulfer, 67, well known farmer of the Mina community north of Greenville, died at 11:00 o'clock Tuesday night at  his home.  He had been in ill haelth (sic) about two years.


Funeral arrangements had not been completed early this (Wednesday) morning. Arrangements are in charge of James-Coker-Peters.


He is survived by his wife, Three daughters, Mrs. H. L. Mashburn, Paducah, Texas; Miss Berna Dee Fulfer, Celeste; and Mrs. Wayne Sherrin, Toklo, Texas; and two sons, Grover Fulfer, Celeste; and Malcolm Fulfer, Commerce; four grandchildren and one great grandchild.
Submitted by Vanessa Deshazer


  Grover Norris Fulfer
(January 29, 1913-November 15, 1985)


Greenville (TX) Herald Banner
Saturday, November 16, 1985


Funeral services for Grover Norris Fulfer, 72, 0f 3512 Eutopia, are set for 2 p.m. Monday at the Coker-Mathews Funeral Home chapel.  He died Friday morning at the Citizens General Hospital.


Rev. Charles Simmons will officiate.  Burial will be in Forest Park Cemetery.


He was born Jan. 29, 1913 in Hunt County to Grover C. and Laura Jackson Fulfer. The retired employee of Lone Star Gas in Dallas was a Baptist.


Survivors include two sisters, Berna D. Fulfer of Greenville,  and Mrs. Vida Sherrin of Brownfield.


He was preceded in death by a brother and sister.


Pallbearers will be Gene Fulfer, Jodie Fortenbury, Cloyce  Robnett, Marshall Blalack and Millard Parrish.
Submitted by Susie Whatley




  Hattie Emma Griffith Fulfer
(Dec. 15, 1909-Nov. 18, 1975)



Sequatchie Newspaper
Nov 25, 1982


Mrs. Hattie Emma Griffith Fulfer, 73, of Sequatchie, Tenn., died Thursday morning, November 18, at her home.  Mrs. Fulfer was of the Baptist faith.  She was a daughter of the late John and Viola Lawson Griffith.


Survivors include her husband, James Richard Fulfer; four daughters, Myrtle Belk and Ola Mae Tate, all of Sequatchie; Peggy Powell, Powell's Crossroads, Tenn., Joan McNabb, Guild, Tenn., six sons, James and Jack Fulfer, both of Whitwell, Tenn., Billy Sam, Roy, Tommy and Ricky Fulfer, all of Sequatchie;  three sister, Gladys Bolton, Jasper, Tenn.,  Gracie Ladd, Sequatchie, Sally Holder, Tiftonia, GA; brother, Robert Griffith, Jasper; 37 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren.


Services were held Saturday morning in the funeral home with Joe V. Colston officiating.  Grandsons served as pallbearer. Burial in Lasater Cemetery.  Rogers Funeral Home, Jasper, in charge of arrangements.
(wife of James Richard "Jim" Fulfer)
Submitted by  Lynn Roach


 


  Henrietta May Fulfer


Long Beach P-T
March 19, 2002
FULFER, Henrietta May. Survived by loving nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews and friends. Henrietta was a California native born in San Diego. Graduated from Poly High in 1922. She retired from Arco in 1969. Private family services will be held.
Published in the Long Beach Press-Telegram on 3/19/2002
(Could use help in indentifing this Fulfer)
Submitted by Vanessa Deshazer






  Henry Franklin Fulfer
(November 12, 1894-July 10, 1933)


Daily Oklahoman
 July 11, 1933


FULFER--Henry F., 42, 2205 S. W. 8th.  Survivors; his wife; two daughters, Miss Geneva Fulfer and Mrs. Mildred Courtney, Oklahoma City; three brothers, and five sisters. Arrangements later by the Hahn.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer

 Henry Howard Fulfer
(October 26, 1890-August 26, 1970)
Log Cabin Democrat
September 3, 1970


H. H. Fulfer Dies; Funeral Friday


Henry H. Fulfer, 79, of Rt. 1, Greenbrier, died Wednesday (Aug. 26, 1970). A farmer, he lived in Arkansas since 1948.


Mr. Fulfer was born Oct. 26, 1890, in Bonham, Tex., a son of Margaret
Driggers and William Riley Fulfer. In 1925 he married the former Millie Wright, who survives.


He was a member of Soda Valley Free Will Baptist Church.


Survivors also include five sons, Oliver Fulfer of Odessa, Tex., Travis Fulfer of Jacksonville, Larry and Troy Fulfer, both of Cabot, and Coy Fulfer of the home; eight daughters, Mrs. Ray Tucker of Santa Anna, Tex., Mrs. R. L.
Brawley of Wichita Falls, Tex., Mrs. Billy Davenport of Houston, Tex., Mrs. Gene Wright of Cabot, Mrs. Daniel Gray of Kansas City, Kan., Mrs. Don Hunt and Mrs. Billy Payne, both of Little Rock, and Mrs. Jimmie Graham of Greenbrier; 24 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.


The Rev. Clyde Coleman conducted funeral services Friday at McNutt Chapel.


Burial was in Crestlawn Memorial Park.


Pallbearers were Faber Hall, George Ed Hall, Farrel Graham, Eddie Graham,Gary Reynolds and Edward Roberts.


Submitted by Lee Driggers





 Harold Elisha Fulfer
(Feb. 9, 1920-Aug. 28, 1998)


The Atlanta Journal & Constitution
Sunday, August 30, 1998, pg. G6


Mr. Harold E. Fulfer, age 84 of Marietta, died August 28, 1998. Mr Fulfer retired from Arizona Portland Cement Company after 22 years service.  He was a member of the First Christian Church of Roswell. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Nola R. Fulfer; daughters, Darla Huffman and Lee Titshaw, both of Marietta; sister, Bessie Reid, Jacksonville, FL; brother, Darwin Fulfer, Freeport, IL; 5 grandchildren, several great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Monday, August 31, at 2:30 p.m. at Canton Hill.  Mr. Jeff Carrier officiating.  Interment, Paradise Cemetery in Salem, Illinois.  The family will recieve friends Sunday afternoon from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at Canton Hill. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Heart Association.  Arrangements by H. M. Patterson & Son Canton Hill Chapel. (770) 977-9485.
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Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer





  Hersell Birgil Fulfer
(September 15, 1908-April 01, 1996)                  


Death Record Transcription


Certificate of Death  96-2770
Hersell Birgil Fulfer  ss# 525-52-6262
d: Apr 1 1996 - High Desert Continuing Care Joshua Tree, San Bernardino, CA  age 87
b: Sept 15, 1908 - Texas  male, white, married
occup: Carpenter - civil services - 25 years
res: 7796 North Star Ave. - 29 Palms, San Bernardino, CA 92277
    25 years in California
spouse: Opal Kaleta Ainsworth
F: George C. Fulfer - Texas
M: Lillie Kate Wyatt - Texas
cause of death: congestive heart failure, stroke
burial: cremated - remains with wife.



  IANN FULFER
(November 08, 1894-Dec 11, 1989)


Press Democrat
December 17, 1989


Memorial services will be held Saturday for IAnn Fulfer, who died at her Sonoma home on December 11.
Fulfer, the widow of the late Claude Isaac Fulfer, was 95 at the time of her death. She was a native of Chicago, Ill. and a veteran of World War II.
She is survived by her son, Earl Louis Fulfer of Sonoma, and three grandchildren, Anne-Marie Fulfer of Davis, MarySusan Fulfer of Los Angeles, and John Steven Roberts Fulfer of Sonoma.
Fulfer worked as a secretary in the U.S. Bureau of Veterans' Affairs for 25 years. She was a member of the American Legion, the Sonoma Valley Women's Club and women of the Moose, Sonoma Lodge.
Memorial services will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at Hanna Boys' Center, 1700 Arnold Drive, Sonoma.
Donations in her memory may be made to the Hanna Boys' Center, Box 100, Sonoma.
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Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Ida Florence Fulfer
(Dec. 20, 1903-June 30, 1991)


Publication Date: July 01, 1991
Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Page: 3
Subjects:
Region: Dallas-Ft. Worth Metro, Texas
Obituary:
CLEBURNE - Ida Florence Fulfer, a longtime resident of Cleburne, died Sunday at a Cleburne nursing home of natural causes. She was 87.
Funeral will be at 3 p.m. today at Crosier-Pearson-Mayfield Funeral Home in Cleburne. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery in Cleburne.
Mrs. Fulfer was born in Grayson County and had lived in Cleburne most of her life. She was a homemaker and a member of the Methodist Church in Godley.
Survivors: Four daughters, Marie Payne of Cleburne, Helen Young of Godley, Margaret Trawich of Kopperl and Sue Callowhill of Duncanville; son, Jerry Fulfer of Granbury; sister, Ethel Wise of Cleburne; 17 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren.
Mary N. Bradford, Country club employee
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


  Ida Francis Powell Fulfer
(May 13, 1907-September 10, 1961)


The Texas Spur
September 14, 1961


Ida Frances Fulfer
Funeral services for Mrs. Ida Frances Fulfer, 54, were held Wednesday morning at 10 a.m. in the Campbell Funeral Chapel. She died September 10, in Springdale, Arkansas.
Mrs. Fulfer lived in Dickens County from 1918 to 1933 when she moved from here. She had resided in Arkansas since 1941.
Luther Bilberry officiated at the services.
Survivors include three daughters and one son. They are Mrs. Marie Morse, Annapolis, MD; Mrs. Dorothy Smith, Ardmore, OK; Mrs. Sue Bowen, Springdale, Ark; and Doyle Sumarall, Fresno, CA.
Other survivors include five brothers, W.Q., M.C. and Chester Powell, Spur; Dan Powell, Grants, NM and Lee Powell, Corcoran, CA.
One sister, Mrs. Viola Chambless, Fresno, CA also survives along with her mother, Mrs. N.J. Dean, Spur.
Ten grandchildren also survive.
Pallbearers were Carl and Charlie Powell, C.E. Crew, Sammy Powell, Dempsey Bowen and Edward Smith.
Interment in Spur Cemetery.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  J.D. "Shorty" Fulfer
(July 05, 1921-October 17, 1972)


 Odessa A
pg 24
October 18, 1972


FINAL RITES SET ON FRIDAY


Services  for 10:30 a.m in Hubbard-Kelly Funeral Home are set for J. D. (Shorty) Fulfer, 51, a retired mechanic who live at 820 W. 59th. He was death on arrival Tuesday morning at Medical Center Hospital. Rev. Jerry Thorpe of Temple Baptist Church will officiate.


Graveside services at 3 p.m. Friday will be conducted in Rough Creek Cemetery Friday.  An autopsy has been ordered.


He was born in Matador on July 05, 1921, and married Virginia T. Motes Feb. 14, 1969. He came to Odessa in 1951 from Novice and was a member of the Methodist Church and a veteren of World War II.


Survivors include the widow, of the home; a daughter, Sally Loree Fuler (sic) of 611 West Clifford; three sons, Jerry Fulfer of Ft. Food (sic), Larry Fulfer and Austin Fulfer both of 611 West Clifford; three stepsons, Larry Motes of Yuma, Ariz., and Allen Motes and Byran Motes both of 820 West 59th; three step-daughters, Brenda O'Donnel of 2006 West 43rd, and Vicki O'Donnel and Cassie O'Donnel both of 820 West 59th; two brothers, Earl Fulfer of Macadoo, and Walter Fulfer of Tarzan; four sister, Mrs. Fortha Baillo of 409 Glendale, Mrs. Alma Simpson and Mrs Loree Joyner, both of Midland, and Mrs. Sarah Gonzales of Warren; and two grandchildren.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



  Jabe Olan Fulfer
(March 03, 1898-August 27, 1969)


GREEN FUNERAL HOME, INC.
               "Jack"
August 28, 1969
Jabe Olan Fulfer


Place of Death
County:  King County
City, Town: Seattle
Hospital: Harborview


Usual Residence of Address
State: California
City: Central Valley
Street: Box 245


Veteran's and War-NO
Social Security: 457-0705876 A
Sex: male
Name of Spouse: Verda Elsie Thomas


Date of Death: 8-27-1969
Date of Birth:  3-24-1898
Age: 71 years



Birthplace: Texas
Usual Occupation: Plasterer
Business or employer: Construction
Father's name: George Columbus Fulfer
Mother's name: Kate Wyatt
Informant: Johnny W. Fulfer (son)
                 12649 94th Ave. N. E.
                 Kirkland, Wash.  822-5072


Cause of Death
Autopsy: Yes


First Call Information:
Family will call: Colonial Chapel 8/28 hour 1:00 pm


Date of Funeral: Tuesday, September 2, 1969
Services at: Colonial Chapel     Time: 3:00 PM
Cemetery: Sunset Hills
Burial: yes Cremation: NO
Officiant: B/F Sister Baker
Singers: B/F
Organist: Anita Beaty


Family or Relatives
Husband of: Verda E. Fulfer Central Valley, Cal
Father of: John W. Fulfer, Seattle
                Gene D. Fulfer, Santa Ana, Cali


Brother of: Milton Fulfer, Mountainari, New Mexico
                  Clifton J. Fulfer  "
                  Felton Fulfer,    "
                  Charles Fufler "
                  Mrs. Ernest Mathew,     "
                  Clyde Fulfer, Las Vegas, Nevada
                  Herchell Fulfer, Las Cruces, New  Mexico


Newspaper Funeral Notice:
NONE


Submitted by Jim Fulfer, grandson of Jabe O. Fulfer                    




  James Calosper Fulfer
(Jan. 3, 1888-Oct. 13, 1966)


FINAL RITES FOR J. C. FULFER SR. HELD SATURDAY


Final rites for James C. Fulfer Sr, 78, were held Saturday October 15 at 10 a.m. at the Pecan Gap Baptist Church. Rev. Richard U. Nelson, Second Baptist Church Garland, and Rev. Blake Dunagan, Dallas, officiated at the service with interment in Restland Cemetery in Roxton under the direction of Delta funeral home
   Mr. Fulfer who died in Garland Memorial Hospital at 11:35 a.m.,Thursday October 13th after having been a patient there for the past six  weeks, was born in Roxton January 3rd, 1888,  the son of John Wesley and  Fannie Jackson Fulfer. A retired farmer, he lived in Roxton for approximately 74 years.
     He is survived by three sons, J. C. Fulfer, Jr.,  Garland, and John B. and Bill Fulfer of Dallas; three daughters, Mrs. J. Lee Richardson, Pecan Gap; Mrs. D.W. Jordan, Arlington;  Mrs. Glynn  Stevens, Garland, and seven grandchildren.   
Submitted Patsy Stevens



  James Edward Fulfer
(February 24, 1930-November 19, 1984)


Fort Worth Star Telegram
Tuesday evening, November 20, 1984
James E. Fulfer, 54, Fort Worth, passed away Monday evening. Survivors: Wife, Monette Fuler, Fort Worth; son & daughter-in-law, Mark & Vicki Fulfer; daughter & son-in-law, Ronda & Mike Stewart, Austin; children, Hal M. Fulfer, Rami Davidoff, Oded Davidoff, Frances Fulfer, mother, Mrs. Stella Fulfer, sister, Mrs. Julia Jacobs, Fort Worth; brothers, Charles Fulfer, Port Arthur, Doyle Fulfer, Fort Worth; two grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Services 10 a.m. Wednesday Biggers Funeral Chapel. Rev. Floyd Howard officiating. Interment 1 p.m. Palo Pinto Cemetery, Palo Pinto. Arrangements Biggers Funeral Home, 7139 Jacksboro Hwy. 237-3341
(son of Luther Franklin Fulfer and Stella Mae Rumfield)
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


    


  James Ralph Fulfer
(April 9, 1920-July 15, 1995)


Publication Date: July 17, 1995
Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Page: 13
Subjects:
Region: Dallas-Ft. Worth Metro, Texas
Obituary:
STEPHENVILLE - James Ralph Fulfer,  75, a retired welder, died Saturday at an Eldorado, Okla., residence.
Funeral: 2 p.m. Tuesday at Stephenville Funeral Home. Burial: Hannibal Cemetery in Erath County. Stephenville Funeral Home Stephenville, (817) 965-3161 Ann Gilbert
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



  James R. "Jim" Fulfer
(Oct. 8, 1903-June 18, 1987)


Sequatchie Newspaper
June 25, 1987


James R. "Jim" Fulfer, 83, of Sequatchie, Tenn., died June 18 in South Pittsburg Municipal Hospital. A native of Sequatchie, he was a retired farmer and was the son of late Sam and Myrtle Wyman Fulfer.  He was preceded in death by his first wife, Hattie Emma Griffith Fulfer, and two daughters, Ola Mae Tate and Virginia Crowley.
Survivors include his wife, Beulah Case Fulfer, Sequatchie; six sons, Billy Sam, Roy Lee, Tommy and Ricky Fulfer all of Sequatchie, James Fulfer, Whitweell, Tenn., and Jack Fulfer, South Pittsburg; three daughters, Myrtle Belk, Sequatchie, Peggy Powell, Whitwell, Tenn., and Joanie McNabb, Chattangooga; sister Ophelia Duggan, Sequatchie; 37grandchildren, 27 great grandchildren, several nieces and nephews.
Services were conducted Sunday afternoon in the funeral home chapel with the Rev. Joe V. Colston officiating.  Burial in Lasater Cemetery. Rogers Funeral Home, Jasper, Tenn., in charge of arrangements.
(Son of Samuel Fulfer)
Submitted by  Lynn Roach



 James Seaborn Fulfer
February 08, 1873-December 22, 1954)


Fulfer--James S Fulfer, 81, died yesterday in Sutter County hospital following a lingering illness.  He was a native of Texas and had been a resident of this community for the past 20 years and for the past 14 years had resided on Lytle Rd. in Sutter County.  He was a retired farmer.


Survivors include his wife, Eva; four daughters, Mrs. Sudie Fields and Mrs. Lily Lee Favors of Marysville; Mrs Virdell Willis and Leona Fulfer of Yuba City; a son, Marion Fulfer of Yuba City, and a granddaughter.


Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. in Hutchison's Colonial Chapel with Rev. Tom Applegarth, pastor of the Franklin Homesite Oneness Pentecostal church officiating. Interment will be in Sutter Cemetery.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer






  James Walter Fulfer
(February 17, 1906-March 06, 1978)



Services for James Walter Fulfer 629 W. Rayburn who died Monday at Fannin County Hospital will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at Cooper-Sorrells Funeral Chapel at Honey Grove. Burial will be at Oak Wood cemetery at Honey Grove. Born on Feb. 17, 1905, at Lamasco, he was the son of late Greenberry Fulfer and Zora Harris Fulfer. He married Zera (sic)  Letrell Sept. 30,1929, at Riverby. He was a retired farmer.
He is survived by his wife Vera of Honey Grove, son Charles Fulfer of Euless, daughters Betty Jones of Honey Grove, Anna Pinkston of Ladonia, Opal O'Hare of Ladonia, Helen Jones of San Jose, California and Betsy Lorrcorse of Tracy, California;15 grandchildren; and 5 greatgrandchildren.
Family members will receive friends at the funeral home from 7-9p.m. Tuesday.


Marriage dates differ: Sept. 30,1929 Riverby, Fannin Co., Tx-September 08, 1929 Hunt Co., TX
Submitted by Vanessa Deshazer



  Jeannette Fulfer
September 02, 1920-November 01, 1999


FREEPORT - Jeannette A. Fulfer, 79, of Freeport, formerly of Lake Summerset, died Monday (Nov. 1, 1999) at SwedishAmerican Hospital, Rockford.
Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Burke-Tubbs Funeral Home, West Galena Avenue and North Walnut avenues, Freeport. The Rev. Tommy Simpson will officiate. Burial will be in Chapel Hill Cemetery.
Visitation will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.
(Jeannette ASCHER)
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Jefferson Davis Fulfer
(January 1863-July 15, 1936)


Ochiltree County Herald
July 23, 1936
Perryton, Tx


Aged Citizen Dies
--------
Burial Rites for J. D. Fulfer at Wilson Funeral Home Last Thursday Afternoon


J. D. Fulfer, age 72, passed away at his home in this city at 2:30 a.m.,  Thursday, July 16. Services were conducted by  Rev. W. B. Vaughn, pastor of the First Methodist Church of Perryton, at the Wilson Funeral Home.  Pall bearers were A. E. D. Brooks, Ben Stringfellow, A. F. Cutter and B. J. Phelps. Following the services at 2:00 p.m. Thursday afternoon, the remains were laid to rest in the Ochiltree cemetery.


The deceased was born at Greenville, Texas on January 10, 1864. He grew to manhood in that locality. When a young man he moved to Ardmore, Oklahoma, where he resided until 1911, when he came to Roberts County, Texas, where he remained for a year before locating at Old Ochiltree, moving to Perryton in 1919.


Mr. Fulfer was married in 1894 to Miss Alabama Carrie Brown, who preceded him in death on May 5, 1935.  Three children survive: C. B. Fulfer, Mrs. Grace Chick, and Mrs. Ray Barclay, all of this city.  Three children died in infancy.  The deceased was a member of the Methodist church.  He had engaged in farming until recent years.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Jessie Blanche Brown Fulfer
(Jan. 12, 1921 -Jan. 01, 1998)


Jesse Blanche Fulfer, 76, of Bentonville died Thursday, Jan 1, 1998,
At a West Siloam Springs nursing home.  Born Jan 12, 1921, in Rogers,
She was the daughter of Frank and Mattie (Muir) Brown.


She was a housewife and attended Fellowship Baptist Church in Bentonville.


Survivors include her husband, Brady Fulfer of Bentonville, three sons, William "Bill" Elderton of Starkville MS, Paul Fulfer of Salem and Tommy Fulfer of Bentonville; two
Daughters, Marilyn Carr of Gig Harbor WA, and Joyce Wood of Lincoln; three brothers,
Ernest Brown of Everett WA, and Carl Jennings and Jack Jennings of Missouri; a sister, Elsie Herman of Garfield; nine grandchildren; and six great -grandchildren.


Service will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at First Assembly of God in Springdale with the Rev Lonnie Nelson and David Fulfer officiating.  Burial will be in the Friendship Cemetery under the direction of Memorial Funeral Home of Springdale.  There will be no visitation.


Submitted by Terry Fulfer





  Jesse Bradley "Brad" Fulfer
(July 29, 1911-December 30, 1990)


Bradley Fulfer


Funeral services, 79, were held Tuesday in Foskey Funeral Home's Ivy Chapel of Dimmitt with the Rev. Van Earl Hughes, retired minister, and the Rev. Craig Curry,  pastor of Hale Center First United Methodist Church,  officiating.  Burial was in Westlawn Memorial Park by Foskey Funeral Home.


Mr. Fulfer died Sunday, Dec. 30, 1990, at his residence in Hale Center following a lengthy illness.  


He was born in House, N.M. He married Juanita Gilbreath in 1934 in Pampa.  He was a longtime businessman in Dimmitt and Hale Center.


After moving to Hale Center, Mr. Fulfer operated a used furniture and antique store on Main Street. Mr. Fulfer was a man who did business in an old fashioned manner. He enjoyed horse trading with customers. With gentle nature and sound old fashion advice, his store front was often for community bull sessions.


Survivors include his wife; a son Kenneth; a daughter, Wynema Adams of Hale Center; six grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.


The family suggests memorials to the Hodges Cancer Center, care of Lubbock Hospital.
Submitted by Lefty and Patty Fulfer





  Jerry Stevenson Fulfer
(Sept. 24, 1881-April 1953)


Sequachie Newspaper


Sudden Death Jerry Fulfer  


Jerry Stevensun Fulfer, aged 72, was found dead at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Jess Coppinger, half way between here and Victoria Saturday night. Mr. Fulfer who lived with his daughter, had eaten supper and seemed to be all right.  He went to his chair on the porch and sat before retiring.  Leaving him after he had retired Mr. and Mrs. Coppinger and children went to Jasper.  When they returned Mr. Fulfer had gotten up out of bed and was out in a chair on the porch, which was not unusual for him to do.  Mr. Coppinger seeing him sitting there when the car light flashed upon him, blew the car horn which failed to rouse him, he then hollowed at him with still no response.  He said to his wife " There is something wrong." Upon investigation he found him dead.


Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Joe Donahue, Sequatchie, and Mrs. Jess Coppinger of R. 2 Whitewell, several nieces and nephews and six grandchildren.


Funeral Services were conducted at the Sardis Methodist church with the pastor Rev. J. F. Payne and Rev. Joe Coston officiating.


Burial in Sardis Cemetery.
(Son of Nicholas Fulfer)
Submitted by Lynn Roach



  Jim Fulfer
(February 6,1958-March 13, 1991)



March 17, 1991
 The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Page: 4


MANSFIELD - Jim Fulfer, a clerk for Americhem Plastics Co., died Wednesday at a Fort Worth hospital. He was 33.
Funeral will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Greenwood Funeral Home. Burial will be in Greenwood Mausoleum.
Mr. Fulfer was born in Kermit and had lived in Tarrant County for 10 years. He was an Army veteran and a Methodist.
Survivors: Father, James Ralph Fulfer of Eldorado, Okla.; mother, Mary Lucille Simpson of Eldorado; four brothers, Edwin Fulfer of Monahans, Pat Fulfer of Napa, Calif., Michael Fulfer of Fort Worth and Bert Fulfer of Georgia; and sister, Dianne Solon of Fort Worth.


Credited to Lynn Roach



  John Calvin Fulfer
(July 30, 1908-March 17, 1990)



Northern Wyoming Daily News   Worland, WY


John Calvin "Slim" Fulfer died Saturday, March 17 at Washakie Memorial Hospital in Worland.  He was 81.  He was born July 30, 1908 in House, New Mexico Territory, a son of John Calvin and Jessie Francis (Ward) Fulfer.  He was raised near Wheeler, Texas on a ranch and had lived in Hot Springs, Ark. for a few years.  The family moved back to Wheeler in 1922.  He then worked on a ranch as a foreman before working in the oilfields for a short time.  He then moved to Alanreed, Texas where he and his brother owned a ranch.
The family them moved to Dimmitt, Texas where he worked on construction and built FHA homes.  In June, 1929, he married Mildred Standlee.  They were
later divorced.  In 1939, he married Jayne Burnham.  She died Nov 8, 1981.
He then married Maxine Dupree on Feb 14, 1982 in Worland.  He entered the U.S. Navy during World War II and served on a repair ship.  Following the war, he returned to Dimmitt and ranched with his brother until 1957 when he and his son, Lefty, moved to Owl Creek and Gooseberry to ranch.  They owned the ranch, selling it in 1977.  He move south of Worland in 1963 and was a volunteer in the community as a blood pressure taker.  He was a member of the First Baptist Church in Worland and had been a member of the Odd Fellows in Texas.  
Survivors include his wife, Maxine, of Worland;  two sons, J.C. "Lefty" of Kingston, Okla. and S. C. "Stan" of Houston, Texas; one brother, J. Bradley Fulfer of Hale Center, Texas; six grandchildren; 10 step-grandchildren; two great-grandchildren and 18 step-great-grandchildren.
The service is scheduled for 10 am today in the First Baptist Church in Worland, with the Rev. Bronson Pittman officiating.  Burial will be in Riverview Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Worland.  Veile Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  John Franklin Fulfer
(Jan. 1858-March 11, 1938)


 THE DAILY JOURNAL COMMERCE, TEXAS MAY 8, 1938


IN MEMORY OF J.F. FULFER


     John Franklin Fulfer, prominent pioneer of  Hunt County died at the family home at South Sulphur May 11.  He departed this life at the age of 79 years.  Death was attributed to paralysis.
     Funeral services were held from the south Sulphur Baptist Church with Rev. E. G. Nelson and W. W. Rogers officiating.  Burial was in South Sulphur Cemetery.
     Mr. Fulfer was born near Commerce and moved to South Sulphur community at the age of where he resided until his death.  
     In the year of 1879 he married Miss Sallie Wood who preceded him in death.  To this union nine children were born of which six survived:  John Wesley Fulfer of Shafter Calif.;  Sam Fulfer of Ladonia;  Luther Fulfer of Fairlie;  Mrs. A.L. White of Joplin, MO;  Mrs. W. H. Holland of Keokuk, Iowa;  Mrs. Ima Gore, of Snyder, Texas.
     Nov. 16, 1908, he was married to Mrs. Mary Cox.  She and her four children survive:  Dean Cox, of Dallas; Bryan Cox,  C.W. Cox,  Mrs.  N.A. Griffin,  all of  South Sulphur.
     A conscientious Christian Mr. Fulfer was a member of the Christian Church and had been a faithful follower of the Master's teaching.  He was a splendid citizen in every respect.  Widely known throughout this section.  He has hundreds of friends who will bow their heads in sorrow because of his passing.  In his passing, we lost one of South Sulphur's finest pioneers, a kind and noble friend, a true Christian gentleman.
     Particularly will be missed in the family circle where he so long presided as kind and loving father. The children and step children he reared are a tribute to the father and the principles he inculcated in them from earliest childhood.  He set a splendid copy for all to follow.
     The great God saw and knew his earthly deeds were well completed and he only called him home to rest.  The day may seem long and dreary now since his going away, but there is always the comforting thought that he is waiting for us on the other side.  Earth is poorer but Heaven is richer by his going away.  O'all is well.



  John Franklin Fulfer
 (January 27, 1913 -July 14, 1958)


July 15, 1958
Private funeral services will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the Armstrong-Flickinger Mortuary for John F. Fulfer, 45, 617 Woodrow, North Bakersfield, who died July 14, at  his home.  Dr. B. C. Barrett of the First Baptist Church will officiate and interment will be in Shafter Cemetery. Mr. Fulfer was born Jan. 27, 1913 in Texas and had been a resident of Bakersfield for 30 years. Mrs. Fulfer is survived by his widow, Eloise Fulfer of North Bakersfield; his mother, Mrs. Laura Fulfer of Bakersfield; sons, Richard Fulfer of Lancaster and Robert Fulfer of Bakersfield; a stepson, Gary West of Bakersfield; a daughter, Mrs. Beverly Sheltren of Ojal; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Roberta Natts of Bakersfield; sisters, Mrs. Clara Mae Ratzlaff of Tehachapi; Lorraine Humphrey of Bakersfield and Betty Patterson of Bakersfield.  Armstrong-Flickinger Mortuary is in charge of funeral arrangements.




  Johnny Ray Fulfer
(June 10, 1948-November 27, 1999)


Paris News
Monday, November 29, 1999


Johnny Ray Fulfer, 51, of Terrell died Saturday, No. 27, 1999, in Del Rio.
Services will be at 11 a.m.  Tuesday, Nov 30, in Fry and Gibbs Funeral Home Chapel with burial in Meadowbrook Cemetery.  Visitation will be from 6-7 p.m. Monday at the funeral home.
Mr. Fulfer was born June 10, 1948, in Paris to John B. and Kathleen Dotson Fulfer.  He graduated from Bryan Adams High School and attended El Centro Junior College and Eastfield College in Dallas.  He was employed by Flexible Foam Corp. in Terrell in the tool maintenance division.  He was a member of Second Baptist Church in Dallas.
Surviving are two children, Darrin Fufler and his wife Ann of Mesquite; and one stepbrother, Thomas Russell Sr. of Sachse.  He was preceded in death by his mother in 1983.
Pallbeareers will be Mark Davis, Richie Davis, Lance Lemberg, Jerry Cartmill, Jeffrey Cowley, and Jason Cowley.
Credited to Obituary Lookup Volunteers
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Johnny Wendell Fulfer
(Aug. 21, 1940-Nov. 17, 1973)



Johnny Wendell Fulfer
b. 8-21-40 NM
d. 11-17-73 (D.O.A.at hospital)
f. Jabe Fulfer (TX)
m. Elsie Thomas (NM)
Wife: Susan Grabau
Lived here for 2 years.
Residence: 3746 Marzo St.  San Diego, CA 92154
Worked as a car salesman for 3 weeks at Bay Ford Co.
He was killed in an auto accident on 11-17-73 at 3:15 a.m. He was the
driver of a private car travelling on highway 94 when he lost control and
collided with a truck tractor, semi-trailer and was pinned in.
He was buried at Greenwood Memorial Park in San Diego
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Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer





  John Roy Fulfer
(October 27, 1890-July 1964)


N.W. Arkansas Times
July 27, 1964


Springdale-John Ray (sic) Fulfer, 73, of Oak Grove community, died Saturday at his home.  He was a retired farmer and a member of the First Assembly of God church.  He was born Oct. 27, 1890, at Coleman, Tex.


Surviving are two sons, J. N. Fulfer of Springdale, and  Paul Ray of Pecos, Tex.; two daughters, Mrs. James Pauline Maples and Mrs. Billy Wanda Woods of Springdale;  a brother, Delmar, Lockney, Tex.; three sisters, Mrs. Benny Callaway of Lockney, Mrs. Lydia Hickson, Matador, Tex., and Mrs. Virgie Elmore of Spur, Tex., 15-grandchildren.


Funeral service will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at Assembly of God church.  Burial will be in Friendship cemetery under the direction of Callison-Sisco funeral home.
(son of John Suttle Fulfer and Sarah Ann Davis)
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer

 John Thomas Fulfer
(July 09, 1944-September 04, 1964)


The Fresno Bee
Sunday, Sept 6, 1964


Fulfer, John T.  Son of Mrs. Lester Peden of Pinedale and Elick Fulfer of Texas.  Stepson of Lester Peden of Pinedale.  Brother of Calvin Fulfer of Pinedale and J. C. Fulfer of Clovis, grandson of Mrs. Effie Honsa of Texas.  Age 20 years.  Graveside services will be Wednesday, September 9, 1964 at 10 AM in the Clovis Cemetery.  Boice Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.



The Fresno Bee
Sunday, Sept 6, 1964
Sec 7B


Fulfer, John T., of 91 Fir Street, Pinedale, gravesie services 10 AM Wednesday, Clovis Cemetery; Boice Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
Submitted by Vanessa Deshazer



  John Wesley Fulfer
(July 16, 1880-February 27, 1955)


March 1, 1955


Funeral services will be conducted in Greenlawn Chapel tomorrow at 10 a.m. for John Wesley Fulfer, 74, a retired farmer, of Edison, who died in Tehachapi hospital Feb. 27.  Mr. George Dickson of the Church of Christ will officiate and interment will be in Shafter.  The deceased was born July 16, 1880 in Texas and had lived in Edison for 12 years. He was a member of the Church of Christ in Bakersfield. Survivors include his wife, Laura F. Fulfer, Edison, daughters, Mrs. Clara Ratzlaff, Tehachapi, Mrs. Loraine Humphrey, North Bakersfield and Mrs. Betty Patterson, Bakersfield; son, John Fulfer, North Bakersfield; brother, Sam Fulfer, Greenville, Tex; sisters, Mrs. R. L. White, San Diego, and Mrs. Ima Gore, Snyder, Tex.,; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Charlie Humphrey, Richard Patterson, L. J.   Fulfer, Jake Ratzlaff, Austin Smith, and Ryley  Bland.
(Note: the name Ryley Bland was hard to read)
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer





  Joseph Dee Fulfer
(January 08, 1950-February 19, 1982)


Midland Reporter-Telegram
February 20, 1982
Page 2A, Columns 1 and 2


Joe Fulfer


Joe Fulfer, 23, of 2606 Maxwell died early Friday at his home after a one month illness.


Graveside services will be at 4 p.m. today in Resthaven Memorial Park with the Rev. Lindsay McQuold, associate minister of St. Luke's United Methodist Church, officiating.  Newnie W. Ellis Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.


He was born Jan. 8, 1950 in Guyman, Okla.  He lived in Gruver before moving to Midland in 1980. He was a 1981 graduate of The University of Texas at Austin with a degree in economics and was an accountant at John Wilson Drilling Company.  He was a Methodist.


Survivors include his mother, Marie Fulfer of Midland;  a brothers, Jay Fulfer of Midland, and two sisters, Joy Moore of Bury St. Edmunds, England, and Sue Smith of Woodward, Okla.


The family requests memorials be directed to Hospice, P.O. Box 2621, Midland, 79702.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer





  Patricia Ann Heffron Fulfer
(July 30, 1928-December 25, 1985)


Anaheim Bulletin
December 27, 1985


Patricia Fulfer


Fulfer, Patricia, of Anaheim, passed away December 21, 1985 at a local hospital.  She is survived by her husband, Wilson; 3 sons; Michael, William, Daniel; 3 daughters, Mary Ann, Rosemary, Cathleen; 3 grandchildren; John, Melinda, and Melissa. Mrs. Fulfer was born in Anaheim and a resident of Anaheim all her life, her father was the late Jimmy Heffron a sports writer for the Anaheim Bulletin until 1946. She was a graduate of St. Boniface School, Marywood High School and  a member of St. Anthony Claret since the time it was founded.  Mass of Christian. Burial celebrated on Thursday, December 26, 1985 at 7:00 p.m. at St. Anthony Claret Catholic Church.  


Interment services were held at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Orange, on Friday Morning at 10:00 a.m.  Backs-Kaulbars Baggott & Schacht Mortuary directors.


Backs-Kaulbars
Baggott & Schacht
Anaheim Mortuary


Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Josephine Wilson Fulfer
(April 03, 1899-August 12, 1998)



 ANAHEIM OBITUARIES
 August 27, 1998
The Orange County Register


Obituary: Josephine Fulfer, 99, of Anaheim, a retired secretary, died Aug. 12 of natural causes. Private services. Arrangements by Backs-Kaulbars Baggott & Schacht Anaheim Mortuary.
Survivors: son, Wilson; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  J. S. Fulfer
(Josiah S. Fulfer)
(January 13, 1835-March 17, 1921)
Taylor County, Texas 1921
MAN 86 YEARS OLD DIED HERE THURSDAY
J. S. Fulfer; age 86 years; who died at the home of his grandson, C. S. Parker (Samuel Parker) in 936 Jennetle? street at 8 o'clock Thursday morning was buried at Potosi Friday afternoon. Mr. Fulfer had lived here with his grandson for about ten years.
Credited to Lee Driggers




  Juanita Elizabeth Ragland Fulfer
(February 10, 1916-November 30, 2000)


Albuquerque Journal
December 3, 2000


Junaita Elizabeth Fulfer, 84, a long time resident of Torrance County passed away Thursday, November 30, 2000 in Albuquerque, NM. She was born to Lemmie and Mackie Virginia (Scott) Regland, February 10, 1916 in Abernathy, TX. She married Charles N. Fulfer in Albuquerque, NM on July 30, 1956, he preceded her in death January 24, 1999. Juanita a member of the Mountainair Assembly of God Church, and active in the Mountainair Christian Ladies Prayer Group. She was also a homemaker and loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, and will be missed by all that knew and loved her. She is survived by two sons, Charles N. Fulfer Jr., of Mountainair, NM and Don and wife, Sandy Fulfer of Moriarty, NM; four sisters, Lena Harrington, Josie Thomas, Beunah Chaney and Virginia Boyd; four grandchildren, Ronald Charles, Dennis Clyde, Rayshell, and Corrie; three great-grandchildren, Cody, Dillion, and Dustin. Mrs. Fulfer will lie in state Sunday, December 3, 2000 from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Harris-Hanlon Mortuary in Mountainair, NM. Funeral services will be held Monday, December 4, 2000 10:00 a.m. at the Mountainair Assembly of God Church with Glenn Fulfer, Rev. James Pinckard and Willis Deerman Officiating, burial following at the White Lake Cemetery at Gran Quivera, NM. Pallbearers will be Joe Stidham, Greg Harrington, Doyle Chaney, Jason Fulfer, Kelly Fulfer, and Marvin Fulfer. Honorary Pallbearers will be Vernie Wells, Denny Stiedham, Ron Fulfer, Dennis Fulfer, and Marvin Pat Fulfer. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to the Harris-Hanlon Mortuary in Mountainair, NM.
Submitted by Biddie




  Judy Oletha  Low Fulfer
(Jan. 6, 1947-Sept. 7, 1997)


Publication Date: September 10, 1997
Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Page: 8;9
Subjects:
Region: Dallas-Ft. Worth Metro, Texas
Obituary:
GORDON - Judy Fulfer, 50, owner of the Pierce Video store in Ranger, died Sunday, Sept. 7, 1997, at an Eastland hospital.
Funeral: 2 p.m. Wednesday at First Baptist Church of Gordon. Burial: Liberty Cemetery in Erath County.
Judy Fulfer was born Jan. 6, 1947, to Elmer and Myrtle Holstine Low in Menard.
Survivors: Husband, Clifford Fulfer of Unity; son and daughter-in-law, Wayne and Tracey Fulfer of Unity; daughter and son-in-law, Shawn and Philip Fry of Cisco; father and mother, Elmer and Myrtle Low of Jacksboro; brothers, Walter Low of Kennedale and Samuel Low of Jacksboro; and grandchildren, Amber, Bailey, Linsey, David and Heather. Edwards Funeral Home Strawn, (254) 672-5231 Ruth Greene
(Judy Oletha Low, wife of Clifford Wayne Fulfer)
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer

 Kenneth Richard Fulfer
(May 14, 1917-June 23, 1992)


July 2, 1992


Kenneth R. FULFER Sr. 75 of Xenia, died at 10:44 a.m. Tuesday, June 23, 1992 at St. Anthony's Memorial Hospital in Effingham.
Mr. FULFER was born on May 14, 1917, in Clay County, the sone of Ansil and Mary (Allphin) Fulfer.
He married Wilma C. Allison in 1939. He was a retired machinist for Valley Steel, and was a member of the Shiloh Church of Christ, Louisville.
Survivors include his wife; two sons, Dick FULFER of rural Louisville and Eddie Lamb of Xenia; wo daughters, Judy J. Krutsinger of Decatur and Connie Brown of Broadway, Virginia; two sisters, Bessie Jean and Clela Logan, both of Farina; 14 grandchildren; and five great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by two brothers and sisters. Funeral services were held Friday at the Neal Funeral Home in Louisville with burial in Oskaloosa Cemetary, rural Xenia.
Submitted by Vanessa Deshazer




  Laura Jane Jackson Fulfer
(August 17, 1895-October 10, 1969)


Greenville Herald Banner
October 12, 1969 A:2


Fulfer Rites Set for Monday


Funeral services for Mrs. Laura Jane Fulfer, 74, will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Coker-Matthews-Peters chapel with the Rev. Charles Simmons of Commerce officiating.  Burial will be in the  Forest Park Cemetery.


Mrs. Fulfer died at 8 p.m. Friday in a local hospital after an illness of five years. Her usual residence was 3422 Henry St.


She was born August 17, 1895 in Whitewrite the daughter of Sye and Julie Walker Jackson.  On November 29, 1910, she married Grover C. Fulfer at Wolfe City. She was a member of the Baptist Church.


She was preceeded in death by her husband in 1951.  She is survived by two sons, Grover Fulfer of Dallas and Malcolm Fulfer of Commerce; three daughters, Mrs. Vida Sherrin of Tokio, Mrs. Noeme Mashburn of Commerce and Miss Bernada Fulfer of Greenville; one brother, Ray Jackson of (left out), Mrs. Kallie Daniels of Watonga, Okla., two sisters; and Mrs. Margarette Jackson of Roscoe and five grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
(the last paragraph of this obit seems to have errors that were printed in paper)
(wife of Grover Cleveland Fulfer)
Submitted By Vanessa Deshazer




  Leona T. Fulfer
(March 18, 1902-August 28, 1993)


 August 29, 1993
 The State Journal-Register Springfield, IL
 25
 Illinois
 LINCOLN -- Leona T. Fulfer, 91, of Lincoln died at 5:35 a.m. Saturday at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital in Lincoln.
Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Kerrigan Funeral Home in Lincoln. Burial will be in Union Cemetery in Lincoln.
Surviving are a son, Kenneth Fulfer of Lincoln; a daughter, Jean Slayton of Lincoln; two grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Kenneth N. Fletcher
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Lester Arthur Fulfer
(November 16, 1947-August 02, 1993)


Odessa American
August 4, 1993


Odessa--Lester A. Fulfer, 45, a truck driver and welder, died Monday, August 2, 1993, at Medical Center hospital after a short illness.


Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Hubbard-Kelly Chapel.  Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens. Funeral arrangements by Hubbard-Kelly Funeral Home.


He was born in Coleman and lived in Odessa since 1948. He was Baptist.


SURVIVORS: wife, Betha Elaine Fulfer of Odessa;  four sons, Kevin Wayne Hugg, and Randy Wayne Hugg, both of Abilene: Michael L. Couch of Chico and Billie Ray Johnson of Odessa; four daughters, Doris Ann Fulfer, April Lynn Fulfer, Tabitha Elaine Fulfer, and Lisa Ann Fulfer, all of Odessa; mother, Bonnie Fulfer Foster of Odessa; four brothers, Rodney Dean Fulfer of Lake Worth, Dickie Earl Fulfer, Charlie Ray Fulfer, and David Wayne Fulfer, all of Odessa; two sisters, Verna Lynn Melot of Odessa and Betty Fulfer Hasselberry of Rapid City, S. D.; one grandson.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer






  Lester Berry "L.B." Sr. Fulfer
(July 17, 1919-June 27, 1991)


ODESSAN DIES, RITES ARE SET


L. B. Fulfer, 51, 1711 La Casa, died at his home Sunday about 11 p.m of an  apparent of a heart attack. Justice of Peace J. A. Purlroy, ruled death from natural causes.


A truck driver for H & H Electric Co., he was born in Matador on July 17, 1919 and was married Aug. 8, 1948 in Coleman to Bonnie Wayne of Constable. Fulfer came to Odessa from Novice in 1949. He was a Methodist and an Army veteren of World War II.


Survivors are his widow; five sons, Lester A. of the home;  Dickie E. of 500 N. Graham, Rodney of 2223 Truman, Charley of the home and David of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Betty Jane Burnes of Odessa, and Verna Lynn of the home; four sisters, Sarah Gonzales of Warren, Alma Simpson of Midland, Mrs. Loree Joyner of Midland, and Mrs. Dortha Billio, 409 Glendale; three brothers; Earl Lee McAdoo, J. D. of 611 West Clifford, and Walter of Tarzan; and five children (this is the correct statement on obit, probably grandchild)


Services will be 4 p.m Wednesday in the Hubbard-Kelly Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Jerry Thorpe, Pastor of the Temple Baptist Church officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


 Lina Aileen Fulfer
(July 17, 1937-Aug 12, 1997)



Idaho Statesman
August 14, 1997
Page B-5


Lina Aileen Fulfer, 60, of Boise, died on Tuesday, August 12, 1997, at home, of Lou Gehrig's disease.
Funeral services will be held on Friday, August 15, at 10 a.m. at the Alden-Waggoner Chapel with Pastor Bob Caldwell from the Calvary Chapel officiated. Burial will follow at Dry Creek Cemetery.
Aileen was born on July 17, 1937, in Boise, to Otto and Lina (Handy)Reimers.  She grew up and attended school in Boise.  On August 8, 1952, Aileen married Jack G. Fulfer in Vale, Oregon.  Together they had four children.   She worked fo the State of Idaho Department o f Lands, until she retired.  In her free time, she enjoyed painting, traveling, doll-collecting and gardening.   She also dearly adored her grandchildren and her husband, who made her laugh.
Survivors, include her husbnd, Jack G. Fulfer; children; Debby and Mike Arenz, Tanya and Randy Calkins, Kerry Fulfer, and Kelly and Brenda Fulfer, all of Boise; grandchildren; Shawntel Fulfer, Tanya Clkins, Jason Calkins, Billy Calkins, Rochelle Cunningham, Rachel Fenton, Roselle Wolverton, Kapri Fulfer, and Shayla Fulfer; great-grandchildren, Annie and Garrett Stanley, Sierra Warrell, Kennen  Knapp and Tanner Fenton; sisters, Elenor Bates, Dora Howard, Bessie Ivie, and Alice Baer; and a brother Mel Reimers.  She was preceded in death by her mother and father; two brothers and one sister.
A viewing will be held from 12 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. today, Thursday at the Alden-Waggoner Chapel.
Memorials are suggested to the ALS (Lou Gehrig's) Association, 21021 Ventura Blvd. Suite 321, Woodland Hills, Calif 91364.
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Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Lisa Fulfer
(August 9, 1952-August 10, 1953)


Stephenville Empire-Tribune


INFANT FULFER RITES TUESDAY


Graveside services were conducted at the Hannibal Cemetery Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock for Lisa Fulfer, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Fulfer of Hannibal, by Rev. Dean Blackwell of the Kilgore Church of God.


Lisa Fulfer was born Aug. 9, 1952, in Stephenville and died at 3 a.m. Monday, Aug. 10, 1953, at the family home about three miles west of the Hannibal stoe. Cause of the death was a congenital heart weakness.


She is survived by her parents, and her grandmothers, Mrs. Bert Fulfer of Huckabay  and Mrs. Yourlanda Petty of 4220 McCart, Fort Worth.


Interment was made at the Hannibal under the direction of Trewitt Funeral Home.
Submitted by Cindy Shipman, Erath Co., TX Volunteer






  Lorene Cordelia Graumenz Fulfer
(February 14, 1931-October 03, 1992)


The Enterprise
Wednesday, October 30, 1991
Plainfield, IL


Fulfer, Lorence C.


Lorene C. Fulfer, age 61, of Plainfield, passed away Saturday
Oct. 3, 1992 at St. Joseph's Medical Center.  She was born February 14, 1931 in Vandalia, Il; to the late Herman and Bertha Graumenz.  Also preceded in death by her husband Robert L. Fulfer (10-24-91).


Lorene was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church of Joliet and a former member of St. Peter's Luteran Church of Joliet. She was a 20 years retired employee of Standard Brands of Plainfield and most recently employed by Gahrka Foods.


She is survived by two children: Joyce (Raymond) Lee of Newark
and Ron (Paulette) Fulfer of Plainfield; five grandchildren;
Lora (Scott) Rossmiller, Mitchelle and Ed Lee, Kevin and Julie Fulfer; one great-grandson; Joseph Rossmiller; one brother; Elroy (Marge) Graumenz; one sister; Verna Moeller; numerous nieces, nephews and many friends.


Funeral services were held Tuesday, Oct. 6, at 11 a.m. at Grand-Tapella-Freitag Westwood Memorial Chapel, 3201 W. Jefferson Street, Joliet; Rev. Pewter Holmer officiating.


Memorials to St. John's Lutheran Church.  Private Interment--St. Mary's Cemtery, Plainfield.
Submitted By Vanessa DeShazer






  Lucile Winifred Mueller Fulfer
(March 10, 1904-August 29, 1961)


Mrs. Lucille (Lucy) Fulfer, 57, who taught at Ten Mle Schoo for many years and was manager of the 20-30 Truck Stop Cafe, died Tuesday evening at her home in Boise.


She was born in Boise March 10, 1904, and was graduated from Boise High School.


Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Jewell Lee of Boise, Mrs. Anna Wiley of St. Louis, MO, and Mrs. Cecellia Danzer of Idaho City;  Three sons, Jack G. Fulfer of Portland, Ore.,  Jerry G. Fulfer and Carl E. Fulfer, both of  Boise; a sister, Mrs. Inez Powell, Newburg, Ore. and 11 grandchildren.


Summers Chapel will hold services.


Submitted by  Donna Riley




  Mable Kathleen Dotson Fulfer
(Aug. 17, 1918-May 28, 1983)


From the record journal of Meadowbrook Cemetery;
Daughter of Luther Nelson & Eula Skidmore Dotson. Married J. B. Fulfer. Born in Reno community of Lamar County, died in Camp County, TX. Fry & Gibbs Funeral Home had charge.
 *THE LAMAR COUNTY ECHO, June 2, 1983, p.4.
 'Mrs. J. B. Fulfer, 2341 Lockhart, Dallas, died early Saturday, May 28, 1983 in Pittsburg. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, May 30, 1983 at Fry-Gibbs chapel. The Rev. Randy Childres of the Second Baptist Church in Dallas and the Rev. James Barnes of the Seventh Baptist Church in Paris will officiate. Burial will be in Meadowbrook Cemetery. She was born Mable Kathleen Dotson, the daughter of Luther Nelson Dotson and Eula Skidmore Dotson on Aug. 17, 1918 in Reno. She attended Deport public schools. Mrs. Fulfer was a long-time employee of Southwestern Bell telephone Company. She worked for the company for 11 years in the Paris area before moving to Dallas in 1955. In 1970 she retired from the telephone company in Dallas. She was a member of the Second Baptist Church Dallas, the Couples Sunday Class at that church and the pioneer organization of Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. Surviving are her husband; one son, Johnny Fulfer of Garland; her mother, Mrs. Eula B. Dotson of Paris; one sister, Mrs. Vernon (Mary Ruth) Holmes of Paris; one brother, Billy J. Dotson of Paris and two grandchildren. Bearers were Bill Coe, Fred Skidmore, Clayton Skidmore, Bobby Fulfer, Ralph Richards, and Glen Stephens.'
CEMETERY: Meadowbrook LOT: C-181-02
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer







  Maggie Bell Avants Fulfer
(March 04, 1903-October 25, 1966)
October 27, 1966
Services for Mrs. Maggie Belle Fulfer, 63, will be held Friday at 3 p.m. in the McFarland Funeral Home chapel.  Eugene Gullum of the Church of Christ of Shafter will officiate and interment will be in the Delano-McFarland District Cemetery.  Mrs. Fulfer was born in Bennington, Okla., March 4, 1903, nd had lived in the Pond area for 23 years. She died Oct. 25 in a Bakerfiled hospital. She is survived by her widower, Virgil; two sons, Edward of Oildale  and Coy of Bakerfield; five daughters, Mrs. Lavada DeArmand, Mrs. Patricia Johnson, both of Cresent City, Mrs. Betty Martin of Lakewood, Calif., Mrs. Virginia Marler of Oklahoma, and Mrs. Doris Gilbreath of Georgia; four brothers, Herman, Ray, Lee, Audie Avants; seven sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Winfrey, Mrs. Dovie Daniels, Mrs. Pearl Gosnel, Mrs. Rosie De Armand, Mrs. Goldie De Armand, Mrs. Janie Rutherford, and Mrs. Bernice Clark; 23 grandchildren, and on great-grandchild.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer





  Malcolm F. Fulfer
(December 23, 1916-April 12, 1984)


Greenville (TX)  Herald Banner
Saturday, April 14, 1984
Pg A-2


Malcolm F. Fulfer , 67, of 3512  ???? , died Thursday night at Citizens General Hospital.  Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at Coker-Mathews Chapel. Burial will be in Forest Park Cemetery.


Mr. Fulfer was born on Dec. 23, 1916, in Hunt County to Grover Cleveland Fulfer and Laura Jackson. He was a custodian at East Texas State University and was a member  of England Grove Baptist Church.


Survivors include one son,  Wesley E. "Gene"  Fulfer, Commerce, one daughter, Judy Nabers, Commerce; one brother, Grover Fulfer, Greenville, two sisters, Berna D. Fulfer, Greenville; Vida Sherrin, Brownfield and two grandchildren.
Submitted by Susie Whatley





  Margaret Helen Cecila Driggers Fulfer
(Aug. 17, 1872-Feb. 06, 1961)
 MINERAL WELLS DAILY INDEX NEWSPAPER


Mrs. M. H. Fulfer's Funeral Thursday


Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret H Fulfer, 90, who had resided at 802 SE 7th Street will be conducted Thursday at 10:00 A. M. at Baum Carlock Funeral Home Chapel with, the Rev. Tommie
M Bouchard,  pastor of First Christian Church officiating. Burial will be in Elmwod Cemetery and grandsons will be pallbearers.


Mrs. Fulfer who was born August 6, 1970 in Bonham had been a resident of  Mineral Wells for 40 years. Her husband,  William R. Fulfer preceded her in death about a year ago. The couple was married in Bonham June 15 1885. Mrs. Fulfer was a member of the Christian Church.


Survivors are four daughters, Mrs. Lena Durham and Mrs. Dorothy McCray both of Mineral Wells, Mrs. Jack Fleishman of Tyler, and Mrs. Billie Jarone of
Brentwood, Illinois; three sons, Henry Fulfer of Greenbriar, Arkanas and Fred and Harry Fulfer, both of Mineral Wells; 65 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren.
Submitted by Lee Driggers






  Margaret Louise McQueary  Fulfer
(July 25, 1925-July 16, 1991)


July 18, 1991
 The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Page: 5
MINERAL WELLS - Margaret Louise Fulfer of Mineral Wells, a former office administrator for Crazy Water Hotel, died Tuesday at a Mineral Wells hospital after an illness. She was 65.
Funeral will be at 10 a.m. Friday at First Baptist Church in Strawn. Burial will be in New Gordon Cemetery. Edwards Funeral Home in Strawn is in charge of arrangements.
Mrs. Fulfer was born in Perrin and lived in Gordon and Fort Worth before moving to Mineral Wells in 1986. She also worked for Lockheed Aircraft in Fort Worth. She was a member of First Baptist Church in Gordon and the Order of the Eastern Star No. 788 in Gordon.
Survivors: Daughter, Lisa Lynn of Strawn; brother, Raymond Mcqueary of Mineral Wells; and two grandchildren.
Hazel Hall, Homemaker
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer





  Marie Jamison Fulfer
(October 09, 1914-Dec. 25, 1999)


Amarillo Sunday News-Globe
December 26, 1999


GRUVER-Marie Fulfer, 85, died Saturday, Dec. 25, 1999


Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Monday in Gruver Cemetery With Doug Moore officiating. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Homeof Spearman.


Mrs. Fulfer was born in Portland, Ore. She was a homemaker and a longtime resident of Gruver before moving to Midland  15 years ago.


She married Duane Fulfer in 1938 at Frederick, Okla.  He died in 1978.


Survivors include a son, Jay Fulfer of Midland; two daughters, Joy Moore of Austin and Sue Smith of Woodward; two sisters, Mabel Landrum of California and Blanche Kelly of Davidson, Okla., eight grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer






  Marie Mae Wade Fulfer
(May 30, 1911-March 04, 1995)


Greenville (TX) Herald Banner
Page A-2
Tuesday, March 7, 1995


Marie Fulfer
Seagoville--Funeral services for Marie Fulfer, 83, will be at 2 p.m., today, in Roselawn Funeral Home. Burial will be in Roselawn Memorial Garden with Louis Morran officiating.


Mrs. Fulfer died Saturday in Greenville.


She was born May 30, 1911, in Mountain View, Ark., To Benjamin Franklin Wade and Edna Leoda Webb Wade. She was a homemaker and did volunteer work at a local nursing home.


Survivors include daughters; Edna Ann Carter of Celeste, Veta Faye Leach of Granbury, and Bertha Mae Stanglin of Dallas; a brother, William H. Wade of Mountain View Ark.; 14 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.


She was preceded in death by her husband, William Bert Fulfer, on May 20, 1968, and by a son, William Wade Fulfer.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer






  Marion A. Fulfer
(January 21, 1938-August 22, 1938)



Death Certificate Information
Date of Birth: January 31, 1938
Birthplace: Rt. 1 Yuba, California



Date of Death: August 22, 1938
Age: 6 months-21days
Location of death: Sutter County Hospital, Yuba California


Father: J. S. Fulfer
born:    Texas


Mother: Eva Watson
born:     Arkansas


Buried: August 24, 1938 Sutter City Cemetery


Cause of Death: Gastro-enteritis
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer





  Marion Paul Fulfer
(Nov. 26, 1934-Nov. 02, 1980)


Tulsa Tribune
November 4, 1980
page 2C


Death Notice


Marion Fulfer, 46 years old living at 4346 East 67th Street, former Californian, was found dead Monday at his home.  


This information was provided by the Publication Department of the Tulsa Public Library.  There was no obituary.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Marion Tate Fulfer
(December 12, 1893-Sept. 29, 1972)


Commerce Journal
Commerce, TX
Thursday, October 5, 1972



Marion Tate Fulfer, 78, of Greenville, died of an apparent heart attack Friday afternoon while in Commerce to attend the funeral of his brother W. T. Fulfer.  Fulfer suffered the apparent heart attack at the home of H. E. Wood at 401 Neal Street and was pronounced dead by Justice of the Peace Charlie J. Walden.


Grave side rites were held at 2 p.m. Saturday at South Sulphur Cemetery under the direction of Jones Funeral Home.


Born December 12, 1893 in Wolfe City, he was the son of Marion F. and Frances Miller Fulfer. The retired farmer was a veteran of World War I and a member of the Baptist Church.


Fulfer is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Floyd Lane of Dallas, Mrs. Lynn Putman of Dallas, Mrs. Billie Ray of Dallas, Mrs. Naud Brunett of Dallas aad (sic) Mrs. Roger Cozort of Kansas City, Missouri; and one son, Royce F. Fulfer of California.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Martha Ann Fulfer
(April 21, 1901- April 16, 1975)


Daily Press
April 22, 1975
Mrs. Martha Ann Fulfer, 73, 10 Edgewood Drive, Hampton, a member of the T.E.L. Sunday School Class at West Hampton Baptist Church, died Wednesday in Carrizo Springs, Texas, after an automobile accident.  
She was a native of Pitts Co., NC.
Survivors include her husband, Elmer Suttle Fulfer; two daughters, Mildred Fulfer of Harlingen, Tx and Mrs. Russell G. Joyner of Hampton; a son, Elder James G. Fulfer of Norfolk; five grandchildren; and seven great grandchildren.
A funeral will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday in West Hampton Baptist Church by the Rev. Joseph B. Flowers. Burial will be in Parklawn Memorial Park.
The family request expressions of sympathy be in the form of contributions to Valley Baptist Academy, in care of Mrs. Russell G. Joyner, 20 Edgewood Drive, Hampton, Virginia 23666.
The family is at the home of Mrs. Joyner.
Peninsula Funeral Home is in charge.
Note: I do not have Martha Ann's maiden name if any one can help me out.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer






  Martin Andrew Fulfer Jr.
(January 24, 1921-November 2, 1986)


Austin American Statesman
Tuesday, November 4, 1986


Martin A. Fulfer


Martin A. Fulfer, age 65, of Austin, passed away Sunday.


Mr. Fulfer was born in Denton and lived in Austin for the past 30 years.  He was a veteran of World War II and retired from Texas National Armory Board.


Survivors include his wife, Wanda W. Fulfer; sons, Alan Fulfer, and his wife Vickie, all of Austin, Tim Fulfer and his wife, Jeana of Wimberley; grandchildren, Meredith, Chance, and Erik Fulfer.


Memorial services, 2:00 PM, Tuesday, Camp Mabry Chapel, with Dr. Al K. Mustir
 officiating.


Those desiring may make memorial contributions to your favorite charity.


Services under the direction of Wilke-Amey-Clay Funeral Home.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Mary Ann Dean Fulfer
(April 16, 1874-November 10, 1965)


Greenville Herald Banner
November 11,  1965 A:2


Mrs. Fulfer Rites Today


Commerce--Mrs. Mary Ann Fulfer, 91-year-old resident of the South Sulphur Community, died at 5:15 a.m. Wednesday in a Commerce nursing home.


A resident of Hunt County all her life, Mrs. Fulfer was born April 16, 1874 near Commerce, the daughter of Thomas J. and Eliza Anderson Dean.


She married G. C. Cox, who died in 1907 and later married J. F. Fulfer.  Mr. Fulfer died May 11, 1938.


Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. N. A. Griffin of Commerce, two sons, C. W. Cox and Bryan Cox, both of Commerce; one sister, Mrs. Porter Farell of Commerce; one brother; Lewis Dean of Commerce; and five grandchildren.


Funeral services will be at 2:30 p.m. today at the First Baptist Church, in Commerce with the Rev. Harry Stanley and the Rev. coral V. Roberts officiating.


Burial will be in Sonora Cemetery near Commerce under the direction fo the W. Y. Goff Funeral Home.


Pallbearers will include Ben... (unreadable)
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer





  Mary Annie Gordon Fulfer
(August 27, 1874-March 06, 1960)


Stephenville Empire Tribune
March 11, 1960


Funeral Rites Hold Wednesday For Mrs. Fulfer, 85.


Mrs. Mary Annie Fulfer, 85, of Rt 1. Mingus, died at 10 a.m. Sunday in a Dublin nursing home following a long illness.


Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m Wednesday from the Exray Church.


Mrs. Fulfer was born in Erath county Aug. 27, 1874, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Levi Gordan. She was a member of the Methodist Church. Her husband died Oct. 13, 1957.


Survivors are three sons; Barney, Luther, and Tess Fulfer, all of Rt. 1 Mingus; three daughters, Mrs. Lora Gibson of Strawn, Mrs. Rosa Brand of Stephenville, and Mrs. Lovedoa Blue of Palo Pinto; two sisters, Mrs. Kate Fulfer of Mountainair New Mexico and Mrs. Will Cowan of Ranger; 31 grandchildren, 34 great grandchildren and four great-great grandchildren.


Stephenville Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Submitted by Cindy Shipman-volunteer



Stephenville Empire Tribune
March 11, 1960


Huckabay
by Mrs. Ethel Carr


We wish to express our sympathy to the family of Mrs. Willie Fulfer.  The funeral services were held at the Exray Church Wednesday afternoon.





  Mary Elizabeth Vaughn
(July 1862-January 21, 1925)


Sequachie Newspaper
Jan 22, 1925


     So. Pittsburhg. Jan 21--Mrs. Mary Fulfur died today of pneumonia. She is survived by a daughter Mrs. Mattie Dixon. She was the widow of Nicholas Fulfur and interment will be made near Sequachee where his remains are interred.  (believe this to be step-daughter of Nicholas Fulfer not wife)
Submitted by  Lynn Roach
Note: Mary Fulfer is the step daughter of Nicholas Fulfer and also the sister-in-law. Mary Elizabeth Vaughn married Hugh Fulfer, brother of Nicholas.




  Mary Magdalene Fulfur
(April 10, 1903-April 18, 1984)
RED BLUFF DAILY NEWS
April 18, 1984
Section 7-1


Mary Magdalene Fulfur, 81, of Red Bluff died early today at a hospital here.  


Mrs. Fulfur, is a native of Vansan County, Texas, was born April 10, 1903.


Survivors are her husband, Andrew D. Fulfur of Red Bluff; three sons, Marvin Fulfur of Salem, Ore., Jimmy and Truman Fulfur, both of Bakersfield; two daughters, Ruth Turner and Mary D. Leavitt, both of Texas; one brother, Jimmy Dearman of Crescent City; 15 grandchildren; and 8 great grandchildren.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Maud Victoria Fulfer
(May 18, 1909-April 5, 1999)



The Seattle Times Washington
April 7, 1999


Entered into rest, April 5, 1999 on Vashon Island. Maud was born May 18, 1909 in Kowloon, Hong Kong. Daughter of Francis Henry Dillon and Petronela Nie daRoza. Maud was married in 1948 to Sylvan (Jack) Fulfer who preceded her in death in 1978. Lovingly remembered by her family, Margaret Sellers, Cecelia and Jim Crippan, Doris Gallinatti of Seattle, Monsignor Desmond Dillon of St. Joseph's Church, Kennewick, Charlotte Dillon of Eureka, California and many nieces and nephews. Maud for years was a foster grandparent for several children at Fir Crest School whom, until her death, remained her heart's children along with her numerous stuffed Teddy Bear "babies", who now accompany her into the next life. Maud was an active member of the V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary and served on many political campaigns. Services will be held on Thursday, April 8, at Providence Mt. St. Vincent Chapel in West Seattle with a reception to follow, then burial will follow at Holyrood Cemetery. Donations may be made in her memory to the Providence Mt. St. Vincent Foundation or Vashon Community Care Center would be appreciated.
Services held by
Community Funeral Directors, (206) 463-5300
(wife of Sylvan "Jack" Forest Fulfer)
Credited to Obituary Lookup Volunteers
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Maxine Mosley Dupree Fulfer
(May 24, 1911-March 05, 2001)


Northern Wyoming Daily News
Casper, WY
March 7, 2001


DUPREE FULFER
 Worland-A funeral service for Maxine Dupree Fulfer, 89, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the First Baptist Church with Pastor Fred smith officiating. Burial will follow at Riverview Memorial Gardens Cemetery.


She died March 5, 2001, at Washakie Medical Center in Worland.


She was born May 24, 1911, in Ryegate, Mont., a daughter of Bert Leroy and Norma Dimmick Mosley.


She was raised in Montana, Illinois, and Colorado.


She married Wallace Henry Dupree on Dec. 24, 1931, in Kanarado, Kan.


They moved to Otto in 1935 and then in Cody and Worland before moving to Kirksvile, Mo., because of her husband's health.


He preceded her in death in April 1949.


In 1950, she returned to Worland.


she worked for Singer Sewing Machine for 11 years and for Geis Trucking for 14 years until she retired.


She married JC "Slim" Fulfer on Feb. 14, 1980, and he preceded her in death in March 1990.


She was a member of First Baptist Church in Worland and her hobbies included sewing, reading and working crossword puzzles.


Survivors include two sons, James A. Dupree and his wife of Roundup, Mont., and Dean Dupree and his wife of Worland, a daughter, Merle E. Shyne and her husband of Billings, Mont.: a brother, Frnak Mosley of Worland; tow sisters, Nina Snyder of Basin and Fay Williams of Kerrville, Texas, 11 grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren.


She was preceded in death by her parents, three sisters, Betty Hall, Irene Williams, and Norma Crowder; her son, Robert Leroy Dupree, two husbands and one granddaughter.


Memorials may be made to a charity of the donor's choice, in care of Bryant Funeral Home. P.O Box 524, Worland, 82401
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer






  Mertie Cynthia Ann Wilkins Fulfer
(March 28, 1887-January 05, 1974)


Greenville (TX) Herald Banner
Monday, January 7, 1974
Pg A-2


FULFER
  Commerce-Funeral services for Mrs. Mertis Ann Fulfer, 86, will be held at 3:30 p.m. today at the Commerce Church of Christ.  Mr. James Medford and Mr. John Franklin will officiate.  Burial will be in Rosemound Cemetery under the direction of W. Y. Goff Funeral Home.  The body will remain at the funeral home until time of the service.
  Mrs. Fulfer was born the daughter of Meredith and Sarah Clayton Wilkins on March 28, 1887 in Hunt County near Commerce.  She married Sam Fulfer near Commerce in 1903. She was a member of the Church of Christ.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Miriam Knight Burke Fulfer
(October 11, 1924-July 12, 1997)



THE PARIS NEWS, Mon., Jul. 14, 1997, p. 5A:
'Hugo, OK - Miriam Fulfer of Hugo went to be with her Lord Saturday, July 12, 1997, [at St. Joseph's Hospital and Health Center in Paris, TX] at the age of 72 years, after an eight-year struggle with cancer. Service will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 15, at First Assembly of God Church in Hugo with burial in Mt. Olivet Cemetery by Miller and Miller Funeral Home. The Rev. Jerry Cooper & the Rev. Mike Fortenberry will officiate. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. She was born Oct. 11, 1924, in Bennington, OK, to Edd Knight and Ola Wiggley Knight and lived in Powderly before moving to Hugo 11 years ago. She was a retired teacher having taught the sixth grade at Powderly, Paris and Hugo. She was a member of First Assembly of God Church in Hugo, Texas State Teachers Association, and the Gideon Auxiliary, Hugo/Antlers Camp. She was the loving wife of Sherman Fulfer, whom she married Feb. 5, 1971, and the loving mother of a son, Jim Burke and his wife Irene, of Paris; and a daughter Jinx Burke Voder and her husband, Lyle, also of Paris; other survivors are her mother, Nola Knight of Hugo; two brothers, Charles Knight of Hugo and E.J. Knight of Dallas; a sister, Elizabeth Lane of Hugo; and a granddaughter, Corbi Yoder. Memorials may be made to the Gideon Memorial Bible Fund.'
11 Oct 1924 -12 Jul 1997
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Nicholas Fulfer
(@1848-March 04, 1911)


Sequatchie Newspaper 1911
Marion County, Tennessee


Nicholas Fulfur died here Saturday morning after a long illness.  He died at the home of his son Sam Fulfur, where he hd been removed last week.  His remains were taken to Mt. Zion Sunday where interment was made. He was one of the oldest residents of Sequachee, having lived here when the station, known as Owen, was first established. He was a veteran of the Civil War, and a member of Post 53, G. A. R., of this city.
He was 64 years old.  When 16 years old, Dec 22, 1863, he enlisted in Co., K., 3rd Tennessee Cavalry, and was dischardged July 1, 1865. He joined Post 53, G. A. R., Oct. 12, 1895. He had lived here many years and was closely indentified with the Owen family, and rendered them faithful service.
Submitted by Robin Dixon




  Noma Fields Fulfer
(Sept.15, 1900-Aug. 20, 1950)
Wichita Daily News
August 21, 1950


Mrs. Fred Fulfer
Fulfer Services Held At Kamay
Funeral services for Mrs. Fred Fulfer, 49, of Valley View, mother of 13 children who died in a Wichita Falls hospital Sunday, were held at 2 p.m. Monday in the Assembly of God Church at Kamay, with Rev. Aaron Wall, pastor, officiating.
Burial was in the Iowa Park Cemetery under the direction of the Owens & Brumley Funeral Home of Wichita Falls.
A resident of Wichita Falls for 17 years, Mrs. Fulfer is survived by her husband; nine sons, C.R. Fulfer of Electra, F.A. of Kamay, Charles Ray, O.L., B.G., J.W., W.H., R.D., and J.D. all of Valley View; four daughters, Mrs. W.D. Young of South Fork, Calif., Mrs. R.E. Glasgow, Miss Helen Fulfer and Miss Shirley Fulfer of Valley View; three brothers, O.L. Fields and J.W. Fields of Comanche, Okla., and P.M. Fields of Okla. City; five sisters, Mrs. Mary Battenfield of Comanche, Okla., Mrs. Ada Ward of Waurika, Okla., Mrs. Annie Crabb of Ringling, Okla., Mrs. Dan Sellers of Duncan, Okla., Mrs. Fred Sharp of Comanche, Okla., and nine grandchildren.
Submitted by Gena Forsyth




  Oliver Francis "Slim" Fulfer
(March 22, 1921-October 30, 1996)
Odessa American
October 31, 1976


Odessa--Oliver "Slim" Fulfer, 75, died Wednesday, Oct 30, 1996, at his residence.  He was born  March 22, 1921, in Palo Pinto County, TX. He married Faye Byrant, March 6, 1943 in Mineral Wells, Texas.
Services will be at 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1, 1996, at Sunset Memorial Gardens with Chaplin Jessie Hutcheson officiating.  Arrangements by Frank W. Wilson Funeral Directors.
Mr. Fulfer moved to Odessa in 1965 from Jal, N.M.  He was a retired mechanic from Jones Brothers Dirt and Paving.
He is preceded in death by his wife, Faye Fulfer.
Mr. Fulfer is survived by a son; Henry Wayne Fulfer of Odessa; daughters, penny Evans of Odessa, Jean Sims of Lubbock, Frances Marie  Sutton of Lubbock and Sandra Faye Burns of Hobbs, N.M., sister; Sis Tucker of Valard, Texas, and Betty Moist of Washington; 14 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.
(son of Henry Howard Fulfer and Sarah Ann Tirrell)
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Pallie Shands Fulfer
January 17, 1888-July 02, 1967


Modesto Bee
July 3, 1967


Pallie Fulfer, 80, was dead on arrival at a local hospital yesterday following a long illness.
A native of Stephenville, Tex., She lived in Modesto 23 years. She was a member of the Prescott Baptist Church.
She leaves a son, E. Paul Fulfer of Modesto; a sister, Ada Shands of Modesto; four grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.  
Funeral Services will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Salas Brothers Funeral Chapel, 419 Scenic Drive, Interment will be in the Oaklawn Memorial Park, Oakdale.
Credited to Genie Angels
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer
*****
D.C. Transcription
Book 51, page 161, #846
Pallie Fulfer
July 2, 1967, 2:00 p.m.
female, white, born Jan. 17, 1887, Texas, 80 years of age
f - Nathan J. Shands, born NC
m - Rebecca Patton, born Miss
housewife, 61 years, widowed
pl of death - Scenic General Hospital
23 years in county, 26 years in CA
usual residence - 125 Hackberry, Modesto
info - son E. Paul Fulfer, 1506 Paulette Avenue, Modesto 95355-3244
sudden death - investigation, no autopsy, no operation, cardiac failure
Salas Brothers Funeral Home
burial July 5, 1967, Oaklawn Park, Oakdale





  Patricia Ann Heffron Fulfer
(July 30, 1928-December 25, 1985)


Anaheim Bulletin
December 27, 1985


Patricia Fulfer


Fulfer, Patricia, of Anaheim, passed away December 21, 1985 at a local hospital.  She is survived by her husband, Wilson; 3 sons; Michael, William, Daniel; 3 daughters, Mary Ann, Rosemary, Cathleen; 3 grandchildren; John, Melinda, and Melissa. Mrs. Fulfer was born in Anaheim and a resident of Anaheim all her life, her father was the late Jimmy Heffron a sports writer for the Anaheim Bulletin until 1946. She was a graduate of St. Boniface School, Marywood High School and  a member of St. Anthony Claret since the time it was founded.  Mass of Christian. Burial celebrated on Thursday, December 26, 1985 at 7:00 p.m. at St. Anthony Claret Catholic Church.  


Interment services were held at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Orange, on Friday Morning at 10:00 a.m.  Backs-Kaulbars Baggott & Schacht Mortuary directors.


Backs-Kaulbars
Baggott & Schacht
Anaheim Mortuary


Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer





  R. Tate Fulfer
(May 04, 1901-December 26, 1948)


Stephenville Empire-Tribune
December 31, 1948


T.R. Fulfer Passes Away at His Home Exray Community


Tate R. Fulfer, of the Exray community, died, December 26, after an illness extending over the past serval years.


Funeral services were conducted by the pstor of the Church of Christ of Ranger,, assisted by Judge Garrett. Members of te Masonic Lodge took charge of services at the grave. Nieces of the deceased acted as flower girls and the large and beautiful floral offerin attested the esteem in which he was held by all who knew him.



Mrs. Fulfer was born May 5, 1901, in the community in which he lived all his life, the son of Mr. And Mrs. Newt Fulfer, who preceded him in death.  He is survived by his widow, two brothers, Curtis of Mingus and Clemmie of Idalou, four sisters, Mrs. Nannie Latimer and Mrs. Pearl Williams, Stephenville, Mrs. Dale Garrison, Portalis, N. M. and Mrs. Katie Patterson, Fort Worth.
Submitted by Cindy Shipman, Erath Co., Tx Volunteer





  RICKIE FULFER
(July 31, 1955-Jan. 22, 2000)


 Fort Worth Star-Telegram
 Wednesday, Jan 26,  2000     


CLEBURNE -- Rickie Fulfer, 44, a union carpenter and building contractor, died
Saturday, Jan 22, 2000, at his home.
Memorial service: 6 p.m. Wednesday at the PCG building, 3632 Longvue Ave. West,
FM 2871, Fort Worth.
Rickie Fulfer was born July 31, 1955, in Stamford. He had been a member of the
Worldwide Church of God since 1974.
Survivors: son, Seth Fulfer of Aztec, N.M.; daughter, Sacha Fulfer of Aztec; parents,
Elmo and Susie Fulfer of Cleburne; brother, Rodney Fulfer of Albarado: sister, Laura
Thomas of Cleburne; niece, Charet Thomas; and nephew, Jason Thomas..
Guardian Funeral Home
5704 James Ave., 293-8477





   Robert Eugene Fulfer
(May 29, 1920-Aug. 5, 1976)


from the Miami Herald Saturday August 7, 1976


FULFER, Robert E. 56 of Miami, passed away Aug 5, 1976 and has gone to be with his Lord. A retired optician. He was a member of the Sunny Isles
Christian Church.  Surviving is his wife, Helen, daughter, Kimberly, & son Robert II all of Miami, parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Fulfer of Champaign
Illinois, brother, Roy M. Fulfer Jr., of Stambough, Mich. Friends may call Sun. 2-4 P.M. with services Monday 11 A.M. at Lithgow Carol City Chapel.  
Interment will be in Vista Memorial Gardens.
Credited to Obituary Lookup Volunteers
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Robert Lee Fulfer
December 31, 1868-December 07, 1950)


Robt L. Fulfer


Funeral services for Robert Lee Fulfer, 80,  will be conducted at 2:30 pm from the Henderson St.  Baptist Church with the Rev. Robert Foust officiating.  Interment will be in Rose Hill Cemetery under the direction of Coriser-Pearson Funeral Home.
Fulfer born December 31, 1869, in Texas, passed away Thursday, at his home, 709 E. Wardville Street.  A retired merchant, he lived in Godley before moving to Cleburne. He was a member of Henderson St. Baptist Church.


Survivors include his wife; three sons, R.C., Riddle and Willie Fulfer of Cleburne;  two daughters, Mrs. Harvey Bayless of Cleburne, and Mrs. Arthur Messer of Fort Worth; two stepsons, Lon Wyatt of California and George Wyatt of Cleburne; two step-daughters, Mrs Jack Curd and Mrs Bessie Smith of Cleburne; one brother, Thomas Fulfer of Cleburne; 20  grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; and one great-grand (sic) grandchild.
Submitted by Linda Morgan





  Robert Laverne Fulfer
(Sept. 24, 1925-Oct. 24, 1991)


The Enterprise
Wednesday, October 30, 1991
Plainfield, IL


Fulfer, Robert L.


Robert L. Fulfer, age 66, of Plainfield;  died Thursday, October 24, 1991.  He was born September 24, 1925 in Clay County, IL.


Suvived by his wife, Lorene son, Ron (Paulette) of Plainfield; daughter, Joyece (Raymond) Lee of Newark, IL; grandchildren, Lora (Scott) Rossmiller, Michelle and Ed Lee, Kevin and Julie Fulfer and a great-grandson, Joseph Rossmiller.


Robert was a member of St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Juliet.  He had retired from Alumex Co. after 33 years of services.  A Veteran of World War II and a resident of Plainfield for 27 years.


Visitation was Saturday at Overman-Jones Funeral Home.  Funeral services and burial was privte. Memorials to the American Cancer Society of his church.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer






  Royce Gordon Fulfer
(May 08, 1923-September 30, 1988)


Oxnard Press Courier
Octobert 3, 1988
Page 5


Memorial Services for Royce Gordon Fulfer, 65, of Oxnard wil be held 2 p.m Tuesday at the First Baptist Church of Oxnard, with the Rev. John Jackson officiating. Cremation will be followed by burial at sea.


Fulfer died Friday at an Oxnard Hospital after a brief illness.


Born May 8, 1923 in Paris, Texas, he was an 8-year Ventura County Resident, coming from Glendale.  Fulfer was retired, having worked in the restaurant business.  He was an Army veteran of World War II, a member of The Veterans of Foreign Wars, and an active member of the Zoe Christian Center in Oxnard.


He is survived by his wife, Bee Fulfer of Oxnard: a son, Kent Fulfer of North Hollywood, his mother Mattie Dennis of Dallas, and five sisters, Joyce Cozart of Kansas City, MO., Evelyn Lane, Billie Jean Ray, Nova Putman, and Kathryn Burnett, all of Dallas.


Arrangements are by James A. Reardon Mortuary ini Oxnard.
Submitted by Vanessa Deshazer




  Russell F. Fulfer
(May 30, 1894-July 27, 1991)


The Daily Tribune
Monday July 29, 1991, page 2A
Detroit, Michigan


      Russell F. Fulfer, 97, of Ferndale, died Saturday July 27, 1991, at the Evangelical Home of Detroit.  He was born May 30, 1894, in Illinois.


      A World War I Veteran, Mr. Fulfer was a retired auto worker from Chrysler Corporation.  He was a life member of the Ferndale Elks Lodge #1588 and  the Paul Hornaday VFW Post 1407, Ferndale.


      Surviving are his daughters; Margaret Zarro of Detroit, Esther Morrison of Ferndale, Frances Rivett and Lois Mally of Florida; sons Bill of Ferndale and Thomas of Pontiac; 11 grandchildren, 25 great grandchildren, and 1 greatgreatgrandchild. Mr. Fulfer's wife, Edith, died in 1973.


      Visitation 1-9 today at Wesels and Wilks Funeral Home, 23690 Woodward, Pleasant Ridge.  Services 11 a.m. Tuesday at the funeral home with the Rev. Gene McCornack of Faith-Trinity United Church of Christ, Warren, officiating. Burial at Roseland Park Cemetery, Berkley. Memorals  to Evangeline Home 6700 W. Outer Drive, Detroit 48235"
Credited to Obituary Lookup Volunteers
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer






  Ruth Fen Fulfer
(October 17, 1922-February 22, 1997)



Ruth Fulfer left us on Saturday, February 22, 1997.


Ruth was born in Dozier, Texas on October 17, 1922.


She married Tuk Fulfer in 1939. Ruth came to Seattle in 1944 and moved to her home in Everett in 1957.


Ruth worked for Leber Ink Co. of Seattle for over 30 years, starting in 1950.  While there she made life long friendships. Ruth was a long time member of Eastern Star Everett Chapter #222.  She enjoyed her time as Worthy Matron, the friendships and people she met and helping her community.  She loved her friends and family.


Ruth leaves her daughter, Ann and husband, Dave Filibeck; granddaughter, Morgan Filibeck; grandson, Gregg Hecht and his wife, Teri; brother and sister-in law, Ken and Jean Lenox; nieces, Sandy Stenson and family, Susie Daniels and family, Sister-in-law, Sally Lenox; niece, Cheryl Lenox; 8 brother and sister-in-laws in Texas area.


Ruth was preceded in death by her son, Jack Fulfer; granddaughter, Joan Hecht and loving husband Elbert "Tuk" Fulfer.
She touched many people and will be missed by all.


Eastern Star Memorial Services on Friday, February 28 at 11:00 am at the Scottish Rite Lodge, 2935 Oakes, Everett.


Remembrances to the Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children, PO Box 2472, Spokane, WA 99210.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




 Myrtle Allen Wyman
(?-November 27, 1913)



Mrs. Sam Fulfer
Sequachie Newspaper
Nov. 27, 1913


Mrs. Sam Fulfer died here Friday evening about five o'clock.  She had been operated on at the Newell Sanatorium in Chattanooga for tumor, but the operation proved ineffective.  She was brought back to this place several weeks ago, but her decline has been steady.  she leaves a husband and five small children. Interment was made at Mt. Zion Saturday afternoon.  Rev. Burnet of the Baptist Church conducting the services.  A number of friends and relatives accompanied the remains to their last resting place.
Submitted By  Lynn Roach
                        *******
Article in Sequachie Newspaper
October 16, 1913
Mrs. Sam Fulfer was taken to the Newell Sanitarium in Chattanooga about two weeks ago to undergo an operation for tumor, and Saturday it was performed.  Mrs. Fulfur is reported to be getting along nicely and it is thought will soon be well.
(Myrtle Alleen Wyman)




  Samuel Fulfer
(February 28, 1879-April 23, 1942)


Sequatchie Newspaper
April 23, 1942


Sam  Fulfur Succumbs to Illness



Was One of the Older Citizens of the Town Living all His Life.
Sam Fulfer, 63, Died at his home here Thursday night at 12:30, after an illness of several weeks with high blood pressure and other complications.  He had been in failing health for some time.


He is survived by his wife, a son, James Fulfer, three daughters, Mrs. David Hardy, of Crossville, Mrs. Dennis Gholston and Mrs. Harold Dugan, city, and a brother Jerry Fulfer.


Interment was made in the Lasater cemetery Saturday morning, following services at the Baptist church conducted by Rev. C. L. Morris of Richard City.


Mr. Fulfer, a farmer, was one of the older residents of the place and a son of Nicholas Fulfer, who was a veteran of the G. A. R.  post formerly.   He was a hard-working man attending to his own business, and having very clear ideas of right and wrong.
(son of Nicholas Fulfer and Frannie Levan)
Credited to Lynn Roach






  Samuel Harvey "Sam" Fulfer
(September 21, 1882-March 04, 1960)


Dallas Morning News   
Saturday, March 5, 1960


Sam H. Fulfer
     Sam H. Fulfer, 77, a retired farmer and Dallas resident for the past year and a half, died Friday morning in a Dallas hospital after a long illness.  His home was at 5118 Veterans Drive.
     Mr. Fulfer was born in Hunt County, and had lived in the Greenville and Commerce area almost all his life.  He came to Dallas from Greenville, his home for the preceding nine years.
     Survivors include his wife; five sons: Boyd Fulfer of Elsa, Hidalgo County; Burlene Fulfer of Van Alstyne, Grayson County; Burt Fulfer of Seagoville, Buel Fulfer of Azle, Tarrant County; two daughters: Mrs. W. O. Reed and Mrs. R. E. Cherry, Jr., both of Dallas; a sister, Mrs. R. L. White of San Diego, Calif.; 18 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.
Submitted by Bonnie Allen






  Sharron Ann Moore Fulfer
(September 19, 1943-Feb. 19, 1990)



Ann Fulfer
IOWA PARK - Sharron Ann Fulfer 46 died Monday at her home in Iowa Park.
Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Highland Cemetery
with the Rev. Mark Mitchell, pastor of First Baptist Church of Kamay and the Rev. Carl Kent, pastor of Pleasant Valley Baptist Chruch,
officiating. Services are under the direction of Dutton-Tanner-Aulds
Funeral Home.



Fulfer was born Sept. 19, 1943 in Fort Worth and had lived in Iowa
Park since 1972 moving from Valley View. She was a member of Grace
Baptist Church. She and W. H. "Sonny" Fulfer were married Nov. 10, 1962
in Archer City, Texas. She was a bus driver for the Iowa Park
Independent School District.


Survivors include her husband; two sons, Arron Lynn and Brian Neal,
both of Iowa Park; a daughter, Kimberly Ann Britt of Iowa Park; her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Moore of Fort Worth; two brothers, Gene Moore of Azle and Jack Moore of Fort Worth; a sister, Wanda Luety of Fort Worth; and four grandchildren.
Submitted by Lee Driggers




  Stella Mae Rumfield Fulfer
(March 14, 1903-August 28, 1991)



Publication Date: August 30, 1991
Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Page: 5
Region: Dallas-Ft. Worth Metro, Texas
Obituary:
AZLE - Stella Mae Fulfer, a homemaker, died Wednesday at an Azle nursing home. She was 88.
Graveside service will be at 10:30 a.m. today in Ashcreek Cemetery in Azle. Biggers Funeral Home in Lake Worth is in charge of arrangements.
Mrs. Fulfer was born in Fort Worth and lived in Azle for most of her life. She worked at Superior Laundry in Fort Worth for many years. She also was a cook at Bluff Springs School, a housekeeper and a child-care worker for many years.
Mrs. Fulfer was a member of Silver Creek Church of Christ near Azle.
Survivors: Two sons, Doyle Fulfer of Lakeside and Charles Fulfer of Kirbyville; daughter, Julia Jacobs of Azle; sister, Isabelle O'Donald of Weatherford; and 13 grandchildren.
Joyce Gilbert, Secretary
(Stella Mae Rumfield March 14, 1903-August 28, 1991, Wife of Luther Franklin Fulfer)
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Tess Fulfer
(April 25, 1913-December 26, 1961)


Stephenville Empire


Tess Fulfer, 48, Life-Long Exray Resident Dies.


Mr. Tess Fulfer, 48, a life-long resident of the Exray community, died at his home shortly after suffering a heart attack.  Funeral services were conducted Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock, and interment was held in the Exray Cemetery.


Mr. Fulfer was born in the Exray community April 25, 1913, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Willie Thomas Fulfer.  He was married to Sue Alexander, Dec. 26, 1930 and they were the parents of two children. A son preceded Mr. Fulfer in death in 1933. He was a member of the Gordon Baptist Church, the Masonic Lodge and was a Shriner. He was a rancher and had worked with the Coastal States Gas company for several years.


Survivors are his widow, and a son, Willie Nathan Fulfer, of the home; two brothers, Barney and Luther Fulfer, both of the Exray Community; three sisters, Mrs. Lora Gibson of Strawn, Mrs. Rosa brand of Stephenville and Mrs. Lovoda Blue of Palo Pinto.


Stephenville Funeral Home was in  charge of the arrangements and the Masonic Lodge conducted graveside services.
Submitted by Cindy Shipman-volunteer




 Thomas Ivan Fulfer
(September 07, 1864-November 01, 1951)


Somervell
Funeral Services Held Here For Saturday  Thomas Fulfer


Funeral services were held in the First Methodist Church for Thomas Fulfer Saturday afternoon  2:00 o'clock, with Rev. J. E. Osborn conducting the services.
He was assisted by L. W. Shaw, Pentacostal Pastor of Cleburne. Rev. Shaw led in prayer and gave a brief tribute to Mr. Fulfer, who was a member of his church; Rev. Virgil Pace, a lifelong friend, read some scriptures about the resurrection, and made some fitting remarks; and by Rev. Ernest Copeland, Pentacostal Pastor at Walnut Springs for many years where Mr. Fulfer attended church while living in this section. Rev. Osborn talk in glowing terms of the life of this man, who was converted under Rev. Osborn 37 years ago. The choir sang one song, and several other songs were sung by Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Brazeal.
Mr. Fulfer,  who passed away Thursday morning,  Nov. 1, at 11:00 o'clock, was born Sept 7, 1854, and was the son of Zack and Mary Teague Fulfer. Thus he was 87 years, one month and 23 days of age when he passed. He was married to Mary Ellen Cheek in Glen Rose January 5, 1890, and they were the parents of 12 children.  Mr. Fulfer had been a member of the Pentacostal Church since 1912, and lived a devoted christian life, and was esteemed by all who knew him. He was a farmer, and had lived many years in the Rock Creek section.
After the death of his first wife he was married to Mrs. Forsythe, who survives him; also he is survived by 10 children by his first marriage; Clark Fulfer, Crosbyton' Col of Glen Rose; Alec Fulfer, Houston; Seth Fulfer, Mrs. Autie Forsythe, Mrs. Mae Reynolds, Mrs. Lily Muse, Mrs. Annie Gent, of Cleburne;  Mrs. Mary Dishman, Crowell; 40 grandchildren, and 48 great-grandchildren.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


 Tobie Ione Ladd Fulfer
(September 29, 1907-February 13, 2000)



GREENVILLE HERALD
COMMERCE - Ione Ladd Fulfer, 92, of Kemah died Wednesday in Houston. Funeral services are at 1 p.m. Saturday at Pemberton Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Mike House officiating. Burial is in Rosemound Cemetery.
She was born in Cumby on Sept. 29, 1907, daughter of Joe Ladd and Willie Lee Ladd. On Feb. 16, 1940 she married Boyd Fulfer in Commerce.
Surviving are a son, B.E. Fulfer of Houston; two daughters, Jolee Langness of Glenn Heights and Madonna Norman of Kemah; daughter-in-law , Joanne Fulfer of Houston; a sister, Inez Middlebrooks of Hurst; three grandchildren, Boyd Fulfer, Cara Edwards and Leo Norman and a great-grandson, Caleb Norman.
Her husband preceded her in death.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


 Tony Keith Fulfer
(January 23, 1948-August 20, 1997)


Tony K. Fulfer, 49, Champaign, IL died at 3:36 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 20, 1997 at Covenant Medical Center, Urbana.


Mr. Fulfer was born Jan. 23, 1948 at Oskaloosa, Clay County, IL to Delbert and Helen (Peacher) Fulfer. He married Madonna Kathryn McFall on Dec. 15, 1975 in Champaign. She survives. Also surviving are a son Troy Keith and daughter Tonya Kathryn Fulfer, his mother of Iuka, IL. and two sisters; Theresa Webster of Bloomington, IL and Thelma Quandt of Iuka, IL.


He was preceded in death by his father and maternal and paternal grandparents.


Mr. Fulfer was owner and operator of the Paxton GT 76 service station. His interest included bowling and fishing.


Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 22, 1997 at Owens Funeral Home in Champaign, with burial in St. Joseph Cemetery, Pesotum, Champaign Co., IL.



 Thurman Sherman Fulfer
(April 15, 1918-January 28, 1999)
Daily Oklahoman
January 29, 1999


Death Notice:
Thurman Stanley Fulfer 80 Died Thursday Grave Side Services will be at 10 AM Saturday - Sunny Lane Cemetery - Capitol Hill.




 Virginia C. Krause Fulfer
(ca 1923 -January 12, 2001)


The Daily Record
Wooster, OH
January 14, 2001


Virginia Fulfer
WOOSTER -- Virginia C. Fulfer, 78, of Wooster and formerly of Oakland, Mich., entered into rest Friday evening, Jan. 12, 2001, at West View Manor Nursing Center, Wooster, after a length illness.
  Memorial services will be this evening (Sunday) at 7:30 at West View Manor Retirement Center Chapel, Wooster, with the Rev. George Johnson officiating.
There will be no visitation. Cremation has taken place. The remains will be interred at Roseland Park Cemetery in Berkley, Mich., at a later date.
Custer-Glenn Funeral Home of Wooster is handling arrangements.
Memorial contributions may be made in lieu of flowers to either Hospice of Wayne County, 2525-A Back Orrville Road, Wooster 44691 or West View Manor Retirement Home, 1715 Mechanicsburg Road, Wooster 44691.
  Mrs. Fulfer was born Sept. 15, 1922, in Farmington, Mich., to John and Anna (Hess) Krause and married Thomas L. Fulfer on March 2, 1974, in Dearborn, Mich. He entered into rest in May of 1992.
  She is survived by a son, Bruce (Carol) Georgeff of Detroit; a daughter, Mrs. Michael (Carol) Pontius of Three Rivers, Mich.; six grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and two brothers, Edward and David Krause, both of Michigan.





  Virginia "Gigi" Fulfer
(August 17, 1927-January 24, 1959)



Sequachie Newspaper
CROWLEY-Mrs. Virginia (Gigi) Fulfer.  (Daugher of James R. "Jim" Fulfer) see II passed away in a Chattanooga hospital Friday right after a brief illness.  Surviving are her husband Nathan E. Crowley, Sequatchie, Tenn., her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jime Fulfer, South Pittsburg, Tenn., four sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Bowlin, Mrs. Peggie Powell, both of Sequatchie, Tenn., Mrs. Ola Mae Tate, ????ville, GA.,  Miss Joan Fulfer, South Pittsburg, Tenn., six brothers, James Fulfer, U.S. Army, Billy Sam Fulfer, U. S. Navy, Jack, Roy Lee, Tommy and Ricky Joe Fulfer, all of South Pittsburg.  The body is at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Spangler at Jasper, Tenn. Funeral Services will be conducted form te Sequatchie Baptist Church Monday at 2:30 P.M.  with the Rev. H. B. Hawkins officiating.  Interment will be in Sequatchie Memorial Gardens.  J. R. Rogers Funeral Home, South Pittsburg in charge of arrangements.
Submitted by  Lynn Roach






  W.E. "Manny" Fulfer
(April 30, 1920-February 19, 2000)



Fort Worth Star Telgram
February 21, 2000
STEPHENVILLE -- W.E. "Manny" Fulfer, 79, a cattleman and retired State Highway Department employee, died Saturday, Feb. 19, 2000, at a Bossier City, La. medical center.


Funeral: 3 p.m .Monday at Stephenville Funeral Home. Burial: New Gordon Cemetery in Gordon.


W.E. Fulfer was born April 30, 1920, in Erath County.


He attended Huckabay Baptist Church and was a Mason and lived most of his life in Erath County. He was an Army veteran of World War II.


Survivors: Daughter, Lisa Lynn of Gordon; brothers, Billy Joe Fulfer of Gordon, Teddy Ray Fuller of Fort Worth; sisters, Sis Phipps of Fort Worth, Viola Bostick of Fort Worth; special friend, Johnnie Carter of Stephenville; granddaughter, Shana Lynn; and grandson. Travis Lynn.


Stephenville Funeral Home
Stephenville (254) 965-3161
Submitted by Doyle Luther Fulfer


 Wilber Nin "Sonny Boy" Fulfer
(April 06, 1928-August 24, 1980)


Mr. Wilber Nin Fulfer of 12585 Blanco Rd., entered rest August 24, 1980 in a local hospital at the age of 51 years.  Survivors; wife, Clarice Fulfer; son Gary Lee Fulfer; daughters, Karla Nanette and Lanita Gayle Fulfer; brother, Robert Charles Fulfer; sister, Naomi Fay Kaatz.
Funeral services well be held at 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, August 26th at the Oak Hills Chapel.
Mr. Fulfer will then be taken to Stephensville Funeral Home, Stephenville, Tex. where funeral services will be held at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, August 27th at the Stephensville Funeral Home Chapel, interment will follow in the Hannibal Cemetery, Stephenville, Tex.  Arrangements with Oak Hills. 8056 Fredricksburg--696-7111
Submitted by Vanessa Deshazer




  William Bryan Fulfer
(Aug, 24, 1922-Sept 18, 1994)


THE PARIS NEWS, Mon., Sep. 19, 1994, p.6A.
'Cooper - William Bryan Fulfer, 72, of Grand Prairie, died Sunday, Sep. 18, 1994, at DFW Medical Center, Grand Prairie. Graveside services were scheduled for 4 p.m. Monday, Sep. 19, at Restland Cemetery in Roxton with Miles Wesner officiating. Delta Funeral Home has charge of arrangements. Mr. Fulfer was born Aug. 24, 1922, in Childress, a son of James C. and Betty Ragsdale Fulfer. He was a mechanic and truck driver. Surviving are his wife, Margie Qualls Fulfer; two sons, Bryan Sorens of Beaumont and Gil Sorens of Omaha, NE; a stepson, Cecil Brannon of Grand Prairie; a daughter, Pam Brannon of Grand Prairie; two brothers, John Fulfer of Mesquite and James C. Fulfer Jr. of Garland; and three sisters, Nancy Richardson of Pecan Gap, Margaruite Jordan of Arlington and Patsy Stevens of Tom, OK.'
Cemetery: Restland




  William Riley Fulfer
(Oct 11, 1865-January 11, 1960)
Wm. R. Fulfer dies; funeral service Wednesday
William R. Fulfer, 94, a resident of Mineral Wells since 1921, died at his home 802 SD 7th Street, Monday at 10:10 P.M. following a long illness.
Funeral Services will be conducted Thursday at 10:00 A.M. at Calvary Baptist Church and burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery with Paum-Carlock Funeral Home directing.
Fulfer was born in Commerce October 11, 1865, and had resided in Texas all of his life.  He was a retired farmer. He and the former Margaret Driggers were married October 11, 1886 at Commerce and she survives him.  
Besides Mrs. Fulfer, survivors are four daughters, Mrs. Lela Durham and Mrs. Dorothy McCray, both of Mineral Wells; Mrs Jack Fleishman of Tyler, and Mrs. Billie Jaron of Chicago; three sons, H. H. Fulfer of Greenbrier, Arkansas and Fred and Harry Fulfer both of Mineral Wells, 36 grandchildren and 44 great-grandchildren.
Submitted by  Sharon James



  William Thomas Fulfer
(August 23, 1891-September 28, 1972)


Commerce Journal
Commerce, TX
Thursday, October 5, 1972


FULFER


Funeral services for William T. Fulfer, were held at 2 p.m. Sunday in Jones Memorial Chapel with the Reverends N. D. Gillmore and M. D. Hodges officiating.


Burial followed in Rosemound Cemetery under the direction of Jones Funeral Home.  Fulfer's grandsons werved as pallbearers.


Fulfer of Harrington Street in Commerce, died Thursday in a Commerce Nursing Home.  He had lived in Commerce for 18 years.


Born April 23, 1891, in Wolfe City, TX, he was the son of Marion F. And Frances Miller Fulfer. Fulfer married Bertie Clayton in 1919 and was a veteran of World War I and a member of the Baptist Church.


Survivors include his widow;  two daughters, Mrs. J. R. Busell and Mrs. James Riffle, both of Commerce; 11 grandchildren and eight grandchildren.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer






  Willie Faye Byrant Fulfer
(October 04, 1924-June 02, 1989)



Odessa American
June 4, 1989


Graveside Services for Faye Fulfer, 64, 206 W. 47th St., are scheduled for 10 a.m. Monday at Sunset Memorial Gardens with the Rev. Rob Mortinson officiating.
Mrs. Fulfer died Friday at her residence after a lengthy illness.  She was born Oct. 4, 1924, in Rochester, Texas.  She married, Oliver F. Fulfer, March 6, 1943, in Mineral Wells.
Mrs. Fulfer moved to Odessa in 1965 from Jal, N. M.
Survivors include her husband; one son, Henry Wayne Fulfer of Odessa; four daughters; Deloris Jean Simms and Frances Marie Sutton both of Lubbock, Sandra Faye Burns and Penny Evans both of Odessa; three sisters, Lorene Carnes of Hawley, Dorothy Claiborne of Millsap and Merlene Craig of Idaho Palls, Idaho; two brothers; Bill Byrant of Anto and Jim Byrant of Brazos; 15 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Frank W. Wilson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
(wife of Oliver Frances Fulfer)
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




 Willie "Jack" James Fulfer
(June 06, 1909-January 06, 1990)


Springdale News (Arkansas)
Sunday, January 7, 1990


Willie James "Jack" Fulfer, 80 of Springdale died Jan 6 in Dallas. He was born June 5, 1909, in Coleman, Texas, the son of James Preston and Anna Hamilton Fulfer. He was a member of the Assembly of God Church and was a retired Jones Truck Line driver. He was preceded in death by his wife, Beulah Fulfer. Survivors include one daughter, Fayola Sue Willhoite of Plano, Texas; two brothers, Brady Fulfer of Bentonville and Jay Fulfer of Springdale; four sisters, Annie Mayberry of Willows, Calif., Virgie Quante of Salem, Ore., Ethel Draper and Fannie Evert, both of Rogers; five brainchildren and five great-grandchildren.  
Services will be a 2 pm Monday at the First Assembly of God in Springdale with Rev. Vernon Ables and Rev. Vaughn Smothers officiating. Burial will be in the Friendship Cemetery under the direction of Memorial Funeral Service of Springdale.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


 




  Willie Mae Neshy Fulfer
(February 03, 1896-January 31, 1947)


Daily Oklahoman
Monday, February 3, 1947


Mrs. Willie Mae Fulfer


Funeral wll be at 2 p.m Monday in Hahn funeral home for Mrs. Willie Mae Fulfer, 49, of 1101 S Agnew, who died Friday night in the home of her daugher, Mrs. Mildred Harold, 1098 S. Youngs.  Internment will be in Fairlawn Cemetery.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Willie Opal Hanes Fulfer
(March 10, 1911-January 24, 1999)



Greenville Herald
January 27, 2000


COMMERCE - Willie Opal Hanes Fulfer, 88, of Azle died Monday at Harris Methodist Northwest Hospital in Azle. Funeral services are at 2 p.m. Thursday at Pemberton Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. B.J. Ring officiating. Burial is in Sonora Cemetery in Fairlie.
She was born March 10, 1911 in Hunt County to Sam Hanes and Connie Kelly Hanes. She married Curtis Burlene Fulfer on Nov. 27, 1934 in Hugo, Okla. They moved from the Jordan Community to Van Alstyne in 1936 where they farmed for 40 years. They moved to Princeton and then to Azle in 1995.
Mrs. Fulfer was a member of a Baptist Church.
Surviving are brother-in-law B.B. Fulfer of Azle; a sister-in-law, M.L. Cherry of Fort Worth; nephew Raymond Speight of Azle; niece Rogene Speight Swinson of Fairlie and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her husband in 1997, three sisters and one brother.
Visitation is from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral
 home.
Submitted by Doyle Luther Fulfer




  Willie Olivia Davis Fulfer
(April 15, 1909-January 26, 1996)



January 28, 1996
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Page: 27


MINGUS - Willie O. Fulfer, 86, a homemaker, died Friday at a Stephenville nursing home.
Funeral: 2 p.m. Monday at the Church of Christ in Gordon. Burial: Liberty Cemetery in Gordon.
Mrs. Fulfer was born April 15, 1909, in Erath County. Lacy Funeral Home Stephenville, (817) 968-2102 Carl G. Harris
(Willie Olivia Davis April 09, 1909-January 1996, Wife of Luther Fulfer)
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer




  Zylophorah Holliday Fulfer
(May 30, 1897-January 27, 1995)


Zylophorah Fulfer, 97, of El Paso died Saturday (Jan 27, 1995).
Graveside service will be at 1 PM  in Gains County Cemetery in Seminole, Texas.
Survivors include her daughers: Fausteena McKinley, Dorothy Phifer, and Wyleen Lewis. She was a homemaker and lived in El Paso 20 years.
Arrangements are by Hilcrest Funeral Home.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer