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John J. Fulton
November 27, 1928 ~ October 20, 2021 (age 92) 92 Years Old
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John J. Fulton, 92, of Roscoe born November 27, 1928 passed away October 20, 2021. John has returned to his Lord’s keeping. Born to Helen and John Fulton in Pennsylvania, he served his country in the Army, stationed on the island of Honshu, Japan. He graduated from St. Procopius College and worked as an engineer, until eventually becoming the President and CEO of Delta Power Company until his retirement. He loved a good glass of wine, 18 holes of golf and his long-term, loyal Delta employees, not necessarily in that order. He had many life-time friends and business colleagues, too numerous to name here, but he cared deeply for all of them.
He is survived by his beloved wife of 67 years, Marilyn (nee Manson); his children, Karen and Lori Fulton (Carl Bloomer); his daughter-in-law, Angie Fulton (Ken Klowsky); his brothers, Thomas, Robert (Diane), Eugene, and Cyril Fulton; his grandchildren, Nicholas Lamendola (Jabez), Adam Lamendola (Rebekah Harris), Angela Gilbert (Jay), R.J. Lamendola (Yvonne), Jared Johnson (Adrianna Gomez Flores), Jordon Wickersham (Cole), Nathaniel Fulton (Stacy Brainard), and Lindsey Fulton (Luke Omahana); his great grandchildren, Alivia and Gianna Lamendola, Preston and Parker Lamendola, Benton, Oliver, and Sophia Gilbert, Kristine (Tina) Lamendola, and Kashton Wickersham; as well as his four-legged child, Sheba. He was predeceased by his baby brother, James; his children, Kristine Lamendola; Douglas Fulton; and Gregory Fulton; and his sisters-in-law, Kathleen and Mary Fulton.
Private services are to be held. Many thanks to St. Croix Hospice, particularly Abbie, Tanisha, and Sheryl, for their kind care and attention.