Condolences for Arthur Lee Fulton

Bob Fulton posted on 11/10/20

Uncle Art was my inspiration to play guitar and perform...also a lefty. He was one of the kindest people I have ever known. If he told you something you could take it to the bank. Although we didn't get together very often, each time was a blessing. Although he will be sorely missed here, the Heavenly Band is breaking -in another good picker.

 

 

Bettie Irene Fulton Nuebel posted on 11/10/20

Art, you were a wonderful brother. Art moved our Mother, our sister Dorothy, and me from Mississippi to Washington, DC, in 1961 and provided a home for us. He gave Dot and me the opportunity to get good jobs, after making sure we were able to graduate from High School with the skills we would need. I am forever grateful to him. He also helped my husband get a job with Western Electric, which my husband really appreciated. Art and his family have always been here for me and supported me during my most difficult times. He was quiet, but could always make us laugh and ensured we all had a good time. You and Faye may both be gone now, but you will never be forgotten! With all my love, Bet

 

Michael McCool posted on 11/10/20

Mr. Fulton was a very likeable quiet man. He loved his Family and laughed alot. His favorite story to me was taking Allyson to the bubble gum store, and he would always enjoy telling me. Have peace now Mr. Fulton.