December 26, 1934 ~ July 22, 2020

Born in: Muskogee, OK
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Donald Ray Fultz, 85 passed away July 22, 2020. Survived by children, William “Bill” (Esther) of Riverton, Wyo. and Darla (Brad) Dunmire of Pueblo; grandchildren, Dawn (Nick) Lewis, Dustin (Kodi) Fultz, Daniel (Andrea) Fultz, Katy (Brian) Frazier, Micah (Zac) Langston and Holly (Bryce) Barker; great-grandchildren, Timothy, Lauren Lewis, Tristen, Willow Fultz, William Fultz, Hailey, Lindy Frazier, Carlee, Lacee, Julee, Zoee Langston, Oakley and Maverick Barker; siblings, Charles (Ruth) Fultz of Little Rock, Margaret Mosteller of Muskogee and Joann (Bill) Roberts of Broken Arrow; and many nieces, nephews and friends.
Preceded in death by his wives, Geraldean (Hargrove) Fultz and Wanda (Adams) Fultz; parents; siblings, Lena Hess, Francis Ridley, Robert Fultz, Ross Fultz and Louise Mosteller.
Donald was born to Wilburn and Arliney (Mashburn) Fultz on December 26, 1934, in Muskogee, Okla. and worked for Amoco Oil Company for 38 years. His greatest enjoyment was his family. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. There will be no services at this time. Memorials may be made to Mountain States Children’s Home, 14780 N 107th St, Longmont, CO 80504

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  1. CandleImageWind for his wings. He and Geraldine were strong examples for us growing up.

    Only in Him do we have hope!!!

  2. CandleImageI have so many found memories of this great man. He was a very important person in my life from the day I met him at 10 years old. His presence will be missed. He was such a wonderful Christian, father, husband, and friend. He was always there to help, mentor and teach. His legacy will live on through the wonderful children, and grandchildren that he has raised. May God comfort his family at this time. Please let us know of any arrangements.

  3. CandleImageWade and Sheryl Mosteller:
    Remembering Uncle Don, Wade and I have lots of wonderful memories. Wade has so many great memories from many years ago. Together we have the fondest memories…Aunt Geraldean and Uncle Don talked of many of their life experiences together with us. The laughter and fun they had together, a model of marriage to emulate. They had great adventures in life together. When we moved to the country Uncle Don brought Wanda over to meet us and really wanted me to get some chickens, I think he wanted to get rid of some of his. I still do not have chickens, he thought it was so funny that I would think of a chicken as a pet. We have not seen him in a while but, I loved the stories he shared and he always had a smile on his face. What a good Christian example He was! He loved Jesus! He lived life to the fullest. He will be missed! We will see him again in glory.

  4. Our condolences to Bill & Darla & the whole family. We really enjoyed visiting with Don & listening to his stories. He was part of a wonderful family.

  5. CandleImageI remember Don, Jane and myself walking thru to the lobby. We did this often at Bonaventure. He would share stories of the Amoco truck sitting proudly on the mantle. His tablemates Lenny, Bob and Kathleen and the girls over morning breakfast and coffee. 🙏

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