Katherine Louise Fulton

katherine fulton

July 10, 1942 ~ June 23, 2020

Born in: Los Angeles, CA
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Katherine Louise Fulton, 77, passed away June 23, 2020. Survived by her husband, John Henry Fulton; sister, Adrienne Scanlan of Santa Monica, Calif.; and sons, Grant Robertson of Raton, N.M., Blake Robertson of Reno, Nev. and Aaron Greene of New Jersey. Preceded in death by parents. Katie was born to John T. and Louise (Wolfe) Fulton on July 10, 1942, in Los Angeles, Calif. At her request, cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium with no services. A scattering ceremony will take place off Ventura Coast, Calif. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. Dear John & family!
    Long time ago I met Katie @ the SRDA & we met for MahJongg there a good while. She was a fun gal to be with & I was happy to know her. Later @ the antiques resale place where she was a blessing & we’d chat when I dropped by to browse…
    Always thought she was quite the ,trooper’ to spend the many months in the far east! I shall miss her even though I only got to visit @ our annual MJ tournament .
    Have fond memories to keep!!
    My deep condolences, Monika C. Maes

  2. John,
    I was very sorry to hear about Katie’s passing. I have many fond memories of volunteering with her at the El Pueblo History Museum. We had many good talks. I especially remember her delicious cornbread that she made while doing pioneer cooking with Judi Brown. She will be greatly missed at the museum. I miss her terribly already. My thoughts and prayers are will you and her family. May all the good memories be with you and help you through these difficult times.

  3. I am so sorry about Kate’s passing. She was one nice lady. Always smiling and always spoke her mind. I will miss seeing her next door. May God wrap his arms around you and give you comfort.

  4. Hello John and all of Kates family. My wife (Janet) and I were neighbors to John and Katie about 5 years ago at the Presbyterian Towers Senior Apartment building. They were such a nice couple. When they went on one of their Far or Near East trips for John to get the latest In tech. for computers, Katie would send us e-mails about wear they were, some of the sights they were seeing. I kept those e-mails for some time and enjoyed reading them. I’ll always remember Katie for her smile, her positive outlook on life. She never had a negative attitude about anything. She and John made a definite impression on my life. I’m sure she will be sorely missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you John and the whole family. Duane and Janet Gordon

  5. I was so sorry to hear to hear of the passing of Kate. I will miss playing games with her and having lunch with her. I enjoyed talking to her about the trips to the Far East. I had spent time there and we had a lot of enjoyable times discussing our many adventures. My prayers are with you John and the family.

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