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In Remembrance of

Brad Fulton
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Rose Spray
Graveside services for Brad Fulton, 29, were held at 2 p.m., Sunday, March 13, at Estacado Cemetery with the Rev. Nathan Mulder, pastor of Flomot Baptist Church, officiating. Burial was directed by Moore-Rose-White Funeral Home.

Mr. Fulton died Friday, March 11, 1994, in Citizens Hospital in Victoria, TX, following an illness.

He was born Bradley D. Fulton on March 14, 1964, in Lubbock, and married Amanda Watson June 29, 1990, in Floydada. He graduated from Angelo State in 1987 with a degree in animal science.

He had lived in Floyd County most of his life, having resided in Crosby County in 1992 between McAdoo and Dougherty. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Floydada and was working at Hickerson Pumpkin Farms.

His brother, Billy M. Fulton, worked as a deputy sheriff with the Crosby County Sheriff´s Department, later joining the Department of Public Safety as a trooper.

Fulton was preceded in death by his grandparents, Olin Bryant of Idalou; Georgia Lee Assister Bryant of Lubbock; and Cleo Fulton of Floydada, all of who had resided in Crosby County at various times.

Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Alexis Sage Fulton and Bridgettee Desire Fulton of Floydada; his parents, Darlene Fulton and Bill Fulton of Floydada; one sister, Brenda Yeary of Quitaque; one brother, Billy M. Fulton of Graham; and grandmother, Jennelda Fulton of Floydada.

©Crosby County News & Chronicle, April 7, 1994
Record provided by Crosby County Pioneer Memorial Museum
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Cemetery Location: N-29




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