- 86 years old
- Date of birth: Mar 27, 1927
- Date of passing: Apr 11, 2013
|Let the memory of Jack be with us forever|
"Uncle you will missed! I have enjoyed hearing so many wonderful stories about your life from my dad and through your pictures. You were an amazing man and will rest in heaven. Love you!"
"A quiet and gentle man who will oft be remembered for the joy he brought to friends and family. I imagine there were many reaching out to welcome him on the other side."
"JACK was his name when I first meet him a big smile and careing man.Iwad so lucky to have know him. He was a ladies msn. Love to ballroom dance. He brought so much to the Spring's. All would wait for a chance to dance a tone with him . He love to talk about he go on tue to elk club. Wed to the josoly center. He had his fine ladies he love to dance. He will be miss and may he rest in peace."
"My grandfather took me to see his Dad, Mom, and brother when I was about 12. We went on a beautiful train ride to get there. I remember going boogie boarding and seeing Nana in the hospital. Grandpa was busy with Poppie dealing with affairs, and I had the pleasure of spending time with Jack. I remember him as being soft spoken and interested in who I was and what I wanted out of life. XOXO"
"Felicia and I came to assist Uncle Jack with the last stage of his journey. Inside his apartment was a treasure trove of memories in pictures, letters and memorabilia. It was like meeting Uncle Jack for the first time, sadly. He was a very quiet thinking man, had strong convictions, love of family and country. Most lasting memory: His smile meeting grand niece April and daughter Zamora."
"Jack, John Collins Fulton III, my oldest sibling was a learned, courtly gentleman, an army veteran and successful business man who filled the days of his golden years dancing and vocalizing with local musical groups. I shall miss him but take comfort in knowing he is now kicking up his heels in Heaven with Nana, Poppie, Dick, Barbara and Wendy."
"I had the great opportunity to spend time with my Uncle Jack during his last days. I strongly believe God was present in the moments we had together. Although he was a bit confused, I know he understood the assence of the conversations we had. The last phone conversation I had with Jack,"I love you and I know God does too, he is awaiting a place in your heart" , he whispered back, "Yes""
"As a child,when visiting with Uncle Jack,I would always admire his Smile and the way he would carry himself. Looking up to him ,he was tall and handsome. Always polite. I will miss you and knowing you are with all of your love ones make me happy. I Love you, and all you are with."
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