Edmon H (Jr) Fulk

Born: Wed., Mar. 20, 1929
Died: Sun., Sep. 15, 2019

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Edmon H. Fulk, 90, long-time resident of Union City, Ind., passed away Sunday, September 15, 2109 at Pine Knoll Rehabilitation Center in Winchester, Ind. He was born March 20, 1929 in Linton, Ind. to the late Edmon H. and Cecelia Goodson Fulk, Sr.
Mr. Fulk was well known in the community for his service as Wayne Township Assessor for 34 years (1972-2006, deputy, 1966-1972). He worked as a milk hauler for Red 73 Creamery (1950-1963), Warner Gear Division in Muncie (1950-1988), and H&R Block Franchise (1969-1991). An Enrolled IRS agent, he was a member of the Public Accountants Association, the AFL-CIO of Warner Gear and the Eagles Lodge of Union City, Ind.
Survivors include a daughter, Judith (Jim) Michael of Littleton, CO; a son, Stephen Fulk of Union City, Ind.; six grandchildren; six great grandchildren; a brother, Bob Fulk of Indianapolis, Ind; four half-brothers, Larry Fulk, Gary Fulk, Terry Fulk, and Dennis Fulk.
He was preceded in death by a son, Eddie Fulk III; a daughter Cathy Clawson; two brothers, Jim and Bill Fulk; two sisters, Iris Marshall and Joyce Read.
At his request, there will be no calling hours or services. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. Reichard Funeral Home Inc. entrusted with services.
His family members would like to thank the staff of Pine Knoll and give special thanks to Ginny, Shirley, and Lo for their care and concern over the years.
All of Mr. Fulk's dogs were rescue dogs. Memorial contributions can be made to PAWS (Pets are worth saving), 239, N. Columbia St., Union City, IN 47390.

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Phyllis Borders
   Posted Tue September 17, 2019
Judy/Jim
Joe/Rachel
My Deepest sympathy on your loss. In reading his obituary it sounds like he was a man of many abilities. I’m sure he will be missed.
Prayers for you to always remember the “good times”.

Ann Dorrington Kingston
   Posted Tue September 17, 2019
Judi, Steve, & Family, I was so sorry to learn of your dad’s passing. I think I know how close you were to him, Judi. I have great memories of being at your parents’ home with Eddie when we were growing up. They always made me feel as comfortable as possible. The first time I met your parents was March 9, 1966, when UCCHS went to the basketball regional in that huge fieldhouse in New Castle. Your parents took Eddie & me (or as he would say, me & Ann) to it in your burgundy station wagon, along with two of their friends. I remember getting out of the back of the station wagon with a short skirt on! That was the day Eddie asked me to go steady. There were a lot of good memories but some tough ones, too. The worst decision of my life was breaking up with him after 4 years together & not marrying him. Thank you & Jim for always making me feel like part of your family, especially when Eddie died. Take good care of each other. Love, hugs, & prayers, Ann

Kayla Hudson-Ray
   Posted Wed September 18, 2019
Ed will be truly missed here at Pineknoll. He was such a pleasure and always kept us smiling and laughing. We are honored to have known him.
Love your Pineknoll Family

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