Glenn Duane Fulton

August 29, 1935 - July 18, 2014

This article was included in the "Sheridan Celebrates" booklet from September 26, 2015.

Glenn was born to Lloyd and Nellie Fulton, August 29, 1935, in Coby, Kansas. He passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on Friday, July 18, 2014.
He entered the United States Marine Corps on November 23, 1953 and served in the Korean War. He was Honorably Discharged on November 22, 1956 and married Lauralee Murphy, May 24, 1957.

Glenn was a heavy equipment operator, over the road truck driver and many other construction jobs until his retirement in 1996.

He was involved in the Lion’s Club and he was a Boy Scout troop leader in Adena, Colorado. In the City of Sheridan, Colorado, Glenn was a volunteer firefighter. He served as City Councilman and Police Commissioner. He was also the organizer and club coordinator for the Aquarius Teen Center for the City of Sheridan who also organized the Sheridan clean up week and served as IOF teen club coordinator.

He enjoyed watching bowling and wrestling, he loved to play dominos, marbles, pitch, cribbage and many card games, and had a knack of winning. He is preceded in death by his parents Lloyd & Nellie Fulton, Stepmother Mary Fulton, daughter Tracy Fulton, sisters Clara Farmer and Norma Stewart and brother Gene Fulton, sister-in-law Cathy Fulton and nephew James Holmes.

Glenn is survived by his beloved wife Lauralee of 57 years, daughter Julie (Donald) Armstrong, son Richard (Lacey) Fulton, brothers: Marvin (Connie) Fulton, Norman Fulton, Don Fulton, Kenny (Donnell) Fulton, Ronny (Jennifer) Fulton, sisters Goldie (Don) Boles, Linda (Bob) Riggs, Karen (Steve) Jehorek, Nelda Fulton, sister-in-law: Frances Fulton, many nieces and nephews, adopted sons and friends. Glenn was a loving husband, father and a friend to all.
Glenn will be deeply missed by his wife, children, family and friends.

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