Alan Fulton

17 July, 19537 March, 2021

Alan passed away suddenly at home on March 7,2021 at the age of 67. He was a beloved husband of the late Lois, Father to Jennifer and Krista and grandfather to Mikaylah and brother to Keith (Rosalba),Uncle to Madeline, Nicholas, Matteo and Malia. He was born in Edinburgh, Scotland and shortly immigrated to Canada in 1954 with parents George and Agnes. Alan and Lois were married for 38 years before her passing in April 2015. Alan enjoyed photography and traveling whenever he could. He worked as a correctional officer for Toronto Detention Centre for 30+ years before his early retirement. While retired, he liked to spend his time with his dog newt who really helped him stay strong when his wife passed, collecting upper deck hockey cards, doing his puzzle books and collecting leafs memorabilia as lifelong devoted fan and season ticket holder. Alan will be forever loved and missed by Jennifer, Krista and Mikaylah. Burial service and a Celebration of his life will be held in June.



  • Visitation

    Saturday, 13 March , 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, 13 March , 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Saturday, 26 June , 2021


  • Spring Interment


Alan Fulton

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Wayne Reynolds

18 July 2021

RIP Alan
Lots of air cadet memories . Your dad gave me my first summer job at the heavy water plant. Wayne

Dorothy Kaiser

17 July 2021

I am so sorry for your loss. Alan was a good friend many years ago in Port Hawkesbury.

Rob Maksymchuk

17 July 2021

So sad to hear about Al passing. Sad as well as I attended Lois and his wedding and knew him for a real long time since he moved to Ontario..
My condolences to his family and friends..

Deena (Dee) Addis

28 March 2021

Such a good man who loved his family at home and at work deeply. Fly hard and fly free Al. Many prayers to all who feel the loss of this good soul. My condolences.

Dawn Lambert

21 March 2021

My prayers are with Alan's family during this very difficult grieving process.
Your memories of Alan will always be with you in good times and bad.

I consider myself very blessed to have been able to meet and work with Alan while at MTEDC.

Brenda Eccleston

21 March 2021

I worked with Al at T.E.D.C. & enjoyed many meals with him . He certainly loved being a dad & grandfather. He had an easy manner about him & loved to make people laugh. I have thought of him over the years. Your loss is God's gain.

Joseph Russo

18 March 2021

Our deepest condolences on the passing of your loving dad. Al will be dearly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time.

Margaret and Joseph Russo

Ani Singh

12 March 2021

Oh Dad, you left us way too early.
When I got the dreaded call I thought Jen was playing a cruel joke on me. Little did I know the last 'hi' I said to you would have been the LAST hi I ever say to you. 😭 Thank you for accepting me into your family as though I had always been there and for loving me as one of your own. I will fondly remember you with a big smile on my face when I drive over rolling hills. You had a heart of GOLD, you were GREATLY loved and will continue to be LOVED.💕

Freida and Robin Hazel

11 March 2021

Our sincerest condolences to the Fulton Family. Losing a loved one is always hard, however remembering the good times, makes it a little easier.

Robert Lundy

11 March 2021

I worked with Al at the TEDC and he was a real pro CO. My fondest memories however is golfing tournaments and we both shared a real passion for the Leafs and collecting cards and memorabilia. RIP Al.

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