Davison-Fulton Woodland Chapel & Parkview Cemetery

2021 North University Street Peoria, IL


  • George Fulton


    Since 1968 George Fulton has provided compassionate care to families in the Peoria area and is proud to continue that service as part of the Dignity Memorial® team. George earned his degree in mortuary science from Worsham College of Mortuary Science in 1962. When he is not serving families, George enjoys volunteering with charitable organizations and is happiest when he is helping disadvantaged adults and children.

  • Donald C Henderson

    General Manager

    As a 2nd generation funeral director, Don has been involved in funeral service his entire life. Residing in his hometown of Pekin, Don has served Central Illinois families as a licensed funeral director for nearly 25 years. He finds fulfillment in the special relationship he builds with a bereaved family as he walks with them through their roughest days after the loss of someone they love. Don takes delight in doing "dad things" for his daughters; Ashlyn, Danielle and Reaux. His recreational pursuits include hunting waterfowl and deer.

  • Terry L Pruvost

    General Manager

    Terry has been caring for Central Illinois families as a funeral professional for more than 4 decades. Originally from Pekin, Illinois, Terry and his family have lived in the Bartonville area since 1981. Terry and his wife, Jean, have been involved in many community activities over the years. They both enjoy spending time with family and friends.
  • William A Weller

    General Manager

    Tony has 40+ years in the funeral profession, but his funeral experience goes back to when he was 10 years old and he helped his father with cemetery maintenance. He's spent 3 decades serving Peoria-area families.  

    Tony says, “I know initially what a family’s needs are when they come to us. My focus is to discover, first by listening and secondly by asking questions, what their wants are. I then help them craft a service that meaningfully celebrates the life of their loved one.”

    He and his wife, Tamara, raised 4 children. Now Tony spends his free time restoring his home. He enjoys woodworking, reading and golfing. 

  • Sydney Courdt

    Funeral Director

    Sydney Courdt began at Davison Fulton Funeral Home in 2015 to serve her apprenticeship. She now serves as a licensed funeral director and embalmer and works hard every day to excel at her job, doing the best she can for each family.

    Born and raised in the small town of Bartonville, Sydney graduated from Limestone Community High School. After high school she attended Illinois Central College furthering her education in healthcare. Holding different positions in the health care industry, Sydney always focused on helping people and, deciding to take her education even higher, she graduated Worsham College of Mortuary Science in 2015.

    Sydney is a member of Pi Sigma Eta, a national honors fraternity.

  • Daniel R Davidson

    Funeral Director

    Daniel is a native to the Pekin-East Peoria area. After serving in the Navy, he worked as a manufacturing welder before accepting a position with the Pekin Fire Department. While there, he was very active with the fire safety house educating children. Later he followed a personal desire and accepted a position with the East Peoria Fire Department.

    During his years with the fire service, he was an active member with the Illinois State Honor Guard. After retirement, he accepted a position with Davison-Fulton Funeral Chapels in 2013.

    Daniel is married and has a daughter, son and 2 pet ducks.

  • Vince Anthony Fraboni

    Funeral Director

    Vince is a Peoria-area native and was raised in nearby Metamora, Illinois. After attending Metamora High School, he went on to work in the horticulture department at Illinois Central College and studied for his general education for 3 semesters. Vince then went on to study mortuary science at Worsham College of Mortuary Science in Wheeling, Illinois. While there, he worked and lived in a funeral home in Park Ridge. He graduated top of his class and recipient of the Twin Pine Cremation Scholarship for his outstanding community effort and caring manner. Vince completed his apprenticeship in Highland Park, received his Illinois license as funeral director, embalmer and crematory operator and continued to work for 3 other funeral homes in his spare time. Following his apprenticeship in the northern suburbs of Chicago, Vince relocated to be closer to family and friends. His primary goal is to serve families with the highest quality of service and care. He is detail-oriented, listens well and maintains contact with each family throughout the funeral process to ensure all needs are met during their difficult time. Vince still continues to study horticulture and gardens in his free time.