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Chapel Lawn Funeral Home & Memorial Gardens

8178 Cline Avenue, Crown Point, IN

OBITUARY

Paul Scott Fultz

February 26, 1958October 5, 2019
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Paul Scott Fultz Crown Point, IN

Paul Scott Fultz age 61, peacefully passed away Saturday, October 5, 2019. He is survived by his wife, Denise; two children, Alysse (fiancé Evan White) Fultz and Ian Fultz; sisters-in-law, Toby and Neal Pendley, Darcy (Randy) Petri and Terry (Ron) Zurek; many nieces, nephews, and cousins. Preceded in death by his parents, Allie and Lillian and brother Rick. Funeral services will be held Saturday, October 12, 2019 10:30 AM at Chapel Lawn Funeral Home (8178 Cline Ave Crown Point, IN) with Evan White, Minister officiating. Interment to follow at Chapel Lawn Memorial Gardens, Crown Point, IN. Friends may visit with the family on Friday, October 11, from 2:00-7:00 PM at the funeral home. Paul found the good in all people, enjoyed his family, food and friends. PLEASE OMIT FLOWERS. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made in memory to Kitty's Warriors or The Shriner Hospital.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, October 11, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Saturday, October 12, 2019

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Laurie Lange

October 11, 2019

Paul was always such a pleasure to work with, and he always had a positive attitude, even during challenging times. He had such a huge heart, and an incredibly contagious laugh. He will be missed, but I hope that wherever he is, he’s enjoying a nice bourbon.

Stacey Jacobs

October 10, 2019

Pauly, truly was one of a kind. He treated everyone he met like they were a lifelong friend. He had a heart of Gold, a smile that lit up the room, and a joke or a story to tell...simply to make you laugh.

He loved talking about food, music (he always made me do my Steven Tyler impersonation!), but mostly he loved talking about his beloved family...he always beamed with love and pride when he spoke of them. I was so honored to meet them about a month ago, there was so much love in the room. The Fultz family is truly special, and sending lots of love & prayers their way.

Pauly, thank you for being a gift to us all. It was a joy to work with you. You will be beyond missed, but your spirit and legacy will live on forever. Rest in peace, my dear friend....you got your Angel Wings!

Nakita McAlister

October 9, 2019

Paul was a one in a million kind of friend. He was a joy to work with and he always seemed to have a smile on his face, even on the trying days. We worked so hard one year to submit one of his projects for a design award and I remember feeling so happy when I saw how elated he was that his project had won. He texted me that night and congratulated me and told me that it was my writing that had clinched the win and I should consider writing full time. I will always remember that. Even in victory, he shared the reward. He was such a sweet and caring man and I will miss him dearly. It was an honor to know you, Paul!

Alicia Calabrese

October 9, 2019

If we ever were craving Gummie bears, Italian cookies, Calabrese salami or Focaccia, Paul would tell us about the BEST place to find these treats and then he would bring them in to share. He was always ready to tell a story about his beloved family. Paul we will miss your smiling face and your great spirit.

Abhinav (AB) G

October 9, 2019

It’s heart breaking to know Paul has passed away. I’ve had an opportunity to work with him in my first job. On my first day of work, he brought coffee for me, which was such a sweet gesture. It was fun working with him, Lance and Stacey and made me feel at home while working at David’s. My heartfelt condolences to his family and friends.

Sherri McKinney

October 9, 2019

Paul was such a wonderful man. He taught me many things over the years working together. We had lots of fun and always found time to laugh. I’ll never forget him cranking up his old time country/folk music in the office. Although I Iove country, he would always tell me ‘this is REAL country music’. I called it ‘Yeehaw’ tunes. That always made him laugh. He would always tell me ‘fuzzy side up’ when he was talking about carpet and when things got stressful, would tell me ‘go home, relax and don’t stress...it’s only flooring’. When we weren’t talking flooring, we usually talked about the things he loved and were the most proud of, which was his family. He always talked so highly of his kids, Aly and Ian. I am truly saddened by the loss of this wonderful man and dear friend. There isn’t a day that I won’t think of him and miss his smile and laugh, and seeing him walk through the office door with donuts and gummy bears in his hands!! He was such a special person and I was blessed to have known him for as long as I did. In Paul’s honor, I am going to drink a glass of Jack ‘clean’. This was an inside joke between him and I, and it always made him laugh. RIP my forever dear friend Paul. ❤️

Peter Standish

October 8, 2019

It was my honor to work with Paul for a number of years,
I will always remember and admire his positive attitude and ability to see the good in situations and people
He was a good friend and will be greatly missed,
but I am thankful I had the opportunity to know and work with him

Colleen Spurlock

October 8, 2019

Having Paul as a neighbor was like having a really good friend just next door. He always had a friendly greeting and a smile to match. He was one of the good guys and we are all better people for having known him! Paul, you will be greatly missed!
Heartfelt condolences to Denise, Alysse and Ian.

John Neiweem

October 8, 2019

"Fultzy" was , caring , humerus , gregarious and a top notch professional in his work. He was ALWAYS there when I needed him both personally and professionally and this world is a lot sadder place with his passing. Rest In Peace buddy.

I thank God that Paul was in my life and am praying for him and his entire family.

Dawn Koca

October 8, 2019

I will never forget this sweet man. I had the opportunity to work with him and have him as a friend. I can still hear his goofy giggle when he said something funny, or at least something he thought was funny!. He was so generous to so many people whether just picking up something on one of his outings or always calling to check in to see if I needed anything. I wish I would have had the chance to have just one more talk or lunch with him. Prayers to Denise and the rest of the family.

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