December 30, 1993 – May 15, 2020
Mercedes Elaine “Sadie” Fulton, 26, passed away Friday, May 15, 2020 in Breckenridge, Texas. Graveside services will be held at 4 PM on Saturday, May 30, 2020 at Highland Cemetery with Chaplain John Dooley officiating. A Celebration of Life will follow the graveside service on Saturday at the French Country Meadows at the corner of Wellington Lane and FM 367 at 5 PM. Arrangements are entrusted to Dutton Funeral Home in Iowa Park, Texas. Sadie was born December 30, 1993 in Wichita Falls, Texas to Charles Arthur Lee Fulton and Vickie Elaine (Booth) Fulton-Dooley. She attended Rider High School for her Freshman year and graduated from Iowa Park High School in 2012. Sadie was currently attending Vernon College for her Criminal Justice Degree. She had a passion to be an advocate for kids in their life decisions. Sadie was an all-star athlete, placing at State in Cross Country three times, All-District softball, volleyball, and track in high school, and attended Nationals in college soccer with Richland College. She was full of spirit, lived life to the fullest, and never met a stranger with her radiant smile. Her radiance lives on in her son, Titan. Sadie is preceded in death by her grandparents, Hazel and Don Booth; aunt Donna Deatherage; and uncles, Roy Booth, Richard Farris, Ed Farris. Surviving relatives include her son, Titan Jeremiah Fulton of Iowa Park; father, Charles Fulton of Wichita Falls; mother, Vickie Fulton-Dooley and husband, Jim of Iowa Park; brothers, Brandon Sadberry of Wichita Falls; Blake Fulton of Iowa Park; Brady Fulton of Wichita Falls; Keenan Sadberry of Wylie, Texas; Kolten Sadberry of Iowa Park; and Trevor Dooley of Iowa Park; grandfather, Charles Fulton of Terrell, Oklahoma; grandmother, Linda Fulton of Bowie, Texas; niece, Kaylee Fulton and nephew Korbin Fulton of Iowa Park; numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins; and beloved family members, and “Second Mother” Kathy Carr. Memorials are suggested to be made to the American Cancer Society in memory of Sadie’s past relatives.
Celebration of Life
French Country Meadows
May 21, 2020
There’s so many memories I have of you Sadie it’s hard to pick just one! But I’ll never forget the first time I ever met you. I came home from school and mom said to be quiet she had a surprise to show me. She took me into Mitchell’s room and on his bed was a tiny baby. I remember asking her if you were a real baby, lol! She told me she would be watching you while your mom was working. And I’m so happy for that day, that day brought us together forever. We grew up together, but I feel like some of our closest times together have been these past few years. You were here for my girls and I when no one else could be. Thank you for always making me smile and laugh when I needed it the most. I love you baby sister!