02/12/1942 – 30/11/2023
Passed away peacefully surrounded by her daughters at Geelong University Hospital.
Loved and loving wife of William Thomas Fulton (dec), beloved mother of Donald (dec), Barry (dec), Christine, Janice and Lynette, and partners.
Loving sister of Diane.
Devoted and caring Nan to 12 and Great Nan to 6.
Now at peace, forever in our hearts.
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Family and friends are invited to attend a Service to Celebrate the Life of Mrs Pamela Fulton to be held at the Lorne Cemetery, Howard Street Lorne on Wednesday 13th December 2023 at 10am.
It is recommended that attendees bring a chair for their own comfort.
I will always treasure Pam’s wonderful painting of my two dogs Sam and Jojo. It was a lovely surprise when i walked into the Arts show one year and found it. I had remembered her taking a photo of my two but had no idea she had painted them. I love the painting to this day and well remember others examples of her fantastic paintings – especially a beautiful one of a local waterfall. Magnificent!
I also loved having Dizzy and Trix to stay with us, and was honoured that she chose us to look after them – always delightful fun.
Pam was wonderful community member – especially at the op shop of course. We will all miss her I know. Deb Campbell xxxx
Pam was loved and respected by all who knew her. She gave so much to the Lorne community through her volunteering over her lifetime in so many areas. Up until her recent hospitilisation she was a weekly volunteer at the op shop on Friday mornings. We will miss her and our frequent catch ups at Shelly Beach where she took her beloved schnauzers for their daily run.RIP Pam Reunited with beloved Bill and sons Donald and Barry. Much love Judi and lan x
Pam was a Lorne local community – minded lady. She gave much to the Lorne community as a Parent Club President and member. She was a wonderful volunteer, cook and bus driver for the Senior Citizen’s Centre; a wildlife shelter ‘Mum’ to deserted and injured animals.Shen was a member for Red Cross and was hands on during the Ash Wednesday fires. She was an artist and a horse- lover. She was a wealth of knowledge of the history of Lorne. She was heavily involved in all school activities and always ready to make a cuppa for everyone. But mostly Pam was sp proud of her boys Donald and Barry and ever so proud of her girls Janice, Lynette and Christine.Such a beautiful lady. Thank you Pam for your friendship Maureen and Alan