Allen Fulkerson

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

1959 - 2013

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Allen was a real encourager to my self a nd sympathy goes out to the family. But can see Allen walking the streets of gold with Jesus who he loved. God bless Linda and all who will miss him......Cheryl cavanaugh fountain hills az

I was so sorry to hear the news of Corky's death. I first met Corky a week or so before my senior year of high school. I had just moved to the area and was not looking forward to being the new kid at school. Corky was so friendly and welcoming. Everytime he saw me in the halls, he smiled and made me feel like I was one of the gang. It is not surprising that he chose his life's work to be in the service of others. He was a fun loving, people loving person and he will be missed. I'm sure he is...

Even though I cannot bear the thought of Corky not being in this world any more, I can see him on those streets of gold, too, but I see him dancing down them. I knew him in high school and we worked for a summer or two at Farm Fresh Grocery Store in Arrowhead in Virginia Beach. To say he was awesome in every way I knew him only begins to touch on the person he was/is. I always thought I would see him again, but now I guess that will be in Heaven. God Bless you, Corky, and all who loved...

Dear Fulkerson Family, I went to school and graduated with Corkey at Kempsville High School. Corkey escorted me to our homecoming in 1977. He was a true gentleman and a very kind and compassionate soul. We celebrate our 35 year from being out of high school this year and I am sure we will all have Corkey on our hearts and mind. I don't know of anyone who did not consider them selves blessed to have known Corkey and had him in our lives. He will forever live on as a 1978 Kempsville High...

Our love and prayers to you, Ryan, and Tyler. We will always remember Corky as the smiling gentleman in the obituary picture. Life has dealt you a lot of bumps, hills, mountains; but you will continue to trust God and know you will come out on top. Happy Day. Stay strong. Love to you and yours, Uncle Tom and Aunt Nona.

he always was smileing and very warm going to miss him at fcc sevices scuch a wonderful man the Lord has taken another angel

The family of Allen Fulkerson,
Linda and family So sorry to hear of Allen's passing. And will be missed by all who knew him and I know I will miss him he was a joy to take care of when he was in the hospital. I know he is with his Lord and Savior and walking the streets of pure gold. May God bless each one of you. I remember the time that you & Allen were both in the hospital and the cute little things he wrote on our white board to you.

What a joy to know Allen is rejoicing in heaven! I know in my heart that the Lord will watch over Linda until he calls her home to be with him.


Allen's Obituaries

Allen FulkersonSalem - 53, passed away Monday morning after a long battle of pancreatic cancer and went to be with the Lord. He was born on October 27, 1959 in San Pedro, CA. He is survived by his parents, Allen and Marilyn Fulkerson; brother, Mark Ford; sister, Debbie Fulkerson of Virginia...

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