Katherine Lucylle Cope Fulmer

Nacodoches, Texas


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Katherine Fulmer passed away in Nacodoches, Texas. The obituary was featured in The Daily Sentinel on June 1, 2011.

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Mrs. Fulmer dubbed me C-Cathy as to not be confused with K-Kathie. That's how it started...great memories that included siamese cats, feeding the cows in Swift, many spend-the-nights, and trying to stay out of trouble. She was a great teacher, a sweet and funny lady, and one of my favorite people. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Kathie and Barham. God bless!

Mrs. Fulmer was a very proper and elegant lady. It was a priviledge to visit her during her stay in the nursing home, rehab and at home. May God give you strength during this time of loss.

Kathy, I have many special memories of your sweet mother and the childhood friendship I shared with you. You are in my prayers.

Lucille has a special place in our family's memories. She was our friend. We enjoyed many a social gathering at her and Herschel's homesuch as the wedding shower for my brother's bride. Lucille will be greatly missed. My sympathy to Barham and family, to Kathy and family.

Lucille was a wonderful lady that we loved and appreciated her love of God and faithfulness to him, We are so sorry for your loss.

Mrs. Fulmer was a delightful teacher and dear sweet lady! We were so honored to have her attend several of our class reunions.
Her warm smile and pleasant personality will be missed!

Heartfelt sympathies from the Nacogdches Kiwanis Club are extended to the family of Mrs. Fulmer. She was a wonderful lady who dedicated her life to church and family. We will miss her warm smile and gracious nature.

I have wonderful memories of Mrs. Fulmer as my speech teacher. She taught us to feel comfortable with public speaking by gently coaching & building our self esteem. I also remember her as so welcoming in her home as the mother of my friend, Barham. My condolences to the Fulmer family.

My condolences to all of you in the passing of Lucylle. She was such a lovely lady. I remember fondly how she made me feel welcome in your home during my college days.