Paul Charles Fulford

Huntsville, Alabama


Huntsville, Alabama


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Paul Charles Fulford, 73, of Huntsville, made his transition Sunday. Paul was born in Miami, Florida and graduated from Coral Gables High School in 1964. Paul attended Georgia Tech and received his Electrical Engineering degree from the University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL. Paul worked in the computer technology industry with Florida Power and Light nuclear power plant, Disney power plant, Boeing (The International Space Station project), Intergraph and Adtran. Paul enjoyed spending time with family and friends, being a Ham radio operator (with the ARRL National association for amateur radio) and practicing yoga and Reiki. He also loved riding his Harley Davidson motorcycle. He was a proud Jack Daniels Squire. In younger years, he enjoyed boating, scuba diving and spear fishing. He was a very active member of the Center for Spiritual Living. Paul was especially invaluable to family and friends for always being able to fix anything. He was a veritable unlimited wealth of knowledge, with the ability to answer any questions. He was preceded in death by his father, Charles Stanford Fulford and his mother, Sophia Davis Fulford. Survivors include his wife of 35 years, Robin Oaks Fulford; daughter, Jennifer Fulford Chancey (Robert); son, Charles Stanford Fulford, II (Briana); sisters, Pamela Wilkinson, (Ricky) and Julie Diane Fulford; and brother, James David Fulford (Shellie). A celebration of life will be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 25th, at the Center for Spiritual Living. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Center for Spiritual Living. (

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I so enjoyed seeing Paul at the Spiritual Center on Sunday mornings. He was such a bright light, with a warm heart and a loving soul, who always brought a smile to my face.
I feel blessed to have known him!

So sorry for your loss..I remember Paul as a greeter at CSL. Prayers and condolences.

Flying away

See you on the other side big brother❤

Remembering your great love story today and always.

Thank you for being my friend (Family)! My heart is sad but so honored for the 37 years of friendship with such a humble, intelligent, fun/funny, caring, gifted person. I do not think you ever had a bad day. Lots of love till we hangout on the other side.

I miss you so very much.

I cannot begin to tell you how much Paul meant to me. His warmth and smile were always there to great me at the Center and I would immediately feel my spirits lift. He was a precious soul who will be sorely missed.

There are just some people with whom you always feel safe. Paul was one of those people. We shall miss him very much.

I'm gunna miss my best friend, having first met in 8th grade at South Miami Junior High School.