Charles Warren Devon Fulk, Sr.

Published 1:32 pm Wednesday, October 10, 2012

WINDSOR РCharles Warren Devon Fulk, Sr. 71, of Windsor died Saturday, October 6, 2012 after a battle with cancer.

Born September 21, 1941, in Surry County, he was the son of the late Charlie Linville Fulk and Emogene Jarrell Fulk and was preceded in death by his sister, Carol Jean Watson.

Charles was a graduate of Beulah High School and attended northern Surry School of Medical Technology. He was employed 44 years as Medical Laboratory Director at Bertie Memorial Hospital in Windsor until his retirement in 2006. Charles was active in the North Carolina State Society if American Medical Technologist and the American Medical Technologist.

Throughout his life in Windsor, Charles was active in many community organizations which included the Windsor Jaycees, Lions Club, Kiwanis Club, American Red Cross, Bertie County Youth Task Force and was a member of the Bertie County Rural Health Board. Charles served as a member of the Windsor Board of Commissioners for 24 years. He was a member of St. Thomas Episcopal Church.

His family includes his wife of 49 years, Mary Lou Gallimore Fulk; and son, Chuck and wife, Mimi, of Greenville; sisters, Gloria Fulk Branch of Lumberton, and Kathern Fulk Jenkins and husband, Allen, of Dobson; brother, Kenneth Erwin Fulk and wife, Shera Ann, of Mount Airy; four nieces and three nephews.

Funeral services were held Tuesday, October 9, 2012 at St. Thomas Episcopal Church with Joe Cooper officiating. Pallbearers were Allen Castelloe of Windsor, Ronald Freeman of Windsor, Jerry Davis of Windsor, Lawrence Keith Branch of Bladenboro, Jimmy Dale Branch of Lumberton, and Kenneth Michael Fulk, of Lowgap, with past and present Windsor Town Commissioners serving as honorary pallbearers.

Burial followed at Edgewood Cemetery in Windsor.

Memorials may be sent to St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 302 South Queen Street, Windsor, NC 27983.

Walker Funeral Home of Windsor served the Fulk family. Online condolences may be directed