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Calvin C. Fultz ~ ~ ~ 1923-1973
© Blackwell Journal Tribune
Feb. 25, 1973
Submitted by: Shirley Harlan

Calvin Fultz Services Set
Services for Calvin C. Fultz, 50, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Roberts & Son Funeral Home chapel with Bob Ragon, minister of the Church of Christ, Braman, officiating. Burial will be in the IOOF Cemetery, Blackwell.

Fultz, a resident of Hillcrest Manor nursing home, died there Saturday morning. His home was at 501 South Eighth.

He was born Sept. 3, 1923 at Portland, Kans., and moved from Portland to Braman in 1932, then to the Blackwell area in 1936 and had lived here since.

Survivors include one daughter, Susan Marie Fultz of California; three sisters, Mrs. Earlene Rohrs, Blackwell; Mrs. Wanda Pingry, Arkansas City, Kans.; and Mrs. Thelma Smith of Winfield, Kans.; three brothers, Kenneth Fultz of Blackwell; Leroy Fultz of Braman; and Victor Fultz of Salt Lake City, Utah.

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