Obituaries » Kenneth Alan Fulcher
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September 29, 1933 - October 19, 2021
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We are heartbroken to say Good-bye to our very special Husband, Father, Grandfather, Great-Grandfather, and more.
Dad was born in Essex, England where he lived with his parents (Alfred and Barbara) and two brothers (Alf and Ron). Growing up during WWII, he had many stories to tell.
He was conscripted into the British Army at the age of 18 and served in Malaysia for two years.
He came to Montreal in 1957, and then Port Colborne where he met his “Mame” (Marilyn). They married in 1960 and eventually settled in Saskatoon. They had 3 daughters – Jill (Chris, Becca & Liv); Jody (Keon, Natashia [Andrew, Felix & Farrow], Jesse [Taegan], Anna [Dax, Bronson], Connor [Lauren]); Kari (Alex, Miguel & Pilar).
Dad worked in the Milling Industry for many years with Robin Hood, CSP Foods, and Parrheim Foods. While at Parrheim, a Saskatoon Pulse Crop Processing Plant, he was one of the pioneers believing in the benefits of obtaining protein from legumes. He gained the interest of many high profile national and international companies.
Dad was our Rock, full of wisdom, strength & support. He taught us the importance of kindness, compassion and respect for all. We will miss him dearly.
Thank you to all who cared for him. A special thank you to Ranjit.
In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to Living Sky Animal Rehabilitation, or an animal charity of your choice. A family Celebration of Life will be held at a future date.
Arrangements entrusted to Martens Warman Funeral Home. Condolences & memories can be placed on www.martens.ca/obituaries
“Grandad may have lost his wallet,
but he never lost his big, bright smile.
He may have lost his slippers,
but he never lost his manners and politeness.
He may have lost his words,
but he never lost his love for Frank Sinatra.
He may have lost his way,
but he never lost his ability to play the piano without a single sheet of music.
He may have lost his memory,
but he never lost his love for others.
We may have lost you Grandad,
but we will never lose your valuable advice, stories, love for music, kindness, strength, and so much more.”