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Nancy Fulton Obituary (1946 – 2021) – Bellingham, WA

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Nancy Fulton
Dec 10, 1946 – Dec 30, 2021
Bellingham, Washington – Nan Free. She is no longer in pain, she is free from pain, not without love.
Nan passed in peace from this world holding the hand of her husband Scott of 24 years together for 30 years.
Nan worked as a dispatcher and enjoyed watching police drama shows, as well as zoo shows on Animal Planet because of her love for animals. She was known as the Cat Lady because of the many figurines in our house along with the cat plates and pillows. Nan also loved the little birds that fluttered around, as I often caught them just staring and learning who was eating our bird seed. I’ve repaired and repaired many birdhouses, making it easier for birds and Nan to enjoy them over the years.
Some of my favorite memories with Nan are at our engagement venue, the Perfume Garden at Lake Tennant, where we also enjoyed several picnics. Nan was a wonderful chariot, anything to do with nature, especially with animals, she was their advocate, always trying to make a difference in the lives of animals. She always chose the funny-looking pet, the short tail, the one with one spot, the crooked ears, the kitten, and the animal that no one would pick. Nan leaves a legacy as a fighter for all the animals that cannot defend themselves.
Nan was very caring with 45 years of sympathy for the Bell family. Her love for Belle’s community is so widespread that it’s hard to realize all of her friends. She loved every single one of them saying Seattle ran out of coffee in the Kingdome Roundup on July 7, 1990.
Nan will miss her son Drew Jamison and his loving wife Janet; grandson, Logan Jamison; Sister Bridget Crane; Nieces; Molly and Amber, and Scott’s brother, Adam and his wife, Anne and their family with a great deal of sincere love.
Nan was proud to donate her hair to charity, and now one lucky kid has long red hair. If there’s any reason to shout out to an animal organization, now is the time. extinct forever. Please share Nan’s memories at molesfarewelltributes.com
I love you so much, Nan. see you later.

Published by The Bellingham Herald January 7-10, 2022.

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