The Peaceful passing
Fulton Eugene Greene
Olga Mable (Gilks) Greene,
January 13th at home. He was born in Doaktown NB, on July 19, 1928 and was
the son of the
O’Dell Greene and
Mildred Meretta (Doak) Greene.
the United Church
and served on the
years. He was also a
member of the St.
and the Doaktown Legion. He was a licensed Ham Radio Operator (VE1ALY) and
many other Ham
Operators around the
International Morse Code. He wrote a small book
a very sharp spontaneous sense of humor and loved to make people laugh.
that this was one
give to a person,
because while you
were laughing you
any worries, trouble
that moment. He also
advice. He felt he had a lot of experience and knowledge
pass on to others.
full of energy, a
and was busy all the
passionate about fixing
and repairing anything and
everything he could get
his hands on. He worked
a NB Fishing Guide on the Miramichi
and owned a
year he guided. He opened a small convenient
grocery store which he managed for many years and also sold
gas for a period of time at the store.
worked at the Five and Ten
while. He studied
and opened a TV Sales and Service Shop
and did all
his own repair
his own home, boat, gazebo, swing sets
etc. by himself.
listening, taping, singing
and played several instruments such
took many pictures and usually had people
holding up a sign
date on it.
some of these from his projector
onto a screen.
variety of interests. He loved the outside and liked to go boating, fishing, and
gardening and other outdoor work. He always knew how to amuse himself and others. He played darts and
had hours of fun building and
flying radio controlled
stop their cars to watch with
amusement as he flew
When he celebrated his 80th birthday, a cake
for him with an airplane on it.
Most of all
Fulton loved his family
very much and was
very possessive, protective and self sacrificing of them
sure that they
that they needed.
was always entertaining
took them on trips and vacations.
his wife, two daughters: Sonya (Paul) Melanson and
Vanessa (Tim) MacLaggan, three grandchildren: Andrew (Cassandra) St.
Louis, Jonathan (Melysa) Greene and
Caleb, Quinn, Mable,
Violet of St Louis and Natalie Greene and
several nieces, nephews
and two sister-in-laws.
He was predeceased by his
two brothers: Floyd and
and two brother-in-laws, nephew Sherwin Ward
and great nephew Anthony Goodfellow.
will be held later in the spring
with close family
the burial site in Blissfield. Personal condolences may be offered through
care of Davidson’s Funeral
Service Ltd. (622-7464)
online at www.davidsonsfh.com