September 9, 1944 – July 28, 2022
In loving memory ~
Survived by his wife Lea (Dubois) of 42 years, his daughter, Angela (Fullerton) Fraser, his son, Scott Fullerton, his grandchildren, Mila and Liam Fraser and his first wife Vivian Storey. His nephews Dan Anderson and Chris Anderson and his dog Salem. Son of Wilfred Victor and Dorothy (Williams) Fullerton. His siblings, Joyce, Hazel, Patricia, Allen, Victor, Bernard, Dean and Maxine.
Jack loved to play baseball and especially loved music. He started playing drums at an early age and played and toured with the Bunk House Boys when he was 15, in the Maritimes until he joined the Canadian Army in December 1961.
He continued to play drums while he was stationed in Germany. He also served as Peacekeeper for the United Nations in the Middle East. After being stationed in Calgary, AB he retired from the Armed Forces in 1976.
He played drums with several bands while in Calgary and worked for 22 years at Purolator Courier until he retired and moved to Christina Lake, BC in 2007.
His love of music never diminished, when he wasn’t golfing or curling, he could be found in his workshop playing his drums and listening to music. He served as a volunteer for the boards of the Grand Forks Curling Club and the Christina Lake Golf Club.
Jack loved his family, his friends, his dog, his music, baseball, football, and hockey.
He is greatly loved and missed.
Special thank you to the first responders and ambulance services, doctors and nurses in Grand Forks and Kelowna for the care and support. His family thanks those who have sent cards and flowers and their ongoing support.
A celebration of life is being planned for next year.
- Submit News Tip
- Trending Now
- Good News
- Photo Galleries
- Special Sections
- Contact Us
- Site Map