Fulton Williams, Sr.

fulton williams, sr.
Born to eternal life on February 15, 2021, at the age of 59 years. Combined Services, Friday, March 5, 2021. Visitation: 12-1 PM and Funeral 1 PM at Paradise Memorial Funeral and Cremation Services Interment: Graceland Cemetery All Services Trusted to: Paradise Memorial Funeral and Cremation Services 7625 W. Appleton Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53222 414-461-8000

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  1. I just found out. Fulton was the best UPS employee I ever worked with. He made my day every time I saw in Oak Creek. He will be Loved & missed forever… Tony Bonds your friend for life!

  2. Fulton and I were very much the same.. I knew Fulton for 23 years and not a day went by that I didn’t make that guy laugh. I have so much to say and stories to share, but if I did I bet it would become a New York’s Best seller of book printed.. To keep it short and simple I’ve cried so much since your departure, to the point I can’t cry any more.. Today march 5th, 2021 I shed my last tear, but know that you’ve left a hole in the hearts of so many@work and will be missed… George Hugier (Who-G-Aaaaaaaaaaaaa)

    • Thank You for your kind words about my brother, you’re right he will be missed, but he gave us all so much love and memories.

  3. There are so many things you can say about Fulton. Though everyone has to agree he had an infectious laugh, a beautiful smile and a love for the Packers. I worked with him for over 20 years and found him a kind soul with a great sense of humor. I can’t deny I’m going to miss him. Sending love and prayers to Fulton’s family and friends.

  4. All I ever knew was Uncle Few, and when the Packers were playing Few was the only one invited to Uncle Marty’s House. I will miss your jokes, smile and laughter. Events at Uncle Marty’s house will bring a lot of memories but it will not be the same. R I P Unc💔😭 Sonia

  5. In our lifetime people encounter things we thought we knew. For instance, I just discovered Fulton’s middle name is Earvin. Ever since 1976 I thought it was Earl. We met in high school while trying out for the basketball team. He approached me at my locker. I had just opened a Susie-Q or a Hostess Twinkie to take a bite. As I was about to take a bite, he asked me what was up and asked if he could have some. He had this big smile on his face. He was thin and I thought he needed to put some weight on if he was going to make the team. I extended my snack for Fulton to take a piece. He reached over, grabbed the whole snack and ate it. Without hesitation he started laughing as he ran away. He went on to lead our team in scoring at 21 points per game. Ironically, we were boys ever since. Over the years he would always try to re-live the moment by asking for a bite of my food. Unfortunately for Fulton I never allowed that to happen again. That is why he always looked like he weighed 100 pounds soaking wet. I am not sure where his love of the Green Bay Packers and football in general came from. His frame resembled a goal post and since it looked like him – that was his attraction to the game. Then I thought he just loved green & gold. Any trip we took together I cannot remember 1 day where he didn’t have on Green Bay Packers’ apparel and merchandise. I was surprised that he never painted one of his automobiles or his house green & gold. The Green Bay Packers will miss his spirit at the games. They will suffer a loss in sales of their apparel and other merchandise. The boys and I will miss Fulton’s enthusiasm, spirit and love, but we will never miss Fulton Earvin Williams Sr. He will be in our hearts, minds, body and soul forever. R.I.P. Fulton Big “B”

  6. Fulton, I haven’t seen you in awhile, but can never forget about how you LOVED the Packers. I remember when we went to Oneida in Green Bay. There you were conversing and gambling next to a Green Bay Packer player. I said, “Fulton you know dawg”? You just smiled and said “Oh Yeah”! Rest Peacefully #One Packer Fan

  7. I have a lot of memories of FEW, from walking to grade school at 12th Street School, playing basketball at Columbia Park, Christmas breakfast at my home, Packer games at numerous friends houses, and at Lambeau Field, and just talking about work, life in general! If you didn’t know anything about the Packers before you met him, you knew all about the Packers after!! I’ve never seen anyone wear so much Packer gear, from head to toe, that didn’t actually play for the Packers, that was FEW, he loved the Packers! I will miss you my brotha, may you rest in peace! Much Love! SUD!!

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