David Michael Fulton
1972 - 2020
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DAVID MICHAEL FULTON
June 8, 1972
December 26, 2020
David Michael Fulton passed away on December 26, 2020 in Clearwater, Florida. He was born in Colorado Springs June 8, 1972 to Cynthia and Kenneth Fulton. David is preceded in death by his son, Lawrence Gabriel Fulton. He is survived by his father Ken (spouse Sharon) and mother Cindy (spouse Henry Cowlishaw), sister Lynette Fulton, niece Hannah, numerous aunts, uncles and cousins, and his constant companion, service dog Dexter.
Following graduation from Rampart High School in 1991, David achieved his Associate Degree in Computer IT in Phoenix. He served in the United States Army, briefly stationed in Macedonia. He achieved his degree in Computer Sciences at Colorado Technical University in Colorado Springs.
We are grateful for the support of family and friends. We are also grateful for the support and generosity of his on-line community. David will forever be loved and missed by family, extended family, and many friends, wonderful memories treasured in the heart.
A private memorial service will be held in Colorado Springs at a later date.



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Published in The Gazette on Jan. 3, 2021.
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January 4, 2021
I am sorry to see you go. I didn't know you well but the online community loved you so much!
Tara
Acquaintance
January 4, 2021
I knew David by his internet handle, Booleanator. Despite the fact that we never saw each other's faces, I can say with complete honesty that he was a compassionate and intelligent gentleman. We need more people in the world like David, and I am grieved at his passing.
Julie LaVoice
Acquaintance
January 3, 2021
Lynette and family-

My deepest condolences on the loss of your brother. My thoughts are with you all during this difficult time.
Classmate
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