Sandra (Land) Fulton

Born: Tue., May 31, 1955
Died: Mon., Apr. 17, 2017


10:00 AM to 11:00 AM, Sat., Apr. 22, 2017
Location: Mt. Pisgah Lutheran Church

Memorial Service

11:00 AM Sat., Apr. 22, 2017
Location: Mt. Pisgah Lutheran Church

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Mrs. Sandra Land Fulton, 61, of Little Spring Road, Taylorsville, was called to her heavenly home on Monday, April 17, 2017 at her residence. She went peacefully with husband, Donovan and with two of her three sons, Jason and Shawn by her side.  

Mrs. Fulton was born May 31, 1955 in Alexander County, the daughter of the late William “Bill” Azor Land and Katie Montgomery Land.

Sandra fought a yearlong hard battle with cancer to the very end. She impacted so many people in her life.  She had an unconditional love for her family especially her two grandsons.  We know she is looking down on us from heaven right now.  Sandra was an amazing mother, wife, grandmother, friend and sibling.  She will be greatly missed.

She had worked an oral surgeon assistant and was a member of Mt. Pisgah Lutheran Church.  She really enjoyed crafts, decorating for weddings and parties.  She was an avid antique collector.  
Including her parents, she was preceded in death by: a sister, Jan Smith and a brother, Roger Pennell.

Those left to cherish her memory include: her husband, Donovan Franklin Fulton of the home; three sons, Jason Alling of Gastonia, Donovan Jason Fulton of Little Rock, AK, Shawn Alling and wife, Danielle of Charlotte; two grandsons, Joshua Ronel Alling and Caleb Mason Alling both of Gastonia; her brothers, Jimmy Land and wife, Alice; Alan Fox and wife, Raquel, Charles Fox; her sisters, Pat Belk, Jacque Hollar and husband, Jerry, Victoria White, Carolyn Rufty and husband, Tim, and Phyllis Williams.

The family will have a memorial service at 11 a.m., Saturday, April 22, 2017 at Mt. Pisgah Lutheran Church.  Rev. Mike Stone will officiate.

The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to: Cancer Research at in memory of Sandra Fulton.

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Doreen Boarman
   Posted Wed April 19, 2017
Oh my dearest friend. How I will miss our talks. Donavon and family I am so very sorry for your loss and for my loss of my dear sweet friend. My thought and prayers are with you all.
Until we meet again my sweet friend. Our Lord is taking care of you. Love and prayers

Don and Donna McDaniel
   Posted Wed April 19, 2017
Our deepest sympathy to Sandras family. I always remember her as this beautiful little
Red haired toddler I played with when my family moved back to NC. She was a new cousin
To love. I will miss her. God bless

Karl Christie
   Posted Thu April 20, 2017
The passing of a loved one is painful, may the God of all Comfort easy the pain of your mourning heart. 2 Cor. 1:3,4

Frances Dorough
   Posted Sat April 22, 2017
Sandy has been a good and faithful servant of the Lord. May she rest in peace. She was very active in the United Methodist Church in Little Rock and served several years as president of the United Methodist Women. We always enjoyed her visits back to Little Rock. She served at our 50th Wedding anniversary in 2004 and her creative talents were much appreciated. She now is receiving the crown of life in heaven. May Donovan and her family be comforted in the wonderful life she has lived. Frances and Bill (recently deceased) Dorough

Frances Dorough
   Posted Sun April 23, 2017
Sandy has been in my prayers daily since learning of her cancer.  She was such a dear devoted member of Primrose United Methodist Church in Little Rock, AR and serving as President of the United Methodist Women for several years. She served at our 50th wedding anniversary and we appreciated her many and creative talents.  We loved seeing her every time she was able to return to visit at Primrose.  As a good and faithful servant of the Lord, she now receives the crown of life.  May Donovan and her family be comforted with this realization.  Frances and Bill (recently deceased) Dorough