Greg Fulton and Kristin Fulton passed away: Greg Fulton, of Salem, Massachusetts, an Afghanistan Veteran and a member of the United States Army died from a blood-borne illness in which he was infected while serving. Greg passed away on Wednesday, November 17, 2021, at about 2:30 am, seven months after his wife Kristin Fulton died, leaving behind their seven-month-old daughter Lenna, and their beloved families and friends.
Greg was a native of Brockton, Massachusetts, he attended Salem State College. He got married to his wife Kristin of Everett, Massachusetts, on May 7, 2007. Greg lost his wife Kristin, in April which was one week after she gave birth to their beloved daughter Lenna. Greg was a fighter, he fought through about fifteen surgeries over the years while he was still alive with his beautiful wife. Greg was an Afghanistan veteran and while serving he got a blood-borne illness. Greg didn’t pass in combat he passed away at 2:30 am on Wednesday morning. He is survived by his beloved family, his adorable daughter Lenna, and his wonderful friends. Greg died suddenly and unexpectedly but his memory, legacy, and services to his country and humanity will forever be remembered.
John Marchese shared posted on Facebook expressing his grief for the passing of Greg, the post read “RIP Greg Fulton. So sad for baby Lenna, but she has a HUGE Everett family who will always be by her side. Greg, I knew all about you a year before I even met you. There was never a conversation between me and Kristin where “that boy in my class” didn’t come up. Once we finally met at her birthday party at The Greatest Bar, I knew you weren’t going anywhere! I’ve never seen her so happy with a man in probably her whole dating life! If she felt that way about you, you obviously did something right! Please tell Kristin I love her and miss her very much. My condolences goes out to Greg’s mom, Gina Ciarlone Gina Ciarlone Bauer, Marianne, Robert, and the rest of Kristin and Greg’s family. So sad.”
Greg Fulton’s obituary will be organized by the family.
Photo Credit (PC) goes to Greg Fulton