Melody Kay Fulton

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Melody K. Fowler-Fulton here by extends to you her new address on the avenue of Blessedness, in a city
called Beautiful in the state of Eternal Rest and Peace.

Melody was born in Columbus, Ohio on March 6, 1960, the third oldest child to Clarence Fowler Jr and
Mary Louise Fowler. On 07/05/22, at the age of 62, God in his infinite wisdom decided it was best to call
his beloved child home.

Melody was a graduate of Whetstone High School. Melody then spent time studying at Franklin
University after which she became employed at Mount Carmel Health, Check-Free and then the National
Board, where she remained until she retired in 2014.

In 1986, Melody was united in marriage to Karlos K. Fulton for 18 years, and together, they share two
beautiful daughters. Melody had a loving smile, a caring spirit, and a light-hearted laugh. Melody enjoyed a good game of
spades, reading, crocheting, enjoying nature while walking and spending time with her two daughters
and three grandchildren.

Melody accepted Christ at a young age at Maynard Missionary Baptist Church. Later in life she joined
and attended New Covenant Believers Church. Most recently she served Christ while being a member of
Vineyard in Westerville, Ohio.

Melody was preceded in death by her maternal and paternal grandparents, her father (Clarence), her
mother (Mary), and her brother Jack E. Fowler.

Melody leaves to mourn her passing, her daughters Tiara Green (Justin), Tamika Fulton; grandchildren
Ayanna Green, Aniyah Green and Noelle Morrison; Brothers Clarence Fowler III, Mark Fowler; Sisters
Vanessa Fowler and Kim Fowler; as well as a multitude of uncles, aunts, cousins, nieces, nephews,
friends and past co-workers.

Visitation 1:00 PM and Memorial Service 2:00 PM Wednesday, July 13, 2022 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave. (one block east of Noe Bixby, turn North on Lonsdale Rd).

Please keep the family in your prayers as they write Melody’s obituary.

Condolence Messages

  1. Rodney Jamison

    May the Good Lord carry your family through these times she was a angel

  2. May God bless & keep you all. Hold on to each other and keep your family close.


  3. Jacqueline D Washington

    I will miss Melody. But I will remember the good memories we had. Rest easy friend.

  4. Keith A Jordan

    Dear family so sorry for the lost of my cousin Melody and your sister. We all are going to miss her dearly and family she is feeling no pain and is just resting. Death one day will be a thing of the past. Take care of each other. Keith and Demetra Jordan.

  5. Cedric Galloway

    I would like give you guy my condolences and I’m praying for your family. We all go a long ways back as familyand friends. I’m sorry I will miss the funeral but I just found out today and again you have my condolences And Vanessa I’m praying for us all. Life is short. Love Cedric Galloway

  6. Gloria D Phelps

    While there is no way to feel your pain, we do feel your loss. Peace and love to you and your family during this sorrowful time.
    Phelps and Dumas family

  7. Mrs.Paulette Smith ,creole kitchen restaurant

    Gm on behalf of Smith/Creole kitchen restaurant,we give our condolences to Fulton,Fowler111 families,

  8. My prayers are with the family.
    No words can help your pain right now but there’s ONE that can and that’s our Lord and Savior. Know He cares and He’s right there with you , right now, holding you and He will never leave you.
    Trust Him He’s able.

  9. Michael Barnes

    My Condolences and prayers go out to the family
    Sorry to hear of your loss of a beautiful kind lady
    Always so pleasant Melody always had a smile that would brighten the day
    Rest well Melody

  10. Stephanie & Scott Conkey

    We’re so sorry for your loss. Melody was a great friend, great neighbor and we loved her to pieces! We will miss you Melody!

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