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Aaron James Fultz

Aaron Fultz

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Aaron James Fultz, 39, of Enola, PA passed away Tuesday, February 2, 2021. He was born in Harrisburg, PA on July 28, 1981, son of Alma L. (Walters) and the late Larry Eugene Fultz.

Aaron is survived by his son Colton of Middletown; his mother Alma Louise of Hummelstown; his step-mother, Florence Fultz of Enola; his uncles, Donald Walters of Dauphin and Bradley Walters (Kay) of Dillsburg; his aunts, Nancy Knol of Maryland and Jean Mundis of Enola; and numerous cousins and friends.

Aaron was a diehard Flyers fan but loved all his Philly teams. He was also a big fan of Nascar, Halloween, and all things Horror.

A visitation will be held at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church at 3700 Rutherford St, Harrisburg, PA 17111 on Wednesday, February 10, 2021 from 1 to 2 PM. A memorial service will be held at the church immediately following. The service at the church will be livestreamed through Good Shepherd Paxtang’s Facebook page.

Interment will be in Stone Church Cemetery on Wertzville Rd. in Enola, PA.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made toward his memorial marker.

The Sullivan Funeral Home is honored to serve the Fultz family.





8 comments on “Aaron James Fultz”

  1. I often think about Aaron when I think of Ryan.They were such close friends (like brothers) and spent many great times together at our home. Aaron was alway kind and mannerly. He Messenged me often about the deep pain he suffered losing Ryan. We shared that alonizing pain. I do miss Aaron and wish he and Ryan were still here with us. God be with both of them.

  2. My thoughts and prayers are with Aaron’s Family. I knew Aaron as a middle school student and a soccer player at EP. Aaron had a great smile and personality. My son and Aaron played on the same youth and school soccer teams.
    Good Bless!
    Stephen A. Andrejack, D. Ed.

  3. This life is just the beginning. The next will be forever. God loves us all. Rest in peace.
    Tony and Sharon

  4. We are deeply saddened by the news of your loss. Praying that God will grant you the strength. Our most sincere condolences.

  5. Dear Alma
    I am so sorry to hear of Aaron’s passing. You and your family are in my prayers. May Aaron Rest In Peace.

    Bobby Snyder
    Camp Hill, PA

  6. Aaron and I go way back from middle school. Some of our old memories would be hanging out at the Harrisburg Heat game while my Grandfather televised the games, and skating at Olympic Skating Rink nearly every weekend. We had a closer friendship then most may have realized. He would call me about any random topic on his mind. We laughed, cried, had random silly moments, had a love for animals, reminisced about fun times with friends, especially Ryan Knaby. We were both connected on a deeper level with Knaby being our best friend too. As, I know he had some trouble heath wise, it’s sad to see his life end way too soon. He loved his Mother Alma, Cousin Kimmy, his Son Colton, and dog CoCo deeply. There were special friends that he held close to his heart too. I’m fortunate to be a part of his life, and the memories will never fade. I still hear his laugh, and it makes me laugh and tear up at the same time. There comes a time in life, where you loose the ones you love and least expect to go that soon.
    Keeping his smile, hockey loving, sarcastic wise guy attitude alive in your memories. That’ll make you smile and laugh back. Rest in peace, my dear friend, I will always love you. Our memories last a lifetime, like our friendship. Aaron, watch out for your loved ones, as they may need a reminder you’re still near them in spirit. God bless you, and my deepest sympathy goes out to Alma, family, and friends.

  7. I hope your at peace. We had good times watching the outlaws and just talking I will miss you. And miss all your joy you had with your horror creations.

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