Dolly May Fulbright 79 of Lewistown died early Friday morning August 9th, 2013 in a Lewistown nursing home of natural causes. She was born January 16, 1934 in Winnett, MT the daughter of Edgar E. and Ruby Jane (Fairbairn) Beebe.
She received her schooling in Winnett and Lewistown. In 1953 she was united in marriage to Kenneth Fulbright in Lewistown. She was a stay at home mother raising her children and helping others. They later divorced and she moved to Great Falls for a few years then returned to Lewistown. She lived at the Meadows and was always helping her neighbors, running errands, picking up the mail and also worked at the Food Bank. She moved to the Villa and into Valle Vista Manor in April of this year.
Dolly had a very giving heart willing to help anyone in need. Through her years she took pride in her large gardens and beautiful flowers. She enjoyed reading, doing word books, cooking, visiting with her numerous friends and most of all her grandchildren.
She was a loving mother and she was loved and will be greatly missed. “Mom, we love you and miss you.”
She is survived by her children Cindy Lou Fulbright in Colorado, Kristee L. (Larry) McCord of Moore, MT,
Rodney W. Fulbright of Missoula, MT, Russell W. Fulbright of Great Falls, MT, Linda Ann Brown,
Scott W. Fulbright and Raymond R. Fulbright all of Lewistown, MT; one brother John Beebe of Lewistown, MT; one half sister Mary Ann Ulrich of Lewistown, MT; 13 grandchildren, 34 great grandchildren and
numerous nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, 3 sisters, 1 brother and her ex-husband Kenneth.
Private Inurnment will be in the Lewistown City Cemetery, cremation has taken place at
her request. The Perkins Funeral Home & Cremation Service is assisting the family.
Friends are asked to make memorials to the charity of their choice and they may be left
with the Perkins Funeral Home, PO Box 313 Harlowton, MT 59036.
Her family would like to express their sincere thanks to the special staff that cared and assisted Dolly
during her stay at the Villa Assisted Living and Valle Vista Manor. Many thanks to Dr. Kohler and his
staff for their many years of watching over Mom.