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JONATHAN “JON” CARLISLE FULMER

Jonathan “Jon” Carlisle Fulmer, 51, of Beaufort, South Carolina and husband of Debra “Deb” Renay Davidson Fulmer, died Saturday morning, September 24, 2022, in Beaufort, South Carolina.

Born in Charleston, South Carolina, he was a son of Robert “Bob” Wayne Sellars and Katrina “Trina” Ann Carroll Sellars. Jon was a member of The Baptist Church of Beaufort. He graduated from Columbia Academy in Columbia, Tennessee. Jon earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Tri-County Technical College and his Master’s of Business Administration from North Greenville University. He was the General Manager of Olde Beaufort Golf Club. Jon was a promoter and expert at rebuilding and customizing trucks and cars for events and shared his passion with his son, Logan. His greatest love was his family. Jon had a magnetic personality and was truly a people person.

Survivors include his wife, Debra “Deb” Renay Davidson Fulmer; his son, Jonathan Logan Fulmer; his parents, Robert “Bob” Wayne Sellars and Katrina “Trina” Ann Carroll Sellars, and his fur babies, Donut, Spazzie, Happy and Charlie.

The graveside service will be held at 1 o’clock on Saturday afternoon, October 8, 2022, in Woodlawn Memorial Park – 1 Pine Knoll Drive in Greenville, South Carolina, conducted by the Reverend Dr. Jim Wooten and the Reverend S. Martin Atkins.

A Celebration of Life in Beaufort for Jon will be announced at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials be made to Alzheimer’s Family Services of Greater Beaufort – Post Office Box 1514, Beaufort, South Carolina 29901.

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  1. Hazen and Jane Culley says:

    Our thoughts, prayers and condolences are with you at this difficult time. Jon was a really nice guy and will be missed. RIP

  2. Heather Chabot says:

    We are steadily thinking of his wife, Debbie and his parents, Ms. Trina and Mr. Bob. Prayers for this healing process and we are here if you ever need anything at all.

  3. Jackie and Meredith says:

    I have no words to console your heart. For you Deb and Logan, the only thing I can say is “day by day” and believe that each day will be better. .Prayer daily for you and your family Deb.
    Take care, will see you soon.

  4. Karen M Cummins says:

    My prayers and heartfelt condolences.

  5. Scotty Dudley says:

    Thoughts and prayers to your family.
    Darlene and I enjoyed John.

  6. Bob and Sandra Gillis says:

    Our heartfelt thoughts go out to your family at this time! Words fail us to express our deep sorrow for your loss! Be at peace, the Lord be with you

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