Condolences for Craig Scott “Whale” Fullerton

Denise Fromhart posted on 4/22/21

So sorry for your loss. Craig was a good man. We will miss him driving down the street in his wheelchair. Prayers to your family


Judy Seabright posted on 4/22/21

Our deepest sympathy on your loss. Our hearts and prayers are with you. Judy Seabright & family


Lee Ann (Murphy) Wilmot posted on 4/22/21

Connie, I am very sorry for your loss. I pray that God gives you comfort during this difficult time.


Barbara smith posted on 4/20/21

I had the pleasure of meeting Craig , at city cafe where I worked . I called him tank . He was a great man , always treated me with a good joke . I so enjoyed him . He always was a respected man he talked about his garden his grandchild and how much he loved his wife . He was a joy to chat to .


Rod Wayt posted on 4/19/21

Craig was one of my very best friends growing up. We hung out at the East End every day. He lived across the alley from me so he was always at my house. His mom was our cub scout leader and his dad was our boy scout leader. I was privileged to be his best man at his wedding. My condolences to Connie and her family. I will miss him greatly.


Jay W. Knapp posted on 4/19/21

While I haven't seen Craig much through the years, I'll always remember our youngers days playing at East End along with Hank, Frannie, Rod, Kysor, the Campbells and a EEDA cast of others. He wasn't know as WHALE then, but "MILTON" after the lovable 60's cartoon character Milton the Monster. Among my memories of Craig was his attendance at a JERRY WEST basketball camp and his bragging about blocking "the LOGO's" shot (before Jerry even was the LOGO) and in a Colt League baseball game throwing a ball over the backstop from right field just because he wanted to see if he could do it. My thoughts and sympathy go out to all of Craig's family and many friends. Thanks for the memories, MILTON, our childhood gentle giant.


Denice and Sam Bee posted on 4/19/21

Connie and Wendy, We are sorry for your loss and send you both our condolences.


Courtnay Keller posted on 4/19/21

Connie and Wendy, I am so sorry for your loss. I remember spending a lot of time at your house when Wendy and I were kids and he was such a great guy! Sending prayers your way. Courtnay (Snezik) Keller