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Nathan Fultz

July 7, 1969 November 9, 2019
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Nathan Fultz (age 50) of Bentonville, AR passed away suddenly in the early morning hours of November 9, 2019. Nathan was a larger-than-life man with an unforgettable, infectious laugh and a gift for generosity. He is forever helping his friends and family and has a true talent for friendship. He is unparalleled at joking and teasing, but equally able to listen, encourage and just show up for those in need.
Nathan was born in San Jose, CA on July 7, 1969 to the late Carson Fultz and Rachel Fultz (Moss). The youngest of five children, Nathan grew up in the Central Valley of California with his older sisters and brothers, Julie, Shelly, Dennis and Kenneth. He was the spoiled baby of the family (and you can bet he abused that fact) yet he was lovable enough to get away with it. He had lots of stories about good times throughout his teen and young adult years with best friends Larry and Dave and usually Dennis too. You would not believe some of their antics! He graduated in 1987 from Downey High in Modesto, CA . He worked various jobs before owning his own painting business with Dennis and Carson.
In 1996 Nathan moved to Northwest AR along with several family members including Mom and Dad. He received his Associates Degree in 1998 from Northwest Technical Institute as valedictorian and became a network administrator. In June of 2000 Nathan took a six-week leave of absence to go on an archaeological dig in Israel. That’s where he met Alicia (Pujat) of New Jersey. They became engaged that October and married March 18, 2001. The honeymoon years – all eight of them – were pretty fun! Nathan left the computing field and worked as an analyst and a sales manager – at the same time building the couples’ various homes and helping brother Dennis and his Dad build their homes as well.
In 2009 they added a daughter Jocelyn to the Fultz clan, followed by Jessica in 2011, Jayne in 2014 and Carson in 2017. Nathan and Alicia and all the extended family taught their daughters and son how to have a blast making and eating the famous “Fultz family tacos” and ending most gatherings with toasts “To the Kingdom!” He was a fun-loving, affectionate dad who loved to spend time laughing with his kids, camping and making bonfires, watching movies and taking them “to town” for candy and toys. He absolutely rejoiced over his children and every single one of them was his “best buddy.” His nieces and nephews adore their Uncle Nathan and his sense of fun. All his brothers and sisters in-law endured incessant teasing – one of the many ways he showed love. He built people up, but he challenged them to and we are better for it.
Most of all, Nathan was passionately devoted to God, letting his desire to please Him drive every aspect of his life. He was an ordained deacon in the Church of God, a Worldwide Association, with a reputation for service. An often repeated saying of his was “You can’t out-give God,” and generosity was a core value he lived by. He set the most incredible example of honoring his father and mother – always mowing their lawn and fixing up their home and caring for them in sickness. He served his wife and family diligently and was so protective of them. He and Alicia were truly a team in all things. She is so proud of her charismatic, handsome husband.
Nathan is survived by his wife Alicia, his mother Rachel, his four children, his four siblings, their families and hundreds of heart-broken friends. He was recently preceded in death by his beloved father Carson Fultz.
Visitation is 6:00-7:30 on November 14 at Benton County Funeral Home, 206 N. 4th Street in Rogers. Small graveside service at Gobbler Cemetery on November 15. All are invited to Memorial Service at Hope Church, 1700 Moberly Lane, November 16, 5:00 pm.

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6:00 PM 11/14/2019 6:00:00 PM - 7:30 PM 11/14/2019 7:30:00 PM
Benton County Funeral Home

306 N. 4th Street
Rogers, AR 72756

Small Graveside at Gobbler Cemetery Memorial Service 5:00 p.m. Saturday November 16, 2019 at Hope Church in Bentonville, Ar.

Benton County Funeral Home
306 N. 4th Street Rogers 72756 AR
United States

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