Nancy Jean Fulmer, a former TWA flight attendant who belonged to the Redlands Country Club for 40 years, died on Oct. 23, 2019, after a prolonged battle with cancer five days before her 87th birthday.
Born Oct. 28, 1932, in Amherst, New Hampshire, to John and Gertrude Short of Rochester, New York.
After growing up in Rochester, she attended Syracuse University. Upon graduation, she went to work for TWA, where she met her husband, airline pilot Lt. Col. William Earl Fulmer. They were married on Oct. 29, 1955.
Bill Fulmer’s career in the U.S. Air Force took them around the country and to Okinawa, Japan, where two of their children were born.
In 1977, they moved to Redlands, where Nancy sold real estate, and joined Lois Lauer’s company.
She was preceded in death by her husband, daughter Linda, granddaughters Lacey and Sara, and her brother Howard. She is survived by her brother Tom; two daughters, Susan Lynch of Dorset, Vermont, and Tracey Fulmer of Amherst; son Jack of Glendale; and grandchildren Charlie, David, Kevin, Ruby and Jude.
Interment will be in Amherst. Donations to the Redlands Humane Society are suggested.