from the Hazleton Standard-Speaker, Monday, December 3, 1990
"Elizabeth R. Fultz"
Elizabeth R. Fultz, 74, who formerly had resided at 333 W. Broad St.,
Hazleton, died early Sunday morning at the Green Valley Gardens II, Drums,
where she had resided the past month. Her illness had been prolonged. Born
in Hazleton, March 1, 1916, she was the daughter of the late Harry and Mary
(Campbell) Henderschedt and had resided in Hazleton most of her life. Prior
to retiring some years ago she had been employed for 25 years at the F.W.
Woolworth Store on Broad Street in Hazleton. She was a member of Christ
Lutheran Church, Hazleton. Preceding her in death in addition to her
parents was a sister, Mrs. Mary Fisher, in 1971. Surviving are her husband,
James Fultz, to whom she was married 30 years; and two nephews. She was the
last survivor of her immediate family. The funeral will be held from the
Krapf and Hughes Funeral Home Inc., 426 W. Broad St., on Wednesday at 10:30
am. The Rev. Stanley R. Trout, pastor of Christ Lutheran Church, will
officiate. Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery, West Hazleton.
Friends may call Tuesday from 7 to 9 pm at the funeral home. Arrangements
are by John J. Peters, funeral director.
The funeral of Elizabeth R. Fultz, a former Hazleton resident, who had
resided at the Green Valley Gardens II, Drums, and who died at the facility
early Sunday morning, was held Wednesday from the Krapf and Hughes Funeral
Home Inc., Hazleton. The Rev. Stanley R. Trout, pastor of Christ Lutheran
Church, Hazleton, officiated. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery,
West Hazleton. Pallbearers were James W. Fisher and Robert J. Fisher,
nephews; James R. Fisher, Justin Fisher, William Fisher, and Jack Beltz.
Arrangements were by John J. Peters, funeral director.