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Dorothy Gene Tomlins Fulton
Dorothy Gene Tomlins Fulton of Oklahoma City, OK passed away on Friday, April 17, 2015. She was 66 years of age. Dottie was born in Tulsa, OK on April 18, 1948 to Richard Eugene Tomlins and Mildred Lucille Cornett Tomlins. She is preceded in death by her beloved husband, David Fulton and her parents.
Dottie was a creative and talented person. She was a gifted florist and excelled with arts and crafts. She enjoyed gourmet cooking as well as collecting and sharing recipes. Dottie was also a huge OKC Thunder Basketball and OU Sooner Football fan.
Dottie is survived by her two sons Jason Carroll Steiner of Oklahoma City, OK and Scott Anthony Steiner and his wife Carrie Williams Steiner of Oklahoma City, OK and step-daughter Tabitha Ernst and her husband Joshua Ernst of Oklahoma City, OK; her sister Marcia Wilson of Plano, TX and her two brothers Chris Tomlins of Norman, OK and Paul Tomlins and his wife Caroline Tomlins of Edmond, OK.
Dottie is also survived by her nieces and nephew: Malinda, Michele, Marlene, Jenny, Libby, Trevor, Shay, Katie and Whitney as well as several great nieces and great nephews and her beloved pets Ellie Mae and Smokey.
Family and Friends are welcome to gather on Saturday, April 25, 2015 from Noon until 5 pm at 4208 NW 17th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73107.
Patty Gail Patten says
i was so sorry to hear about Dottie’s death. She was s friend in high school and we reconnected about 4 yrs ago. We have been doing dinners and sharing our lives. I will miss her my prayers and thoughts are with you all.
Jerry Morrison says
Very sad to hear about Dottie’s death…. wonderful person, always a smile on her face… great friend in HS… very special thoughts about her…. very sad to see her leave this earth so young…. thoughts and prayers with her family….
Victorine Faye says
My sincere condolences. May our almighty Father welcome her to heaven. May she sings with the Angels while watching over her beloved ones.
Lyndsey Guajardo says
My thoughts and prayers are with you all. God Bless.
Sherri Fina says
So sad to hear of Dottie’s passing. Her family will be in my prayers!
Laurie Knight Shipley says
Rest in peace my sweet friend. I have know Dottie since the Terry days. My husband worked with her at willow walk apts. Dottie and I became fast friends. Always a smile on her face and a comforting hug. She was my counselor when I divorced and my go to when my mother got melanoma cancer. She never met a stranger. Always feeding me. Our stories go on for years. Unfortunately we lost contact through the years but were fortunate to be reconnected through “social media.” It was as if time had stood still. My God bless her family and help you find peace and understanding. Dottie…. I love and miss you! I will see you soon.
Michael Weisman says
To the family of Dottie. I cannot imagine how deep your sorrow is at this writing. Dottie and I met while she was in High School and I was in my second year at OSU. We dated for some time and only just reconnected via Facebook. We had only been corresponding for a few months, but it seemed like a time warp in how quickly we opened up to each other. I will always remember her bright smile and self assured manner. The pain you feel at her passing, while it seems unbearable, will diminish, and be replaced by all the laughter and great times you all had together. Heaven is a better place now thanks to her arrival. Rest in peace sweet Dottie. Michael
Harold Kelly says
Dottie you will be greatly missed. Even though we lost contact for several years, it was great to visit with you at our 45th class reunion. Rest In Peace Dottie. Harold
Larisa Valdez and family says
Our deepest condolences, may you and your family find the strength, comfort and healing in this time of need. God Bless.