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Henry Schwenk Fulmer, Jr.

October 31, 1933 — March 6, 2024

Evergreen, Colorado


Henry Schwenk Fulmer, Jr., age 90, of Conifer, CO, passed away on March 6th, 2024, at the Evergreen Life Center, Evergreen CO. He was born on October 31, 1933. Henry was predeceased by his parents, Henry Stanton Fulmer, Sr., and Martha Schwenk, his first wife, Glenna (Schultz) and his brothers Frank Fulmer and Norman Fulmer. He is survived by his wife, Connie Fleisher Fulmer of Conifer, CO; Clarence Fulmer (brother) and Jackie (spouse), Kevin (nephew), Brenda Lane (niece), and Glenn (nephew); Edie Fulmer (sister-in law), Stacey (niece) and Mark (nephew); Nancy Kramer (sister) and Randy Boyer (prior brother-in-law), Brad Boyer (nephew), Keith Boyer (nephew), and Andrea Fretz (niece); Jeffrey Fulmer (son) and Christine (spouse), Jedidiah (grandson) and Chloe (spouse), Sierrah Hawkins (granddaughter) and Josh (spouse), and Noah (grandson); Kathy Jo Therriault (daughter) and Cary (spouse), JonHenry (grandson) and Marissa (granddaughter); Sharon Storey (daughter), and Luke Storey (grandson); Cathy and Terry Depew (sister-in-law and brother-in law) and Benjamin Depew (step-nephew); Jennifer Wise (stepdaughter) and Howard O’Hara (spouse), and Harrison O’Hara (step-grandson). 

 Henry enlisted in the Army in 1953 and served for two years before he started work as a produce manager for ACME Supermarkets. He was the owner of the Bows’n’Arrows archery shop in Boyertown, PA. Henry was the first Honorary Lifetime Member (1965) of the Popodickon Bowman of Boyertown PA. He was also a member of the Juniata County Archers Club. He then became a Manufacturer’s Sales Representative in the Archery Industry for Bear Archery and Sherwood Schoch Associates. He also started a bowstring manufacturing business—Triple Trophy Bowstrings—with Russ Storm bow string machines, which included a Flemish-Splice machine that produced a string called the Double Toughy. Henry loved hosting Camp Paw-Paw Invitationals in Colorado for his children and grandchildren for various archery shooting events (backyard target practice and outdoor range shooting) and summer meals on the BBQ. And cake! His hobbies were hunting, reading mysteries, and sitting on the patio in the sunshine with his many puppy dogs. A Celebration of  Henry Fulmer’s Life will be held in July at his home in Conifer, CO and in Juniata County, PA in the fall.



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