James Allen Fulcher, 34, of Arvada, passed away unexpectedly on July 12, 2017 from an asthma attack.
He was born May 3, 1983 in Richland, Washington, the son of Jeffrey Fulcher and Julie McFall.
He was a graduate of Standley Lake High School.
When Jimmy was younger, he was involved with Cub Scouts and Little League. He had a dead-ringer arm from home plate to second base. More recently, James was a member of Flat Irons Church and he was the ultimate Seahawks Fan.
James' passion was fishing. He created many memories on the water with his #1 fishing buddy, his brother John, along with sister-in-law Megan, his father, both grandfathers, and cousins. He radiated the most joy sharing his passion for fishing with his boys, Landon, Joey, Evan and Brayden. Being in the outdoors in general, whether it was fishing, snowboarding, or on his ladder at work, always made him happy. He never missed a Seattle Seahawks game or the chance to talk about them in the off-season and talk smack about them with Broncos fans. A highlight for our family was the opportunity to go to the Super Bowl on a trip that included James, his brother John, Aunt Kara, mother Julie, Grandma Sharon and sister-in-law Megan.
James had the special gift of seeing the good in people. He met people where they were at and never hesitated to lend them a helping hand. Because of James, his family was blessed to meet many kind and wonderful people.
James is survived by his mother, Julie McFall; father, Jeffrey Fulcher; brother, John (Megan) Fulcher; sister, Jessica (Kim ) Uihlein; four sons, Landon Fulcher, Joseph Fulcher, Evan Fulcher and Brayden Fulcher; two nieces, Madison Fulcher and Delaney Fulcher; Nephew, Hunter Fulcher; two grandmothers, Gloria Fulcher and Sharon Claughton; grandfather, James McFall; Three Aunts, Kara McFall, Deanna Weaver and Karen Barnes; Four Uncles, Michael McFall, Nod McFall, Matthew McFall and Scott (Heidi) Fulcher; Six Cousins, Tony McFall, Melissa Weaver, Jennifer Reed, Kristin Dykes, Andrew Fulcher and John Brittain; wonderful mother to his two children, Evan and Brayden, and the woman who brought so much joy and love into his life, Johanna Jungbauer; wonderful mother to Landon and Joseph, who is loved and respected very much by our family, Victoria Chalkey and many extended family members and friends.
He is preceded in death by grandfather, Clarence Fulcher.
Memorial contributions may be made In lieu of flowers. The family has established a gofundme account in order to help offset James' four son's expenses as they grow. Please visit https://www.gofundme.com/james-fulchers-legacy-to-his-4sons. Contributions may also be made in James' name to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America at https://community.aafa.org. (Please copy and paste the link into your browser.)
The family will have a private graveside service for James. All are invited to attend the Celebration of Life at Faversham Park in Westminster on July 20, 2017 from 11am - 1pm.
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