Andrew Fulcer Obituary

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We are sad to announce that on May 19, 2022, at the age of 22, Andrew Fulcer (Huntley, Illinois) passed away. Leave a sympathy message to the family on the memorial page of Andrew Fulcer to pay them a last tribute.

He was predeceased by : his grandfather Harold Eurich; and his pet Gandolph. He is survived by : his parents, Mark Fulcer and Rebecca Fulcer; his sister McKenzie; his grandparents, Bill, Chris Fulcer and Gwen Eurich; his aunt Gael; his uncles, Jeff, Aaron and Matt; his girlfriend Mackenzie; and also Maeve.We recognize you are attempting to access this website from a country belonging to the European Economic Area (EEA) including the EU which enforces the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and therefore access cannot be granted at this time. For any issues, contact [email protected] or call 309-438-7685.

Dear Rebecca, Family, and Friends of Andrew. Words cannot express how very sorry I am to hear of your loss. You are all in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
We are so sorry your loss. We are constantly thinking of you in these difficult times. Trevor will always have fond memories of his teammate, friend, and fellow Green Bay Packer buddy. He will be missed by many. He will never be forgotten. Much love to you and your family.Rebecca and family, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I hope loving memories of Andrew will help you in this difficult time.Rebecca and family, my deepest condolences on the loss of Andrew. I have no words. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.Rebecca, I am heartbroken for you and for your family. Andrew sounds like a wonderful person who had an amazing impact on everyone he encountered. May his memory be a blessing to you and to everyone he knew.

My sincere condolences to your family and friends of Andrew. I met Andrew at Illinois State and he was a funny genuine guy. Thoughts and prayers to his loved ones.

Rebecca and family, I’m sorry for the unexpected loss of your beloved son and brother. My prayers and thoughts are with you. May God guide you to peace and understanding and give you the strength to endure this storm.
Rebecca, no words can express the pain that you are going through. I hope it brings you some comfort to know your work family at CAP is grieving with you. You are in my thoughts. Sending love and prayers. Rebecca, Mark & McKenzie, No words can heal your hearts. I was heaetbroken to hear about Andrew’s passing. He sounds like an amazing person. Your love for each other is evident and my family has kept you all in our prayers. Andrew Fulcer; one of the nicest young people I have ever come across in decades of coaching. A gifted soccer player, a very bright kid, yet humble; a consummate team player. A terrific athlete, but an even finer young man. I saw Andrew mature from a boy to a grown man. I can’t ever recall him being other than a positive influence; serious, committed, determined, disciplined, successful, well-behaved, cheerful, polite, respectful. A terrific peer role model. We should all have such a son. It’s impossible to imagine never being in his friendly oversized presence again. It’s tragic that just after completing college, Andrew won’t be able to pursue his career and lifetime goals and dreams. To Mark, Rebecca and McKenzie, mere words can’t convey the sorrow and pain you’re going through. May God grant you peace as we celebrate Andrew’s too short but impactful life. Know that you aren’t alone. My family’s thoughts and prayers are with you. Know also that I’ve spoken with many Heat United families since hearing about Andrew. Some I haven’t spoken with in years, but all are heartbroken with you and praying for you. Andrew is gone far too soon. He is deeply missed.Andrew was the kindest person you could meet. A leader, a man of character, and role model is who Andrew was. He always wanted the best for everyone including himself. Andrew was one of the first guys that I got to know in the fraternity, but more than the fraternity, he became my actual friend and someone I could turn to if I ever needed anything. Anytime I would see him around I wold talk to him for 5-10 minutes, but I could have talked to him more than that simply because he was so easy to talk to. I am truly going to miss him and I’ll never forget the talks we had especially about sports when we would see each other around. We didn’t hang out that much, but I truly cared about him and I know he cared about not just me, but everyone else. Andrew you will truly be missed and I know you want the best for everyone, so I am going to be the best version of myself because that’s all you want for others. The best PCP no doubt about it. Love you Fulcer, we miss you.

It’s with a heavy heart I offer my condolences to the Fulcer family and friends on behalf of the OCC. While my interactions with Andrew were brief, he left a lasting impression that contributed to the growing excitement of working with him. He spoke with passion and joy, expressed a desire to be great and exemplified the qualities any mother, father and sister would be proud of. Upon sharing the news with my team, for those he spoke with in the interim, they all expressed how kind, polite and respectful he was through their communications. I’ve replayed the interview in mind several times and the thing that stands out bright was his smile, and that picture has left footprints in the sand that can’t be washed away by the waves of time.
I’m so sorry for your family’s loss. I was absolutely shocked to hear of Andrew’s passing. I never got to meet adult Andrew and will always remember him as Kenzie’s little brother who was being goofy or saying hi as he passed by with a pair of cleats in hand as he got back from practice. I know Andrew was a wonderful brother and son. You won’t find someone whose day wasn’t brightened when he was around. He will be deeply missed by all those he impacted. I hope the Fulcer family finds comfort and peace during this time of grieving.

Andrew was a light no matter where he went. I was lucky enough to grow up with such amazing man, going to school with him Kindergarten-high school graduation. I will never forget all the fun we had as science partners in our medical academy classes! He could always make me laugh until my stomach hurt. My heart goes out to his family and each and every person who’s lives were touched in the way Andrew has touched my own. ❤️
Andrew was a great brother, role model, leader, friend and beautiful person. He brought many people to become better versions of themselves, and spread positivity like no other. He was a fantastic person.

Dear Rebecca and family, I can only imagine the grief you must feel over the loss of your beloved Andrew. I pray you will find comfort and strength in the love you have for each other and in all the wonderful memories of precious moments spent together. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.
Rebecca, my condolences and prayers to you and your family. May you find comfort and strength in God and each other to get through this difficult time.Fulcer. Or as I knew him Fulcertron 3000. Was the best of any of us. Someone that I looked up to even if we were the same age. A gentle giant who we all looked up to, someone who showed us that you can balance work and fun. Someone who I truly thought was better than I was, and inspired me to be better. My PCP. And my friend. Love you fulcer

Dear Rebecca and family, I’m so sorry to hear of Andrew’s passing. He sounds like a wonderful person full of energy and enthusiasm. You all are in my thoughts and prayers and my deepest condolences are with you. Rest In Peace Andrew you were one of the most genuine trustworthy man and a great brother. My prayers go out to the family and anyone who had the honor to know this great man. One of my favorite memory with Andrew is when a couple of the older guys from the fraternity played in a fantasy football league. Andrew told the group he was going to win all the money and win the league. No one in the league believed that he would, and being the fantasy football legend he is he won the money. I’ll miss playing fantasy football and giving Andrew a hard time about the Packers. May he forever rest and peace. To Andrew’s entire family, Our hearts are breaking for your loss of such a precious son, brother, grandson, and dear loved one. Our prayers are lifting you to our heavenly Father for the peace and comfort only he can provide at this sad time. May he wrap his arms around you.My heart and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. I know no words can make up for your loss, but know you are not alone during this time.

Rebecca, My condolences. Don’t have any words to express the feelings, but know that you and your family have been in my prayers, and will be in my prayers.One of the first people I met during my pledgeship for Sigma Pi. Andrew was someone that welcomed me and helped me find a home in the fraternity. Although we weren’t that close, It was obvious how much of a role model and leader he was that made all those around him into better versions of themselves. You will be missed Fulcer.

Andrew was a great person who inspired all of us around him. He was a good friend on mine who I knew would always give positive advice on life situations. He also showed me what a leader is and how to bring a team together to achieve a common goal. He will be missed by everyone because of his kindness that he always displayed. My PCP forever. Fly HighSending my deepest condolences! Words are hard at a time like this – sending healing prayers to family and friends. Blessings to all during this time or sorrow! May God wrap his arms tightly around Andrew and provide comfort to his family and loved ones.Knowing Andrew was an absolute pleasure. The pure joy in that man’s everyday life brought so much happiness to those around him. So many memories he created during his time at Illinois State. I met Andrew through Sigma Pi, where our ideals contained “develop character” and “promote scholarship” among many others. Andrew exemplified those and many other fraternity ideals and grew into the Illinois State University student government. He pushed brothers to do well in school and also learn something from the fraternity itself. I knew Andrew would continue on to do great things, and it saddens my heart that he didn’t get to show us how great he truly would be. My heart goes to his family in this difficult time.I was extremely saddened to receive the news of Andrew passing this week. Andrew was a dear friend of mine that I have so many memories with from my first year of college. He was a special person to be around and I always enjoyed his company. Andrew taught me how to be a leader and pushed me to do my best in school and in life. He will be deeply missed and never forgotten by the people he impacted during his lifetime

Rebecca, I am so sorry for your loss. My condolences to you and your family. May you find comfort in your memories of Andrew and knowing the joy he brought to everyone around him. Your friends and family are here for you – lean on them for support during this difficult time.
So sorry to hear of this news, Rebecca. We will include Andrew and the family in our prayers. Our heart hurts for you all. May his beautiful memories with you and the love and prayers of friends and family comfort you during these difficult times.Our hearts are broken and our love & prayers are with all Andrew’s loved ones. We love the Fulcers and we will always remember Andrew’s thoughtfulness, determination and beautiful wise soul.