Carolyn Adell Fultz
Date of Birth:  February 27, 1926
Date of Death:  October 19, 2019

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  • St. Mary's Church  
  • 108 Duke of Gloucester St., Annapolis, MD 21401     View Map
  • Saturday, November 16, 2019   9:00 a.m.
  • Private  
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  • Carolyn Adell (Markiewicz) Fultz, 93, passed away in Annapolis, Maryland on October 19, 2019 after a short illness.

    Carolyn was the daughter of Michael E. Markiewicz and Eleanor A. (Sadowski) Markiewicz and was born in Baltimore on February 27, 1926. Carolyn was raised in the Polish community of Baltimore as part of the third generation of her Polish family. Carolyn’s father, Michael Markiewicz, was a photographer for the Catholic Review. As a little girl, Carolyn, her brother, Leonard, and sister, Alma, accompanied their father to Manresa, a Catholic retreat on the Severn River in Annapolis. Carolyn’s father photographed priests who were attending the retreat. Carolyn spoke of playing on the great marble steps with her brother and sister until the priests lined up there for their official photographs. Carolyn’s father’s photographs of the priests are currently displayed at Manresa where Carolyn lived in what is now the assisted living community of Atria Manresa.

    Carolyn married William Bryan Fultz, a merchant marine, and lived in Fells Point in Baltimore. Carolyn worked in customer service at Sears and Roebuck. After William’s retirement from the Merchant Marines, Carolyn enjoyed boating with her husband on the Chesapeake Bay and ballroom dancing. She took great care in decorating and maintaining her home.

    Carolyn and William lived many years in Baltimore County and eventually moved to Annapolis in the early nineties where they were members of St. Mary’s Church. William served as an usher, and they enjoyed being part of a group for St. Marys couples as they joined a new community.

    Carolyn is survived by her son, Michael William Fultz, and his wife Christine (Bonfoey) Fultz, grandchildren, Holly Cross and Bryan Fultz and wife Melissa (Hayden) Fultz, and great grand children Clay Cross, Tate Kesner, Hayden Kesner, and Bella Fultz.

    A memorial service will be held at St. Mary’s Church on November 16, 2019 at 9AM, 109 Duke of Gloucester Street, Annapolis, Maryland.