Melody Jo Fulk

April 10, 1956 ‒ September 06, 2006

Johnsville, Ohio

JOHNSVILLE: Melody Jo Fulk, 50, of County Road 80, Fredericktown, died Wednesday, September 6, 2006 in her home following a long illness.

She was born April 10, 1956 in Mt. Gilead to Gaylon D. and Clara M. (Bird) Landaker, and was graduated from Northmor High School in 1974. Melody also attended the Dental Assisting Career Academy in Columbus.

She worked in Surgery Registration at MedCentral Health System.

A lifelong area resident, Melody attended Heartland Alliance Church, at the North Woodbury Campus and enjoyed preparing meals for church benefits. She also was a partner with Joyce Meyer Ministries.

Melody enjoyed working outside around the house especially in her vegetable and flower gardens. She also was a talented pianist, but most of all Melody cared for her family. She wove herself into their daily lives, offering sincere help and concern whenever one of them called upon her.

She is survived by her loving husband Randall A. Fulk, whom she married May 5, 2001, a daughter Natalie M. DeSelms and a son Nickolaus P. DeSelms both of Cardington, two stepdaughters and their husbands Laurie Beth and Jeff Keller of Lexington and Tiffany Lynn and Kenneth Wuertz of Cardington; two grandchildren Kaitlin and Adrian Wuertz, her mother Clara M. Landaker of Johnsville; two brothers and sisters-in-law Dennis and Lana Landaker and Keith and Shelia Landaker all of Johnsville: a sister and brother-in-law Beth and Gary Rose of Swanton; and several nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her father Gaylon D. Landaker and a sister Nancy Gay Flowers.

Friends may call this evening, Friday, September 8, 2006 from 5-8 pm in the Lexington Avenue Snyder Funeral Home. The worship service, giving Glory to God will be held Saturday at 10:30 am, in Heartland Alliance Church, North Woodbury Campus, 6385 State Route 314, North Woodbury. Pastor Brian Durbin will officiate. Interment will be in Shauck Cemetery.

Memorial contributions to the Melody Jo Fulk Memorial Fund or Heartland Alliance Church may be made at the funeral home.