Mildred Main Fulks ’35, 102, went to be with her Lord July 23, 2019 in Aylett, Virginia. Mildred was born in Kingston, New York to Charles and Mabel Main. She attended Allegheny High School and Chesbrough Seminary, (now Roberts Wesleyan College) in North Chili, New York.
She was married to McKendree Garrett Fulks in 1936. They soon made their home in Laytonsville, MD, and became involved in farming and business. Besides raising four children, Mildred was active in the Rockville Free Methodist Church. She was a Sunday School teacher and organist for over sixty years. She also used her beautiful soprano voice to sing solos. Mildred’s hospitality is legendary. She was a wonderful hostess and an excellent cook. Her family was blessed to have her love, care, and prayers for them. Mildred was the first Free Methodist woman to serve on the Board of Trustees at Roberts Wesleyan College. In 2007 she received an honorary Certificate of Letters for her work as a Trustee.
Mildred was preceded in death by her parents, Charles and Mabel Main, her husband, McKendree Fulks, and her brothers, Charles and Richard Main. Mildred is survived by her son, McKendree Riley Fulks (Judy) of Fredericksburg, VA, son, Charles Byron Fulks (Dottie) of Falling Waters, WV, son, John Dale Fulks (Linda) of Aylett, VA, and daughter, Linda Ann Moore of Fredericksburg, VA. She is also survived by 13 grandchildren, 35 great-grandchildren, and 10 great-great-grandchildren.