Khalil T. Fulton
Sunset: September 2, 2020
Khalil Te’joure Fulton who is affectionately known as “K-Buck”. Born on December 04, 2001. God dispatched his angels and Khalil answered to his call on September 02, 2020. Khalil attended the public schools of FCSD 3 and is an alumnus of Lake City High School. (Class of 2020) He was involved in various sports such as wrestling, basketball, track, and as most know football was his passion. He was living out his dream of making it to the NFL.
Upon graduating high school Khalil was afforded the opportunity and offered a full scholarship to continue his dream of playing football. Khalil accepted the offer and began his career at Independence Community College located in Independence, Kansas.
“Khalil was named All Region and All State Player. He was selected as All Zone Man for WPDE and State Champion Runner Up in wrestling. Khalil was a joy to coach and a hard worker. He had an awesome athletic career.” -Coach Baker (Lake City High School)
“Khalil adopted INDY’S “Four Quarter Philosophy” and made a huge impact on as well as off the field; including the community. The coaches saw his potential to play D1 and his determination to be great. In such a short period of time, Khalil became a huge asset to our INDY football family.” – Coach Harris (Independence Community College)
Khalil leaves to cherish his memories: a dear and loving mother, Ms. Valarie Fulton and stepfather, Mr. Charles Williams of the home; three loving sisters: Z’laia and Zoei Williams of the home, Zenzele Fulton of Raleigh, NC; a dedicated brother, Ja’Caurey Fulton of Johnsonville, SC; and one very special nephew, whom he loved DEARLY, Camren J. Fulton his “Mini Me” of Lake City, SC; two god brothers Graysen Bruce and Kentrell Brown, two god sisters Raelyn Green and Arian Carter; two loving grandparents, Mr. Gillie (Elease) Fulton of Johnsonville, SC; a great-grandmother, Mother Elmena Frierson of Lake City, SC; two aunts, Ms. Demetress Palmer of Johnsonville, SC and Mrs. Gilitra (Joseph) Ruff of Lexington, SC; two uncles, Gillie A. Fulton of Lumberton, NC and Bishop Gregory Palmer of Andrews, SC; seven very close cousins whom he took as his sister and brothers, Diya Palmer, DaKwais Palmer, Darious Palmer, DaWonye Palmer, JaVonte Fulton and Aiden Ruff, other dear cousins; Mya Hemingway, Davarious Fulton, Zavarion Palmer and a special sister Kierra McClam and host of special aunts, uncles, cousins and dear friends.