Andrew “Bruce” Fullerton of Kincardine died peacefully, with his children at his side, Wednesday, April 20, 2022, at Kincardine hospital. He was four days shy of his 88th birthday. Born April 24, 1934, in Greenock Township, Bruce County, he was the son of Thomas A. Fullerton and Olive Pearl Greer. Loving father of his son, Thomas (Krystyna) Fullerton of Inverhuron, and their children, Robert (Mickey) Fullerton of St Marys and Thomas (Vittoria) Fullerton of London; and his daughter, Karen Fullerton of Stratford. Predeceased by his second wife, Betty Jean (Cross) Parker, Nov. 5, 2019, after 26 years of marriage. Bruce was raised in Walkerton where he attended school. He married Cheryl Anne Cassidy, also of Walkerton, in 1962. When Bruce married Betty in 1993, he was blessed with five step-daughters: Barbara (Jim) Roe, Brenda (Kevin) O’Hagan, Beverlee (Bruce) Gateman, Betty-Lou Parker and Beth (John) Limnidis. Proud step-grandpa of Jason Roe, Jenifer [Roe] Brooks (Chris), Jeffery Kelly (Duncan), Darby O’Hagan (Kristie), Kyle Kelly (Katie), Garet O’Hagan (Jill), Kellie O’Hagan, Sidney and Jordin Limnidis. Missed by many nieces and nephews, great-grandchildren and life-long friends, Stan and Jean Ferguson of Walkerton. Survived by his brother, Bob (Mary) Fullerton of Courtenay, British Columbia (B.C.); sister, Madeline (Alex) McNeill of Owen Sound; brother, Allen Fullerton of Courtenay, B.C.; and sister, Bonnie Fullerton of Kincardine. Predeceased by his big brother, John A. “Jack” Fullerton, and his wife, Amanda Johnstone Fullerton. Also predeceased by his step-daughter’s husband, Kevin O’Hagan. Bruce chose to have a dignified passing with Medical Assistance In Dying. Special thanks to the palliative care staff at Kincardine hospital. Employed in multiple fields of work over the years, he worked at Bell Telephone (he was always proud that his crew put the first phone line through Algonquin Park), and the OPP. When he retired as manager of the Kincardine LCBO in 1989, he was living in Inverhuron. A celebration of Bruce’s life will be held at a later date. Memorial donations to the Canadian Cancer Society or the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy; arrangements entrusted to Grey Bruce Cremation and Burial Services in Owen Sound; www.greybrucecremation.com. Or go to your local Royal Canadian Legion and support it; cheers, Bruce! Interment, Walkerton Cemetery.