Dean R. Fulco ’82 died on April 29, 2012, in Richmond, Massachusetts.
Born in Sharon, Conn., on October 11, 1960, he prepared for college at the former Cranwell School and Salisbury School and graduated from Bowdoin in 1983, a dean’s list student and member of the varsity squash and junior varsity lacrosse teams. He owned and operated Fulco Painting for 25 years. He had previously worked on the Options Exchange on the West Coast. He was a master gardener, a member of the Richmond Board of Health, a beekeeper, an athlete, a scholar, and a true outdoorsman. He is survived by his wife of 19 years, Debra J. Hoellerich; his parents, Richard Fulco and Karen Monroe Fulco; twin sisters Tammy Masiero and Wendy Fulco; his stepmother, Marjorie Cohan; and a stepsister, Medeia Cohan.