Fort Worth, Texas – On June 16, we tragically lost Kerri well before her time. She was 48.
A “Free Spirit”, Kerri made her own choices starting the moment she took her first steps. After attending Duncanville High School, she made a career as a talented hair stylist until she met the father of her children, Douglas Scott Danz, and took on the role of a full-time mother.
Kerri could often be seen laughing, helping others and riding her motorcycles. Her fondest memories include the time as a manager at WKC Inc. where she met many lifelong friends and her soulmate Brian Lamont Paul. She was a talented artist and will be remembered as one of the smartest, most charismatic and creative people anyone has ever known.
A devout follower of Christ, Kerri now sits with many dearly departed including her Grandma Fulbright, Grandma Irene and her two beloved pets, Mazi and Daisy.
In addition to children, Jordan Fulbright and Bailey and Parker Danz, Kerri is survived by her parents, Tommy Fulbright and Susan Nation and her husband, Ennis; brothers, Ryan Kossey and Jody and Tracy Fulbright. She also lives on through many aunts, uncles, cousins and nieces and nephews, all whom she adored greatly.
A service celebrating her life will be held at 1:00 p.m. Friday, July 8, in the Marty Leonard Community Chapel, 3131 Sanguinet Street.
A special thanks goes to everyone who made generous efforts and contributions to make this happen. Donations can be made at www.gofundme.com. Search for “Kerri Paul” for a fund organized by Michelle Fulbright.