Dr. Thomas Glenn Fultz, a successful and progressive veterinary physician residing in Pella, was born in Story
county, Iowa, near the town of Nevada, on the 13th of October, 1887, a son of T. D. and Julia (Maxwell) Fultz.
His father, a carpenter by trade, is now employed at the Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts
at Ames. The subject of this review is the elder of two sons, his brother being Frank M. Fultz, now assistant manager
of the Citizens Lumber Company of Fort Dodge, this state.
Dr. Fultz entered the public schools at the usual age and upon completing the course therein became a student in
the high school and subsequently took a veterinary course at Ames, receiving the degree of D. V. M. in 1910. In
September of that year he located at Pella and has since practiced his profession here. He has been successful
in his treatment of the diseases of animals and his services are often called into requisition by the farmers of
Dr. Fultz was married in March, 1911, to Miss Nora Meyer, a daughter of George Meyer, a farmer living near Ames,
in Story county. The Doctor is a democrat but has not taken an active part in political affairs. Fraternally he
belongs to Pella Lodge, No. 55, A. F. & A. M., and to the Red Men at Ames, Iowa. Dr. Fultz was for six years
a member of the Iowa National Guard, in which he enlisted as a private, but he was mustered out as first lieutenant.
He has just erected a fine home in the city and his interests are thoroughly. identified with those of Pella. He
is popular personally and those who know him speak well of him.
History of Marion County, Iowa
And its People
John W. Wright, Supervising Editor
W. A. Young, Associate
The S. J. Clarke Publishing Co.
Marion County, IA
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