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Obituaries Fulton M. Moore CAMBRIDGE Fulton M. Moore, 82, of here died Thursday, Oct. 8, 1998, at the Chesapeake Woods Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Cambridge. Born April 3, 1916, in Elliott, Md he was a son of the late Alonzo McKendree and Tommie Sellers Moore. He was preceded by his spouse, Emma Johnson Moore. He was raised in Cambridge and was a 1933 graduate of Cambridge High School. He received a bachelor of science degree in 1936 upon graduation from Parks Air College in St. Louis. While at Parks Air College, he received his air transport pilot's license and his airplane and engine mechanic's license. His first work in professional aviation was as a meteorologist at Parks Air College. He joined the Missouri National Guard 110th Observation Squadron in 1938, where he met Charles Lindbergh and was a member of the 110th. He was on duty as a 2nd Lt. in the Army during 1939 and was assigned to Randolph Field in San Antonio. He was assigned to Parks Air College during World War IL where he was an instructor and trained many pilots for the Army Air Corps. He was married in 1941 to the former Margaret Warren from Los Angeles. After the war, he returned to Cambridge, where he was employed by the Cambridge Wire Cloth Co. as director of purchasing. His wife passed away in September 1971 and, in June 1973, he married the former Emma Johnson, who passed away in August 1986. He was a member of Zion United Methodist Church. He was a member and past commodore of the Cambridge Yacht Club, the Aircraft Owner's and Pilot's Association and the OX-5 Club of America. He was instrumental in the development of the annual Antique Fly-In at Horns Point. He was also interested in hydroplane racing and enjoyed painting and building model boats and airplanes. He is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Dorothy M. and Yola T. Booze of Cambridge; three stepsons, Wayne A. Johnson, Judge Donald E Johnson and Jeffrey L. Johnson, all of Cambridge; four stepgrandchil-dren, Gregory W. Johnson, Donald F Johnson Jr., Emmajane J. Olinde and Maggie Johnson; three stepgreat-grandchildren; and a brother, Crawford Moore of Houston. A funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at Thomas Funeral Home, where friends may call one hour before the service. The Rev. Gloria S. Attix will officiate. Interment will take place in East New Market Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Dorchester Heritage Museum, 1904 Horn Point Road, Cambridge, Md. 21613.