For more than twenty years, Joan Fullerton has travelled to Upper Black Eddy on weekends to enjoy life Bucks County-style. The Delaware Canal has played an important role in those weekends, especially since it runs along Joan’s backyard. She enjoys the towpath in every season, especially hiking or biking it, and appreciates its diverse animal, bird and plant life as well as its beauty and tranquility. Along with her appreciation of the Canal’s pleasures came the understanding that the waterway and towpath need more help than the State Park can provide. Thus, Joan became a member of the Friends early in her Upper Black Eddy residency. In recent years, she has been serving on the Friends’ Fundraising Committee taking a key role in the production of Faces and Places in 2012. Now she is pleased to expand her role as a member of the Board of Directors.
When not in Upper Black Eddy, Joan lives in Westfield, NJ. She has worked in the international relocation industry for thirty-three years and is currently director of Global Business development for Holman United. She also serves as Treasurer for the International Friends Club.