Fraser F. Fulton was born in St. John, New Brunswick. He died February 4, 1977.
He attended Mount Allison University and then graduated from McGill University in 1928.
He had a military career, beginning as a lieutenant with the Royal Canadian Signal Corps. Extensive overseas assignments followed during which he rose to the rank of brigadier general and a posting as chief technical officer, Canadian Army Overseas. He later became vice-president, administration of Northern Electric Company Limited (later Nortel).
Fraser Fulton joined the Sir George Williams University Board of Governors in 1961. He was vice-chairman in 1962-1963 and chairman of the Board of Governors from 1963 to 1969. He was active in fund-raising for the Henry F. Hall Building. In 1965 he was also appointed chancellor of Sir George Williams University, a position he held until his resignation in 1971.