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Robert Lee Fulghum is an American author and Unitarian Universalist minister. Robert Fulghum was born in 1937, and grew up in Waco, Texas. In his youth, he worked as a ditch-digger, newspaper carrier, ranch hand, and singing cowboy. After college and a brief career with IBM, he returned to graduate school to complete a degree in theology. For 22 years he served as a Unitarian parish minister in the Pacific Northwest.

During the same period he taught drawing, painting, art history, and philosophy at the Lakeside School in Seattle. Fulghum is an accomplished painter and sculptor. He sings, plays the guitar and mandocello, and was a founding member of the The Rock-Bottom Remainders – a rock and roll band of author-musicians. He is a member of The Beat Goes On Marching Band of Portland, Oregon, in which he occasionally marches in parades, playing cymbals and tambourine.

Robert lives in Moab, Utah, and in Kolymbari on the Greek island of Crete.
Birth: June 04, 1937