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Mary Fulp biography: 13 things about school principal from Palmer, Alaska

Mary Teresa Fulp is a school principal and author from Palmer, Alaska, United States. Aside from Palmer, she has lived in other parts of Alaska including Anchorage, Kotzebue and Kodiak.

Fulp has five siblings including Luke Fulp and Clare Fulp. Here are 13 more things about Mary:

  1. She and Brendan McMahon have three children namely Damien Fulp, Patrick McMahon and Teresa McMahon.
  2. In 1991, she graduated from Kodiak High School in Kodiak. She went on to earn her bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Portland in Portland, Oregon, USA and superintendent certification from the University of Alaska Anchorage in Anchorage.
  3. From 2007 to 2022, she was the Colony Middle School principal in Palmer.
  4. On July 23, 2019, Leadership Presence published her book “Lifted: Devotional“.
  5. On January 11, 2021, Bowker published her book “Jesus Heals: Devotional“.
  6. On June 19, 2021, she independently published her book “100+ Declarations for Victory through Christ: For best results, read your Bible.”
  7. In July 2022, she became the Colony High School principal in Palmer.
  8. In November 2022, the Alaska Associated of Secondary School Principals named her the Alaska Principal of the Year.
  9. On January 15, 2023, she went live on Facebook and announced that she has the ability to speak in tongues.
  10. On January 18, 2023, some of her family members went to her home and confronted her about her recently announced ability to speak in tongues. They called 911 after she refused to recant her beliefs. At 11:45 a.m., Alaska state troopers arrived and determined she posed no threat to herself or anyone. The troopers and her family members left. Just before 5:00 p.m., two other troopers namely Matthew Sidders and Jacob Switzer arrived and took her in for a mental health evaluation without her consent. They responded to a 911 call from her family member who claimed to have a signed order from a judge ordering for her to be placed in an involuntary psychiatric hold. At around 5:45 p.m., they arrived at Mat-Su Regional Medical Center in Palmer.
  11. On January 20, 2023, the Alaska Department of Public Safety discovered that the court order used to take her to Mat-Su Regional Medical Center on January 18, 2023 may be fake.
  12. On January 21, 2023, she was released from Mat-Su Regional Medical Center and diagnosed with nothing.
  13. She was 49 years old when the Alaska Court System confirmed on January 24, 2023 that the court order used to forcibly take her on January 18, 2023 was invalid.

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  1. Hope they get to the bottom of this quick – lawsuit for sure especially forcibly injecting her with drugs. Time for some clowns to pay up for their misconduct.


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