In Loving Memory of.......
William "Bill" Fuller
"HAPPY 84TH BIRTHDAY"
Anna Mae Case Fuller
William "Bill" Fuller crossed over on his 84th birthday, February 27, 2004 at Beverly Health Care - Erie with his wife, Anna Mae sitting by his side.
Oldest son of the late Perry and Celia (Reed) Fuller, William was born in Northeast, Pa on Feb. 27, 1920 and raised in McKean, Pa.
Survivors include his wife Anna Mae (Case) Fuller, daughter Margaret (Maggie) Harrison, brothers Edwin (Bud) Fuller, Paul Fuller and Francis (Joe) Fuller, sisters Sarah Moore and Dorothy Armagost, grandchildren Lei Ann Harrison, Albert W. H. Collins and Mary Suzanne Harrison, great-grandchild Terrance Lee Purdue.
Welcoming him home were his parents Perry and Celia Fuller, brother
Oren Fuller and brother-in-law Quincy Walmer, sister-in-law
Catherine (Kitty) Case, brother-in-law William Warren, nephew
Robert Fuller, brother- in- law Robert Case and life long friends
Anthony Platner and Willie Bates.
Anna Mae Fuller passed away at the age of 85 as the result of injuries suffered in a car accident. She was the daughter of Alpha and Myrtle Muse Case.
Anna graduated from Academy High School and worked for sometime at Kresge's Five and Dime. She and her late husband spent the winters in Tucson Arizona. They planted crops in the summer months on their eight acres in McKean
After Bill passed away she found a hobby with her sisters; Geocaching.
The widow of William Reed Fuller, she was also preceded in death by two brothers, Gerald and Robert Case, two brothers-in-law, William Warren and Quincy Walmer; and a sister-in-law, Catherine Case.
Survivors include her loving daughter Margaret, grand children Lei
Ann Harrison, Albert William Harrison Collins, and Mary Suzanne
Harrison. three great-grandchildren Terrance Lee Purdue, Jalita Mai
Purdue and Lazarus James Lee Lockett, four sisters; Daisy (Warren) Setzler
of Willard, Ohio, Olive Walmer of McKean, Virginia Warren of Georgia,
and Shirley (Larry) Walmer of Tionesta, Pa,
two brothers, James (Evelyn Case) and John Case of Florida and many nieces