Charles August Fuller and Virginia Knight Sierer's
With the operating room and the surgeon's knife before his vision, and with death lurking near, Lindsay Fuller, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fuller, and one of THE STAR carrier boys, thought of his duty and, as he was being taken to the operating-room at the Memorial Hospital yesterday afternoon, asked that a message be sent to another boy to carry his papers for him.
The lad was operated on for appendicitis yesterday at 3 o'clock at the hospital. The operation was a complete success, and this afternoon the patient is making satisfactory progress. Lindsay was taken very ill on Saturday night, after having complaining for some time past. An operation was deemed imperative, and the boy was removed to the hospital. The surgeons were Drs. Love and Latane. Lindsay's many friends hope to see him out again and enjoying his usual exuberant health within a short time.
Fuller, Lindsie - Obituary copied from newspaper clipping
Lindsie Fuller, 322 North Potomac Street, died of a heart attack at 815 last night while attending a basketball game at North Hagerstown high school. He was 70 years old.
Born in Winchester, Virginia, the son of Charles and Virginia (Sierer) Fuller, he came to Hagerstown 36 years ago. He had been employed as a utility salesman for Potomac Edison Company and also as telegrapher for the Pennsylvania Railroad, retiring from both positions five years ago.
He was a member of St. John's Lutheran church and the Men's Bible Class, of Friendship Lodge No. 84, A.F. and A.M.; Tall Cedars of Lebanon No 95, and the Order of Railroad Telegraphers.
Besides his wife, Mrs. Pearl (Neff) Fuller, he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Clara E. Lakin; one grandson, one great grandchild and a sister, Miss Henrietta Fuller, Winchester, Virginia.
The body will be taken to St. John's Lutheran Church Thursday at 1 p.m. where services will be conducted at 2 p.m. by the Rev. George E. Whetstone. Internment in Spring Hill Cemetery, Shippensburg, Pa. Friends may call at the Suter-Rouzer Funeral Home Wednesday evening between 7/9 o'clock.
Martinsburg W Va Book 9, Page 179; Lindsey Fuller (b) 9/9/1889 in Winchester according to a newspaper
Frightened Off By Loud Scream
A young white man dressed in overalls, and thought to be from the county, had a close call from being roughly handled last night when he abruptly grabbed Miss Henrietta Fuller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Fuller, on South Stewart street, near the new skating rink, and had it not been on account of the darkness it is probable that the bold youth would have been captured and severely chastised.
Miss Fuller, who lives in the immediate neighborhood, had been skating, and was on her way home a few minutes before 11 o'clock, when as she was about to cross the bridge on Stewart street, the man appeared as if by magic and grabbed her wrist. Miss Fuller screamed, at which the man let go and started to run. Pitcher Norman Johnson, of the Winchester baseball team, who happened to be passing, together with others. pursued the man, but he soon disappeared among the cars in the Cumberland Valley Railroad yards and was lost sight of altogether.
Winchester Evening Star, Winchester, Va., Thursday, March 23, 1978
Henrietta H. Fuller
Miss Henrietta Holler Fuller, 86, of 121 Peyton St. died Wednesday at her residence.
Miss Fuller was born Nov. 23, 1891 in Winchester, a daughter of the late Charles Augustus and Virginia Knight Sierer Fuller. She was a member of the Market Street United Methodist Church and in earlier years was manager and buyer for F.S. Emmert Dept. Store in Winchester. Prior to her retirement she was employed by the Margaret L. Hodgson Shop.
She was the last member of her immediate family and is survived by a number of nieces and nephews.
A funeral service will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday at Omps Funeral Home. Burial will be in Mount Hebron Cemetery.
Friends may call at the Omps Funeral Home and at the family residence at 121 Peyton St.
The family requests that flowers be omitted.
Winchester Evening Star, Winchester, Va., Friday, March 24, 1978
A funeral service for Miss Henrietta Holler Fuller, 86, of 121 Peyton St., who died Wednesday at her residence, will be conducted at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Omps Funeral Home by the Rev. Morgan Smart. Burial will be in Mount Hebron Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be Charles S. Fuller, C. Waidner Fuller, Lynn S. Fuller, John David Fuller, Charles J. Summers, and James W. Grisard, all nephews of Miss Fuller.
The family requests that flowers be omitted.
Friends may call at the funeral home and the family residence at 121 Peyton St.
Thirteen Graduates This Year
John Kerr Public Schools of Winchester will have thirteen graduates this year, eight from the female high school and five from the male high school. The closing exercises will be more interesting this year than usual, and will begin with a public program on Friday evening of this week at 8 o'clock, consisting of recitations, dialogues, tableaus and plays.
On Thursday morning, June 16, at 9 o'clock, the annual memorial services will be held in Mount Hebron Cemetery over the graves of the late John Kerr, the benefactor of the schools; Prof. J.C. Van Fossen, the former principle and Misses Lizzie Price and Nora C. Nott, who were teachers for many years. At 1015 o'clock the same morning the school day exercises will be held, and the pupils who complete the work in the primary and grammar departments will be awarded with certificates.
All the exercises will be held in the auditorium of the John Kerr Public School building, corner of Market and Cork streets.
The following young ladies and gentlemen will compose the graduating class of 1910 Misses Devore Plank, Henrietta Holler Fuller, Goldie Love Metz, Sarah Floyd Walter, Nancy Frances Keating, Ethel Catherine Holler, Mary Bronaugh Lawler, Elsie Marie Maphis, and Messrs. Edwin G. Yost, Charles C. Hardy, John H. Rosenberger, Harry W. Ca____ and Charles Harold Lauck.
All the graduate are from the city of Winchester, except Miss__ __ lives in Frederick county.
Franklin Repository, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, Tuesday Evening, February 20, 1894
Word has been received that a child of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Fuller, formerly of our town, died in Winchester, Virginia. This is the second child to die in a short time.
Franklin Repository, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, Wednesday Evening, February 21 , 1894
The remains of the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Chas F. Fuller, will be brought here from Winchester on Thursday afternoon. internment private in Cedar Grove Cemetery.
Stroke Fatal To Mrs. Summers At Hagerstown
Body of Former Resident Is To Be Interred Here
Mrs. Florence Fuller Summers, widow of this city and a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fuller, also of Winchester died about 1 o'clock this morning in a hospital in Hagerstown, Md. where she had been residing some years. according to word telephones to relatives here.
Mrs. Summer's death was due to a stroke which she sustained several days ago at her home. She was removed to the hospital, where she lingered until the end came during the night.
Mrs. Summers was born at Chambersburg, Pa., September 25, 1884, and as a small girl came to Winchester with her parents, her father being connected with the Pennsylvania railroad. The family resided for many years at the Steele Gardens property on the Northwestern grade. She was for a long time employed as bookkeeper for the clothing firm of Horsey and Atwel prior to her marriage.
She had been residing in Hagerstown since shortly after the death of Mr. Summers, who was at the time cashier of the Union Bank of Winchester. She is survived by one daughter, Miss Sara Summers, and one son, Jacob Summers, and also by two sisters, Mrs. John A. Rosenberger and Miss Henrietta Fuller, of his city, and two brothers. Christ and Lindsey Fuller, of Hagerstown.
Arrangements for the funeral had not been completed early this afternoon, but it was planned to have services held in Hagerstown, and then bring the body to Winchester for internment in the family lot in Mount Hebron Cemetery.
Mrs. Florence Summers
Mrs. Florence M. Summers, widow of Charles J. Summers, 239 North Potomac street, died at 845 a.m. Friday at the Washington County Hospital, after having been stricken with paralysis four days ago, aged 57. She was a daughter of the late Virginia (Sierer) and Charles Fuller and was a member of St. Paul's Methodist church.
One daughter, Sara F. Summers, and one son, Charles J. Summers, survive; also two sisters, Miss Henrietta Fuller and Mrs. John Rosenberger, both of Winchester, Va.; brothers, Lindsie Fuller and C.W. Fuller, this city. Funeral services Monday morning at 10 o'clock at the Suter funeral home with Rev. H.C. Marsh officiating; internment in Mt. Hebron cemetery, Winchester.
Winchester Evening Star, Winchester, Va., Friday, March 28, 1924
John Summers Dies In Hospital In Staunton, Va.
A telegram received here this afternoon from Staunton, Va., announced the death today in that place of John Summers, a former resident of Winchester. Mr. Summers leaves his widow, two son, Charles J. Summers, cashier of the Union Bank of Winchester, and Stanley Summers, of Washington, and one daughter, Mrs, May Summers Landau, of Pittsburgh.
The body will be brought here tomorrow and taken to the home of Mr. Summers, where the funeral will take place on Sunday afternoon.
Winchester Evening Star, Winchester, Va., Saturday, March 29, 1924
Funeral of Mr. Summers
The funeral of the late John Summers, who died yesterday, will take place for the home of his son, Charles Summers on Fairmont avenue on tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon at 230 o'clock. The Rev. A.A. Kelly of Grace Lutheran Church will officiate and interment will be made in Mount Hebron Cemetery.
Winchester Evening Star, Winchester, Va., Tuesday, January 6, 1942
Mrs. C.J. Summers' Body Interred
Funeral services were conducted in Hagerstown, Md., yesterday for Mrs. Florence Fuller Summers, widow of Charles J. Summers, of this city, whose death occurred in a Hagerstown hospital last Friday. The services were in charge of the Rev. Harry C. Marsh, pastor of St Paul's Methodist Church, assisted by the Rev. Garland E. Hapkins, pastor of Market Street Methodist Church, this city.
The body was brought to Winchester about noon and interred in the family lot in Mount Hebron Cemetery. Pallbearers were George B. Bushnell, Harry H. Willis, of this city, and Christopher, Lindsey and Lynn Fuller, of Hagerstown. Many floral tributes were placed on the grave by friends.
Headstone of Sarah Clowser, wife of John L Summers. The name on the headstone is incorrect.
Winchester Evening Star, Winchester, Va., Saturday, June 6, 1931
Simple Funeral Rites Held For Late Mr. Summers
Funeral services were held late yesterday afternoon for Charles J. Summers, late cashier of the Union Bank of Winchester, and were attended by scores of business and professional men of Winchester, who gathered with relatives and other friends of Mr. Summers to pay a tribute of respect to his memory.
The services were held at the home, No 444 Fairmont avenue, and were in charge of the Rev. Robert B. Nelson, rector of Christ Episcopal Church, of which he became a member many years ago.
Assisting in the services was the Rev. Dr. F.T. McFaden, pastor of Loudon Street Presbyterian Church. The ceremonies followed closely the plain and simple Episcopal Church burial service, and no hymns were read or sung.
A great many floral tributes were sent for the casket, and these were banked on and around the grave after the interment was made in in the family lot in Mount Hebron Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Active, Daniel W. Lupton, J. Foster Gray, George Bushnell, Harry M. Sartelle, Herman H. Hable and Harry K. Russell; honorary-- James B. Russell, Perry Funkhouser, Jacob H. Yost, H. Douglas Fuller, William G. Hardy, Dr. R.A. Shafer, Miller Streit, Lester Kerlin, Thomas Kremer, Floyd Haines, Warren Rice, Dr. Walter D. Myers, Harry W. Ebert, Roland T. Bryarly, Lee R. Grim, C.A. Davis and Dr. R. McC,Glass
Winchester Evening Star, Winchester, Va., Tuesday, June 2,1931
Local Bank Cashier Ends Own Life After Period of Worrying
Charles J. Summers, 49, Cashier of Union Bank, Found Dead In Second Floor Banking House Room.
Bank Accounts Found Correct
Native of Frederick County, Mr. Summers Entered Bank Employ When But A Youth and Served In Many Capacities - Was Familiarly Known To Wide Circle of Friends As "Charlie."
Charles Jacob Summers, 49, for the past twelve years cashier of the Union Bank of Winchester, ended his life by his own hand shortly after 8 o'clock this morning by firing into his head a .32 caliber bullet while in a small room on the second floor of the local banking house.
Friends express the belief that Mr. Summers committed the fatal act at the result of worry over personal matters.
Immediately upon learning of the death of Mr. Summers this morning, the board of directors of the Union Bank called a meeting and made a thorough examination of accounts. It was announced by the board after the examination had been completed that all accounts had been found correct.
For several months, close friends stated today, it had been noticed that Mr. Summers was rather despondent although relatives state he appeared in his usual frame of mind on leaving his home for the banking house today.
Came To Bank Early
About 730 o'clock this morning Mr. Summers entered the Union Bank and there found Floyd Haines, as assistant cashier, who was working on business that had accumulated over the holiday week end. The cashier told his assistant, Mr. Haines stated, that he came down early to write up some minutes preparatory to the regular board of directors' meeting at 10 a.m.
About 8 o'clock Mr. Haines told his superior that he would get the mail, and as the assistant left the banking rooms, Mr. Summers was seated at his desk preparing the minutes. This was the last time so far as is known that Mr. Summers was seen alive.
Waits For His Return
About 8.20 o'clock, Mr. Haines returned to the bank and found the place empty. He began the completion of back work and waited for Mr. Summers to return. When the cashier did not show up by 8.50 o'clock Mr. Haines began to look around the building.
Mr. Summers' hat was first found in its usual place. Fearing that the brooding of the past few months might have occasioned a fatal act, Mr. Haines looked into a money drawer to see if a .32 caliber revolver was in its place. The gun was gone.
A search of the banking house son lead the assistant cashier to notice blood trickling from the upper floor. Mr. Haines ran post haste to police headquarters and summoned Chief of Police C.W. Hollis.
Death Was Instantaneous
Chief Hollis on entering the bank went to the second floor and opened the door to a wash room adjacent to the board of directors' assembly room. Here he found Mr. Summers' lifeless form slumped on the floor.
Upon the absence of the coroner, Police Judge Donald L. Weems was summoned as was also Dr. Robert McC. Glass. The physician stated that death was probably instantaneous due to the .32 caliber ball having entered the right temple and then having taken a course towards the brain.
Two letters were found on Mr. Summers' person by Chief Hollis. One was address to the board of directors and another was a personal statement. Both notes were written in Mr. Summers' own handwriting, it is said.
Inquest Not Necessary
In view of the revolver in his tightly clenched hand and two letters on his person explaining personal factors which he claimed were backgrounds for the suicidal deed, Judge Donald L. Weems decided that an inquest was not necessary and gave permission for the removal of the body to Kurtz funeral parlors where it was prepared for burial.
Mr. Summers was a native of Frederick county, being a son of the late John L. and Sarah Clowser Summers, who for many years resided in the St. John's Church section of the county.
Beginning his period of service with the Union Bank as a janitor at the age of 18 years, Mr. Summers served that institution for 31 years. He rose in the ranks from janitor to runner, bookkeeper, teller. assistant cashier and cashier respectively. In local banking circles he enjoyed the friendship of hundreds and was well known as "Charlie" to the many depositors and friends of the Union Bank.
Mr. Summers married Miss Florence Fuller, a daughter of the late Charles Fuller and Mrs. Virginia Fuller, of "Spring Garden," on Amherst street. He is survived by his widow, two children, Sarah Fuller Summers, 8, and Charles Jacob Summers, Jr.,6, and one brother, Stanley Summers, of Washington, D.C. The family lived at No. 444 Fairmont avenue.
Member of Christ Church
Mr. Summers was a lifelong member of Christ Protestant Episcopal Church and regularly attended the services of that congregation.
His sudden death occasioned profound shock throughout the city and during the entire morning groups were gathered on many street corners discussing the tragedy.
This afternoon funeral arrangements had not been completed pending the arrival of his brother, Stanley Summers. from Washington. The family stated, however, that internment would be in a local cemetery.
Resolutions on the Death of Mr. Summers
At a meeting of the board of directors of the Union Bank of Winchester, this morning, the following resolutions of sympathy were adopted on the death of their cashier, Charles J. Summers "The officers and directors of the Union Bank are profoundly shocked and saddened by the tragic death of their cashier, Charles J. Summers, which occurred this morning. "After a period of thirty-one years of service in this institution, rising from the position of runner to that of cashier, we testify to his loyalty and devotion to his responsibilities, and record our confidence in his integrity. "Under his management, we affirm our belief in the strength and safety of our institution, and the correctness of his accounts.
"We extend our deep sympathy to his family, and share with them the great sorrow of his loss."
Daily Herald, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, Saturday Morning, April 8, 1882
Howard Fuller, eldest child of Charles A. Fuller, Died at Martinsburg, W. Virginia, on Thursday Evening last, aged about 3 years. The funeral will take place from the residence of Christian Fuller, Sr., tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Fuller, who until a few months ago were resident of this place, have the fullest sympathy of all their friends. Their little boy was a bright, interesting lad, but he who doeth all things well suffered another lamb to go to his bosom, and Howard left a happy home on earth for a happier one in heaven. May the heavenly father who loves whom he chastens give a merciful balm to the hearts of the stricken parents.
Winchester Evening Star, Winchester, Va., Monday, July 20, 1953
C.W. Fuller Dies In Hagerstown, Md.
Crist W. (Bud) Fuller Sr., died at his home, 534 West Franklin Street, early Sunday morning, after an illness of two months, aged 66 years.
He was a member of Grace E.U.B. Church; its Men's Bible Class, Friendship Lodge No. 84, A.F. and A.M.; Ithiel R.F. Chapter No. 27; St Bernard Commandery No. 9, Knights Templar; Ali Khan Temple, A.A.O.N.M.S.; Hagerstown Forest No. 95, Tal Cedars of Lebanon; Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen; Railroad Yardmasters of America; and Woodmen of the World.
He had been employed by the Pennsylvania Railroad for the past 47 years.
Surviving are wife Mrs. Grace V. Fuller; sons, Capt. Lynn Fuller, stationed in Germany with the armed forces; Charles, Waidner, John, Hagerstown; daughters, Miss Virginia Fuller, Baltimore; Mrs. Nancy Shank, Paramount; Mrs. Elizabeth Rhoads, San Diego, Cal.; brother, Lindsie Fuller, Hagerstown; sister, Mrs. Mary Rosenberger, Winchester; Miss Henrietta Fuller; Winchester; and nine grandchildren.
The body may be viewed at the Minnich Funeral Home, where services will be held Tuesday at 230 p.m., by the Rev. Dr. Earl E. Redding. The Rev. G.I. Rider will assist. The Knights Templar will be in charge of the services. Internment will be in Rest Haven Cemetery.
Mrs. Grace V. Fuller
Mrs. Grace V. Fuller, 84, of Potomac Towers, died Wednesday afternoon at Colton Manor Nursing Home.
Born in Cearfoss, she was the daughter of Lewis and Lillie Cearfoss Seibert. She was preceded in death by her husband, Crist W. Fuller.
She was a member of Grace United Methodist Church and the Temple Builders Class.
She is survived by four sons, Charles S. Fuller, C. Waidner Fuller and John D. Fuller, all of Hagerstown and Lynn S. Fuller of Fairfax, Va., two daughters, Miss Virginia M. Fuller of Baltimore and Mrs. Nancy A. Williar of Hagerstown; 11 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
Services will be held at the Minnich Funeral Home, 415 E. Wilson Blvd. at 10 a.m. on Saturday. The Rev. Edwin G. Reter will officiate.
Burial will be in Rest Haven Cemetery.
The family will receive friend Friday evening from 7 to 9 at the funeral home.
The Herald-Mail Company - Saturday, November 1, 1997 Edition
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fuller recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary.
The Fullers were married Sept. 26, 1937, in Hagerstown.
Mrs. Fuller is the former Ruth E. Byers. She worked as secretary to the superintendent of Western Maryland Railway.
Mr. Fuller was vice president of Tri-State Electric for 23 years.
They are residents of Homewood.
At a Get-together with the Fuller-Rosenberger cousins
The Herald-Mail Online, Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland, October 15, 2000
Obituaries for 10/16
Charles S. Fuller
WILLIAMSPORT - Charles S. Fuller, 87, of 16505 Virginia Ave., and formerly of The Terrace, Hagerstown, died Saturday, Oct. 14, 2000, at Homewood at Williamsport.
Born Nov. 26, 1912, in Hagerstown, he was the son of the late Crist Waidner Sr. and Grace Viola Seibert Fuller.
He was a 1930 graduate of Hagerstown High School.
He was employed by Tri State Electrical Supply Co. for 45 years as vice president and was a member of the board of directors.
He was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church.
He was past master of Friendship Lodge 84 A.F & A.M. and served as secretary for 25 years. He was past master counselor and secretary of the Hagerstown Chapter of De Molay, and a member of Hagerstown Lodge 378 B.P.O. Elks. He was a 32 degree Scottish Rite Mason and a past member of the Ali Gahn Shrine Club, Cumberland, Md. He was also a member of Penn Mar Dance Club and Nine and Ninety Social Club.
He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Ruth E. Byers Fuller; two sisters, Virginia M. Fuller and Nancy A. Kline, both of Hagerstown; four nieces; four nephews; great nieces and great nephews.
He was preceded in death by a sister, Elizabeth Ann Rhodes; three brothers, Crist Waidner Fuller Jr., Lynn Seibert Fuller and John David Fuller.
Graveside services will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Rest Haven Cemetery, 1601 Pennsylvania Ave., Hagerstown. The Rev. Edward H. Heim will officiate. Friendship Lodge 84 A.F & A.M. will conduct a graveside memorial service.
There will be no visitation.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the charity of one's choice.
Arrangements are made by Andrew K. Coffman Funeral Home, 40 E. Antietam St., Hagerstown.
Crist W. Fuller Jr. (Copied from a newspaper dated about June 20,
Born June 30, 1914, in Hagerstown, he was the son of the late Crist
Waidner and Grace Seibert Fuller Sr.
He is survived by his wife, Anna Margaret Startzman Fuller; two daughters, Joyce A. Bustard of Phoenixville and Donna J. Judd of Shelton, Conn.; one son Roger W. Fuller of Colonial Heights, Va.; two sisters, Virginia M. Fuller of Baltimore and Nancy Fuller Kline of Hagerstown; one brother, Charles Fuller of Hagerstown; eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by one sister, Elizabeth A. Fuller, and two
brothers, Lynn S. Fuller and John D. Fuller.
The family will receive friends at the funeral home one hour prior to
the service Saturday.
Anniversaries (copied from a newspaper)
About 120 guests attended the event, many coming from out of town.
The party room was decorated in a gold and white theme with arrangements of yellow and white chrysanthemums and greens. Each table was centered with a flowered hurricane lamp, and a gift of 50 yellow rosebuds was placed on the piano.
The Rev. Charles Weber of the United Methodist Church gave the invocation preceding dinner.
Entertainment and dancing followed the meal. Several of the Fuller's grandchildren entertained the guests. Jon Bustard, a junior at West Virginia University, played a trumpet solo, and Deborah Judd Albert, a member of the Queens String Quartet in Net York, and her husband, Marc Albert, played a viola and string bass duet. They are both graduates of Julliard School of Music.
The Fuller's son-in-law, James Bustard, accompanied an old-fashioned sing-along of the couple's favorite love songs. After the reading and playing of "Anniversary Waltz" by Jon Bustard, Mr. And Mrs. Fuller started the dancing. Music was provided by accordionist Cheryl Kataline.
The party concluded with the cutting of a tiered anniversary cake.
The Herald-Mail Online, Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland, July 14, 2000
Obituaries for 7/14
Anna M. Startzman Fuller
PHOENIXVILLE, Pa. - Anna Margaret Startzman Fuller, 91, of 833-A S. Main St., and formerly of Hagerstown, died Thursday, July 13, 2000, at Phoenixville Manor Nursing Home.
Born Dec. 5, 1908, in Hagerstown, she was the daughter of the late William Amer Startzman Sr. and Charlotte Elizabeth Hoover.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Crist Waidner Fuller, in 1996.
She retired from Hoffman Insurance Co. after 50 years.
She was a member of Grace United Methodist Church, was superintendent of the nursery department and Willing Workers Sunday School Class.
She is survived by two daughters, Joyce A. Bustard of Phoenixville and Donna J. Judd of Shelton, Conn.; a son, Roger W. Fuller of Colonial Heights, Va.; eight grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by two brothers, William A. Startzman Jr. and George F. Startzman.
Services will be Monday at 3 p.m. at Douglas A. Fiery Funeral Home, 1331 Eastern Blvd. North in Hagerstown. The Rev. Jon S. Bustard will officiate. Burial will be in Rest Haven Cemetery in Hagerstown.
The family will receive friends Monday at 2 p.m. at the funeral home.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to American Cancer Society, Washington County Unit, 1037 Haven Road, Hagerstown, MD 21742; or Grace United Methodist Church, Church and Winter Streets, Hagerstown, MD 21740.
Deb Albert wrote...
Arthur, I thought you might like to know that my grandmother, Anna Fuller, passed away this summer (July 13). We had a big family party in Hagerstown about a week and a half before and she was doing very well. She knew everyone and had a great time. Fortunately, she did not suffer. She just went to sleep and didn't wake up.
We also saw Aunt Virginia. She seems to be doing well, though she tends to tell some wild stories from time to time. She will be 90 years old on October 8 of this year. If you ever get down there, her address is The Holly Place, 268 S. Potomac St. Hagerstown, MD 21740. Tel: 301-733-3008.
Hope all is well with you.
Deb Albert wrote...
Hi Art, it is Deb Albert again with some more bad news. My Uncle Charles Fuller passed away on October 14. The funeral was in Hagerstown last week. He and his wife, Ruth, have been in a nursing home for several years. He
Had been failing steadily for the past year. He slept most of the time and never really knew anyone when he was awake. Not terrific quality of life! Aunt Ruth has alzheimer's and hasn't really known anyone for several years.
She had to have one of her feet amputated this spring because a sore that would not heal became gangrene. After her surgery she had a small stroke and wasn't expected to live more than a few weeks. I guess she has fooled the doctors! Aunt Nancy (Klein, Charles' sister) has been taking care of them and Aunt Virginia since they all went to live in the nursing homes. She has a really tough job. We try to offer moral support to her and visit as often as possible.
That's all for now. Hope all is well with you. Will you be coming to NH any > time in the near future?
Lynn Seibert Fuller married Jane Troxell Stotelmyer 1946. Jane's parents are Hubert Jacob Stotelmyer and Isabel Leona Troxell. Lynn and Jane have a daughter Sally Lynn Fuller who married James Douglas Steger
Steger has children James Douglas Jr and Laura Jane
December 22, 1989 - The Daily Mail - Hagerstown, Maryland
Lynn Seibert FULLER
Lynn Seibert "Pete" Fuller, 70 of Route 1, Box 52, Belle Haven, Virginia, died Friday December 22 at the Pulaski Community Hospital in Pulaski, Virginia.
Born in Hagerstown, he was the son of the late Crist Waidner Fuller and Grace Seibert Fuller.
He was a veteran of World War 11, serving with the U.S. Army in Korea.
He was a retired employee of the Federal Aviation Administration.
He was a member of the Exmore, Virginia Moose Lodge, the Heart Association of the Eastern Shore; and the Eastern Shore Yacht and Country Club.
He is survived by his wife, Jane S. Fuller of Belle Haven and a daughter, Mrs. Sally Steger of Pulaski, Virginia and two grandchildren.
Belle Haven, Virginia - A memorial service for Lynn S. "Pete"
Fuller, 70, who died December 22, 1989 in Pulaski, Virginia, will be held
Arrangements were handled by the Stevens Funeral Home, Pulaski, Virginia.