James Franklin Fuller

Born: Sun., Dec. 8, 1946
Died: Tue., Mar. 13, 2012

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MSGT (Ret.) James Franklin Fuller, age 65, of Washington, D.C., husband of Peggy L. Hogue Fuller, passed away Tuesday, March 13, 2012 at his home.

He was born December 8, 1946 in Nicholas County to the late Ermine S. & Geneva Lynam Fuller. He was retired from the United States Air Force, was a retired general manager for the A.A.F.E.S. PX at Ft. Myer in Arlington, Virginia and a retired store manager at the U.S. Soldiers' & Airmen's Home in Washington, D.C.

Also surviving are a son, Luis Narvaez-Fuller, of Washington, D.C., and 4 brothers: Ermine S. "John" Fuller, Jr. (Genevieve) Lakewood, Washington, O.D. Fuller, Michael H. Fuller (Reva) and Douglas L. Fuller, all of Carlisle.

He is also preceded in death by a brother, Bruce Fuller, and a sister, Elizabeth Ann Fuller.

Services will be conducted at 1:00 P.M. Wednesday, March 21, 2012 at Mathers-Gaunce Funeral Home by Rev. Julian Hammonds. Burial with military honors will follow in the Carlisle Cemetery.

Visitation will be after 6:00 P.M. Tuesday.

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   Posted Thu December 06, 2012
James Franklin Fuller
Leanne Roberts Gabriel O.D.and Mike, I, like you I'm sure, was shocked with the news of Frog. He and I had exchanged emails over the past few months, and I had just gotten one the day before He died. We had talked about being kids on Main Street and how different it is with kids today. Please accept my sympathy. I am so sad for myself and your family. Love to you, Leanne
Dwight Dotson First my sincerest condolences to Jim's family and friends for their loss.Jim and I served together in Japan Fuchu Air Station Head Quarters 5th Air Force. Jim was my sponsor when I arrived in Feb of 1966. We were young and home sick and I recall we talked about our home and families quite often. I assisted Jim, along with others in organizing a Marathon softball game to go after the world record for playing softball the longest. The main purpose was to raise money for orphanages-Mission accomplished because of Jim's hard work. It was an awesome experience and Jim was an awesome person. Jim stopped by my family's home in California when he was on leave between assignments from Japan to go home to Carlisle Ky. to see his family. I have been in contact with men who served with Jim an I in Japan. They have had postal reunions for the last seven or eight years. I have been to the last three years. I will pass along this heart felt loss to the vets that I have contact with. We will keep Jim and his family in our hearts and prayers. God Bless.
Beverly Ann Taylor Peggy, I am so sorry for your loss. This is Beverly Sanders. We were school friends many many years ago. I have thought about you many times through the years but didn't know how to contact you. I would love to hear from you. My email address is beva.taylor@yahoo.com. I sent a message earlier but computer said it did not go.

Gary and Hope Allen
   Posted Sun July 27, 2014

Hope and I just found out about Jim and you have our sincere heartfelt condolences. Jim was a great friend and I was floored when I found out. Our daughter, Desiree, was helping me find old friends and Jim was at the top of my list. I have been trying to find Jim ever since I retired in 1989. I remember you and Jim took our kids, Kevin and Desiree out to eat one night when we were living in base housing at Randolph. Hope and I are both retired and living in Schertz. If you would like to contact us we would like to hear from you. If you choose to please respond to our emaiil address.

Hope and Gary

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