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Delzie B Fuller
and Golda Adams

Delzie B Fuller and Sister, Bessie Fuller Shotton
Annalee Fuller Anderson, Daughter of Delzie B Fuller and Golda Adams
Ray Dean Fuller, Son of Delzie B Fuller and Golda Adams
Phyllis Fuller, Daughter of Delzie B Fuller and Golda Adams
Delzie B Fuller
Golda Adams Fuller
L-R Back, Squire and Annie Ison Adams, L-R Front, Delza B Fuller and Golda Adams Fuller
Delzie B Fuller b 14 Aug 1915 d 28 Jan 1986; buried family cemetery, Isom, KY; s/o Green Fuller and Leona Smith. Delzie B Fuller m. Golda Goldie Adams b 28 Aug 1916 d 16 Feb 1973; d/o Squire Adams and Annie Ison. Children of Delzie B Fuller and Golda Adams;

1. Anna Lee Fuller b 1942 Letcher Co KY

2. Phyllis Fuller b 31 Oct 1947 Letcher Co KY

3. Ray Dean Fuller b 7 Jan 1944 Isom, Letcher Co KY d 20 Mar 2018 Crossville, TN; m. 31 Aug 1991 Madison Co KY to Paula S Hargrove b abt 1948. Children of Ray Dean Fuller and Paula S Hargrove; i. Robin Renee Fuller ii. Steve Mathus; (stepson) m. Arlene Unknown iii. Duane Kindred; (stepson) m. Kristie Unknown. iv. Shell Lynn Halvorson; (step daughter) m. Bruce Halvorson v. Jennifer Robinson (step daughter). Paula S Hargrove m. 1 Dec 1972 Madison Co KY to David P Kindred b abt 1948 Mccracken KY d 14 Jul 1989 Marshall, KY; s/o Mary Burt.


More About Delzie B
Fuller and Golda Adams

Delzie B Fuller and Golda Adams Fuller are buried on the old home place in Isom, Letcher Co KY. Uncle B was a very talented singer and guitar player. He could play the blues and sing better than anyone I've ever heard and he had a wonderful deep, rich singing voice. I loved to hear him and my mom (Ida Fuller Potter) sing and play together. It was a real great pleasure to hear them and they could really get your feet tapping and hands clapping and make you want to dance. Uncle B was kind and gentle and very interesting to talk to.

He was a wonderful person and it's sad to think that he lived so many years of his life as a disabled coal miner. He had to use oxygen the last years of his life because of black lung disease. That disease has robbed us of a wonderful person and cost the world a very good singer and musician. Aunt Golda was also very kind and gentle and both of them were very good looking in their younger days. Golda was a beautiful young woman. Both Uncle B and Aunt Golda had wonderful humorous ways and were fun to be with. I loved them both dearly and miss them still today.


Obituary of Ray Dean Fuller
January 7, 1944 - March 20, 2018

Ray Dean Fuller
7 Jan 1944 - 20 Mar 2018
Posted on March 21, 2018 Ray Dean Fuller, 74, of Crossville, TN was born on January 7, 1944 to the late Delzie B. and Golda Adams Fuller in Isom, Kentucky. He passed away on March 20, 2018. Mr. Fuller was a quality member of his family and his family of friends. His craftsmanship, love of animals, and his athleticism grew deep connections in his family and in his friendships. He served proudly as a Sergeant in The United States Air Force for six years. He enjoyed traveling and loved spending time with his dog, Buddy. He was a member of the Church of Christ in the Glade and was devoted Christian. All of those who knew him were proud to know him and of his love, accomplishments, service, and his faith.

“We will see you later” He is survived by his wife, Paula Fuller; daughter, Robin Fuller; stepchildren, Steve Mathus (Arlene), Duane Kindred (Kristie), Shell Halvorson (Bruce), and Jennifer Robinson (Wade); 9 grandchildren; 3 great grandchildren; sisters, Anna Lee Anderson and Phyllis Asher; several nieces and nephews and many cousins. He is preceded in death by his parents; and grandchild, Jacob Halvorson. A memorial service for Ray will be held on Saturday, March 24, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at the Church of Christ in the Glade.


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