Gran F Fuller

September 18, 1958March 9, 2019

On Saturday, March 9, 2019, Gran Fuller, loving father of one child, passed away at the age of 60. Gran was born on September 18, 1958, in Pensacola, FL, to Gran and Barbara Fuller. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University in State College, PA in 1981, and worked in the defense industry for over 30 years for Raytheon. While in high school, Gran was a member of the National Honor Society and participated in bowling, golf and tennis. Beyond high school, Gran was an enthusiastic and avid Penn State Nittany Lions football fan and also enjoyed baseball, hockey and auto racing. Later in life, Gran enjoyed spending quality time with his daughter, Jordan. Gran was preceded in death by his father, Gran. He is survived by his mother, Barbara, his daughter, Jordan, his three brothers, Greg, Gary, and George, and his sister, Laura.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, March 16, 2019

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Kemp Johnson

March 19, 2019

Gran, we worked together for many years and had many a good time. You are missed.

Joe Bailey

March 16, 2019

Gran it was my pleasure knowing you for over 35 years as co-workers at Raytheon. I know you will still be rooting for Penn State & the Eagles. You were a great person to work with and I love your passion for ensuring the product was top shelf when delivering to our customers. I will miss our friendship, Rest In Peace my brother.

Pat and Debbie Logue

March 16, 2019

We are Gran’s neighbours. We always enjoyed the times we spent with Gran and his buddy Lucky.
Sharing stories and a lot of laughter on our patio. Gran was always in good humour and willing to offer help with anything.
We will miss him very much!
Pat and Debbie

Linda Dodson

March 15, 2019

RIP my friend, we worked on many projects together at E-Systems, we conversed quite a bit sharing stories, etc. You were always the light in the room when the lights seemed to dim. Your laugh and smile will never be forgotten.

drew reinhardt

March 14, 2019

I've known my friend for 43 years, and were in a lot of contact for the last several years after he entered retirement. We went to high school together and stayed in close contact even though college sent us to different parts of the world, we still made time to stay in touch by phone and visiting, when time permitted. I visited him over the years in Fla. and he would visit me when home to see his family. We shared many fun times along the way, and I can truly say that in all that time we never had any major arguments or differences. We enjoyed talking sports, politics, news, relationships, family and life in general, always with his unique sense of humor. We shared of love of tennis , golf , Eagles football, Fox news, weight lifting, hatred of all things liberal, not all music but most, our shared friends, cars, motorcycles, in fact their wasn't much we ever disagreed on but even then we still respected each other's viewpoint. It is rare in this world that you have a friendship last so long, and I will always cherish knowing my friend. Rest easy Gran, and one day we will see each other again, bring your sticks so I can woop your ass on Heaven's best course. Your Friend, Drew

Greg Moyle

March 14, 2019

It's a sad day for the Raytheon SSHPA team to lose a valued member who lived life to the fullest. Your enthusiastic sarcasm was a delight to ponder, and a bit infectious. This helped keep the team grounded and not too full of itself. Your happy go lucky attitude was a perfect complement to the more serious team members. RIP my friend.

Jim Powers

March 14, 2019

I met Gran after I transferred from Raytheon in Portsmouth, Rhode Island to St Pete. about 10 years ago. He was a great help to me as I did not know anything about the work environment or Florida for that matter. He always had a smile and was willing to help!! We worked together to support the CEC Program. I retired a little before Gran. We kept in contact over the last several years. I enjoyed his friendship!! He will be greatly missed by me and all those that knew him! Rest In Peace my friend!!!!

Mark Pollo

March 14, 2019

Gran was my next door neighbor in the Barracks at Penn State. That is where all us misfits actually fit together. We had loud music, lots of drink and many funny stories from our time there. I will never forget Gran and these stories since they we so memorable. The last time we were together we discussed politics and had a great time. That was 7 years ago. Where does the time go? You will be missed amigo, and I hope they have some fast cars or bikes where you are. The " Caveman ".

Bill Coleman

March 14, 2019

Gran, I really enjoyed working with you on SSHPA. You made us all better at our jobs, and it was so much fun. As a car buff, you were the first person I knew with a built-in car GPS. I loved hearing your high speed Corvette and Acura work commute stories. You made everything fun!

Lynne Ziter

March 14, 2019

Always enjoyed seeing your smile, Gran. Fun times watching football with you and working with you was such a pleasure. Will miss you - We are! LZ