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Jeanne Marie DeHass Fullman

June 6, 1926September 13, 2020

Jeanne Marie DeHass Fullman, 94 of Toano, Virginia passed away on Sunday, September 13, 2020.

Jeanne was born on June 6, 1926 in St. Avold, France. As a teenager, she survived the World War II German occupation of France and D-Day liberation. She met her future husband, Charles F. Fullman, an American GI, in France where they were later married.

Charlie and Jeanne Fullman returned to Hampton, Virginia to begin their family. Jeanne was a devoted housewife and mother of their four children.

Jeanne was preceded in death by her husband, Charles F. Fullman; daughter, Robbin F. Helms; son, Kim D. Fullman. She is survived by her sons, Charles L. Fullman (Glennell) of Hampton and Larry F. Fullman of Toano; sister, Lissi Winkler of Germany; four grandchildren, Abigail Contreras, Elizabeth Kidd, Caroline Walker (all of Charlottesville) and Jonathan Helms of Toano, as well as eight great-grandchildren.

Jeanne's favorite activities included cooking, fishing with her husband at Grandview Fishing Pier in Hampton and family gatherings. Her love for her family was evident in her daily life, and she will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.

A graveside ceremony officiated by Pastor Alex Witt, will be conducted 10:00 am, Thursday, September 17 at Parklawn Memorial Park in Hampton.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Our Savior's Lutheran Church at 7479 Richmond Rd., Williamsburg, VA 23188.


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Elke Winkler

September 18, 2020

I'm sad about the message that aunt Jeannie passed away so she had reached a respactable age. But it is sad nevertheless. Aunt Jeannie came to St. Avold und to us, my mother Lissi and my father Rolf, my sister Carole and me, together with Robin in summer 1975. Now I know that it was the only time I met her and Robin. I always thought to come to see her in her home but as I know now it never will happen. She was there in the stories of my mother and never was a stranger. She was part of our family and her family was a part as well. So I wish Larry and Jonathan all the best.
I embrace you


September 18, 2020

Together with my mother Jacqueline, daughter of Kurt and Tillie in St Avold, we wanted to send you all our thoughts from France in this difficult moment. Even thoughI have never met her, Jannie has always been part of our family, the aunt from the USA. We share your sadness. May she rest in peace.


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