OBITUARY

Joseph Wayne Fuller Sr.

January 11, 1954March 15, 2020

Joseph W. Fuller, a retired Prattville Fireman and life-long resident of Prattville, AL, passed away peacefully on March 15, 2020 at the age of 66. Joe was born in Montgomery on January 11, 1954, to Jean Douglas Fuller (Schuffert) and Joseph Fuller. On March 8 2012 he married his loving wife Dianne in Prattville, AL. Joe graduated with an associate degree in Emergency Medical Technology from the Trenholm State Technical College in 1997. He retired as a Captain from the Prattville Fire Department with many years of service to the city he loved. A master craftsman, Joe was also the owner of Fuller Custom Stairs through which he passed on his trade to his son, Jody. He was an active member of the Sons of the American Legion. Joe was a devoted husband, father, and grandfather. He enjoyed fishing, cooking, and riding motorcycles. He loved to eat barbeque and Mexican food. Joe absolutely hated pizza. He was also a problem-solver who loved to tinker, build, and fix things. He loved to work on projects with his son, Jody. Joe is preceded in death by his parents, Jean Schuffert and Joseph Fuller; stepparents Bill Schuffert and Drucilla Schuffert; his brother, Virgil Fuller; and his second wife, Sue Nabors Fuller. Joe is survived by his wife, Dianne Fuller; his children, Jody Fuller and Misty Fuller Trumble (Mark); stepchildren, Kandi, Jason (Tonya), Steven (Judy), his sister, Wanda Mehan (John), and his grandchildren, Graham, Samantha, Preston, Jackson, Kaleb, Jakub, Chyna and Jayda. He will be deeply missed by his family, friends, and all who knew him. The family of Joe wishes to extend our sincere thanks to the Dr. Stephen P. Suggs and the ICU nurses at Baptist Hospital South. They would also like to thank Becky Mangrum, Peggy Welsh, Becky B, Eddie and Anita Westbrook, Carol Cook Carter and Amanda Cook Fuller.

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Wanda Mehan

March 21, 2020

Joe was My Brother and I loved him very much. As a youngster he would go through neighbors trash on the way home from school and bring items home. He was a jokester and once let a bunch of Frogs loose in the house. He was famous for his backyard barbeques and Homemade Barbeque Sauce. I loved my Brother Joe and Wife Dianne very much may he RIP. When my Husband John and I would visit during the summer from New York we would always enjoy their company and Barbeques by the pool.

Cynthia Missildine

March 21, 2020

Joseph was a bother in law that always had a smile and a hug for me he had a tender heart and I loved him like a brother.

Stanley Gann

March 21, 2020

Worked with Joe from 81 until his retirement, he was a hard worker, a good one to learn from as a young FF and he served the citizens of Prattville with distinction.

Susan Reynolds

March 21, 2020

Joe was a very nice person and worked hard as a fireman. So sorry to hear about his passing but know he is no longer suffering.

Pamela coward

March 20, 2020

I loved the way you loved my aunt dianne and family. You always smiled and and tried to make people smile. Fly high up there and ride on. We will all miss you. Much love

Becky Mangrum

March 20, 2020

There are so many things but most of all i loved dumpster diving with you..lol.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY