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Harry R. Fullerton
May 11, 1948 ~ September 22, 2023 (age 75) 75 Years Old
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OMG! I was in shock hearing that Harry had passed. I use to tease him and say are you on #7 (nine lives). Harry had an appointment with me this passed thursday . I called , because sometimes he would well mess up the day or time. I couldn't get through to his cell. after trying a few times ,I started looking into it more . My heart aches for his family. He spoke so highly of his kids, grandkids and always talked about how Sue put up with him. I will miss you Harry and all the conversations we have had every month. Till we meet again😘
October 5, 2023 1:43 PM
My condolences to all the Fullerton family. Rest easy Harry
September 29, 2023 9:27 AM
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My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Beverly Camp
September 29, 2023 6:55 AM
Harry was a gem. He loved his family dearly and even though these last several years he had some health difficulties he was always there for my grandson Noah cheering him on at his many games. Baseball, Football and basketball. He was a great Papa to all his grandkids and will be missed greatly. RIP Harry.
Howard & Ellie
September 28, 2023 9:46 PM
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Harry my long time friend....we worked together for many years at Industrial Welding on the waterfront, and remained friends when he went on to work for Brackett Machine. Harry was not only a co worker but a great friend. His family and mine traveled together to spend a week at Disney and it was a memorable experience. Harry and Sue and his children became close friends to myself and my wife Ellie. I remember, as a runner, I did get Harry involved in a bit of road running "to get in shape". He loved it and, don't know why I talked him into running his first, and oh yeah, his last half marathon (13.1 miles) at the White Mountain Milers Half Marathon in North Conway, NH. He finished, was happy about his accomplishment but simply said to me, never ask me again Howard. one and done. Didn't see him and Sue much after I left work but did see him a bit later on in the years, and it was like we never were apart. RIP my friend and best to Sue, Mark, Mike, Kim and Katie and their families. Oh yeah, I remember when we had our first grandbaby, he looked at Isaac and said "i want one of them" and low behold he had twice as many as we did. And yes, I do need to mention that after his first, he said me ""why can't we just skip kids and go straight to grandkids"? :) Howard & Ellie