LeRoy Fuller

LeRoy Fuller

LeRoy E. Fuller of Plainwell, Michigan passed away Wednesday, December 14, 2011 in Kalamazoo. Mr. Fuller was born January 5, 1941 to Elgin and Annis Fuller. For over 30 years he was employed with Plainwell Paper Co. In his leisure time he enjoyed traveling, spending time up-north, going out to eat, Sunday drives, spending time at the beach and working in his yard. LeRoy was a loving father and grandfather.

Surviving are two daughters and a son, Wendy Harson-Ahmad of Otsego, Tony Fuller of Allegan and Tammie (Greg) Honeysett of Plainwell; grandchildren, Jason (Char) Harson, Ashley (Robert) Love, Brent (Nikki) White, Kyle, Jordan and Brittany Honeysett; two great-granddaughters, and twin great-granddaughters expected soon; a sister, Sandy (Richard) Russell of Wayland. He was preceded in death by his parents.

Friends may meet with his family at the Winkel Funeral Home, Otsego, on Tuesday from 12 Noon until the time of the funeral service at 1:00 P.M., funeral celebrant Bill Rose officiating. Burial will follow at Mountain Home Cemetery, Otsego.

Contributions in memory of LeRoy may be made to the American Heart Association.

Messages of condolence may be left at www.WinkelFuneralHome.com

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  1. Ray& Joyce Shattuck says:

    Sandy and LeRoys Family, We go way back our family wre friends,many years a go.Raymond and LeRoy were friends also be for they worked together. We would see your father and Richard Guber and had some good talks, and oh we ate out together. LeRoy Rich and Ray loved to go out to eat. Many years of good times.He loved his family very much.Ray and Rich will miss him. RAY & JOYCE

  2. Leanne says:

    Hi Fuller family,

    My thoughts and condolences are with you all…….I was LeRoy’s waitress at Big Boy restaurant a few years back. He was very dear to me when I worked there, and even after I got married and moved away, he visited me once, just to see how I was doing. I’ll never forget his wedding present to me – a camera (engagement present) and a video camera. He told me that those were the moments I couldn’t miss out on, so I needed to capture them in the right way, so he wanted to make sure of that. He was such a generous man, and so sweet to me. We lost touch, and I wondered how he was doing. I was so sad to read this, as I just returned home to be with my family for Christmas. He will be dearly missed by many people, and especially by me. May the Lord be with you all as you adjust to life without him, and just know that he touched my life in a special way and that I felt very blessed to have him for a friend.


  3. pamela phelps says:

    HE was the best friend i ever had and my family have been blessed to have him in our lives we’ll miss you on the holidays tell mom hi for us till we meet again

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