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Dean Horace Fuller

10/21/1955 - 12/14/2022
Service Date: 12/22/2022
Service Time: 12:00 PM
Service Location: Bunker's Garden Chapel
Visitation Date: 12/22/2022
Visitation Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Visitation Location: Bunker's Garden Chapel - 33 N. Centennial Way, Mesa, Arizona 85201
Interment: City of Mesa Cemetery

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Dean H. Fuller aged 67 passed away in Mesa, Arizona on December 14, 2022.

He is leaving behind his sister Sharon Vincent and his brother Daryl Fuller as well as his surviving children Chad, Jason, Michael, and Dixie Fuller.

He was a truck driver for 48 years. He had a love for World War II airplanes, ships and Westerns. He loved to see the country and shared his memories with his family. He was a selfless man willing to help anyone in need.

Arrangements by Bunker’s Garden Chapel, www.bunkerfuneral.com. Should this obituary appear anywhere but bunkerfuneral.com, please check our website for accurate details and service information.


  • Thanks for being a wonderful, loving, kind, helpful brother. Somehow you always shared joy and optimism. You are already missed. I love you.

  • Thank you for being such a wonderful, kind, considerate and loving brother. You somehow always shared joy and optimism. You made life better for our family, and many others. You are missed already. I love you brother.

  • How I will miss the rare opportunities to run into you and experience your genuine happiness of running into each other. You were always fun and happy to be among family and friends. We will miss you cousin. You made my life happier every time I was with you. My and Leon’s prayers now are for your children and for Sharon and Daryl. We love you all and pray for peace and comfort during this time.

  • Russ and June Vincent Cherry

    We are sorry for the loss of this member of your family. When seeing this photo of Dean, I can’t place who, but I see the characteristics of that face in his nephews and great nephews.

  • Dear Dean—-I am so glad that we reconnected after many years cousin! I really enjoyed your involvement in our family parties! You brought great conversation, laughter and kindness! You were willing to help out without even being asked! I will cherish the fun memories and I’ll miss your fun stories and adventures from your many trucking travels! You will always have a special place in my heart forever! Love you!

  • Kevin and Cherri Anderson

    After Cherri had printed out the Service Information as we talked about scheduling we shared one very memorable meeting we had with Dean when we were living in Oklahoma and Dean was driving big rigs over the road. One evening we received a call from Dean and he let us know that he was driving through and he was at a truck stop very near to our house in Norman just off the I 35. Cherri and I were delighted, and headed down to the stop immediately and we were blessed to share a very wonderful hour long meal with Dean just catching up on family news. Being Military Gypsies its not often we were blessed to visit with family. Dean being on a tight schedule thought enough of us as family to stop, give us a call and invite us to dinner. For me that speaks most eloquiently of who Dean is and always will be in our hearts.

  • Dear Uncle Dean, thank you for being a wonderful friend, Uncle, and member of our family. I always enjoyed talking with you and our shared interest in WW2 airplanes and aviation, and history. You are missed, and we look forward to being reunited with you.

  • Dear Uncle, thank you for being a friend with an easy laugh who cared about me and others. I always enjoyed talking with you about your travels, and appreciated your interest and support in mine. I’ll miss you, your jokes, and talking with you on the phone.

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