Gerald Glenn Fuller was born to his parents, Ada Mae Heath and Gerald Dalton Fuller on May 29, 1940 in Pontiac, Oakland, Michigan. His spirit returned to his heavenly home to reunite with his parents and eldest son, Benjamin Glenn Fuller in the evening of Monday, May 1, 2023. He is survived by his beloved wife of 55 years, Vilma Yolanda Carballido Fuller, his 6 children, and 21 grandchildren. Also surviving, his younger brother, confidante and best friend, Thomas Fuller (Myrtle). Tom and Glenn were the only children of their devoted parents. His children Sara Blaine (Niel), Beverly Gams (Greg), Cristina Faustini (Val), Susan Udall (Rhett), Meloney Rogers (Kelsey) and Al, a.k.a. Gerald Fuller (Randi) are grieved at his passing but grateful their dad can finally rest in peace.
Glenn started life as an energetic boy with a love of learning and service. He entered the Marine Corp at the age of 18 touring and training overseas, during which he discovered the Book of Mormon. Knowing it as another testament of Jesus Christ, he converted to full membership to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was baptized July 4, 1965, and is a devoted, active member heretofore. Glenn also studied business receiving his MBA from the University of Phoenix. He appreciated technology earning certificates in computer processing, and his love in this field became his life’s work. Glenn moved his family to Mesa, Arizona in 1977, where he stayed for the rest of his life. He has been passionate about doing the right thing, living a Christ-like life and spending time with his family. Family was always his driving force and greatest motivation. If you would like to make a donation in his honor the family has requested to send it to Hospice services or Alzheimers/Dementia research.
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Our thoughts are with you, Yolanda and family.
You are in our prayers.
To my Dearest Yolanda and Glenn Fuller, rest in love and peace. What a sweet family forever in my heart. See you soon. Good willing and creek don’t rise. Hugs n prayers. Miss y’all.
I am so sorry for your loss, I lost my wife Janice last year 5/15/2022 . I to know what all of you are going thru, The Lord will have open arms for Glenn, as well as my Wife. Glenn was my best friend.
We are very sorry to hear that Glenn is gone…He was much loved and appreciated for his kindness and cheerful spirit… Undoubtedly he has gone ahead to program a way for the rest of us to follow…
Gayle and I are sorry to hear this sad news…Glenn was always a true friend… we appreciated his kind spirit.