Janet Fuller

01/29/1933 - 11/26/2019
Service Date: 12/20/2019
Service Time: 11:00 a.m.
Service Location: City of Mesa Cemetery
Interment: City of Mesa Cemetery

Our sister Janet Fuller, 86, has passed the bonds of this life and returned to be with her God, Savior and loved ones after a brief illness. She was born to Orin C and Faun Ellsworth Fuller and has three siblings, Ann Johnson (Ernest) deceased, Dena Spain (Andrew) and Donald O. (Kay). She attended and graduated from Mesa High School when Mesa was still a small town with only one high school.

Janet was a life long member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served where she was called. Her family, nieces and nephews and their families were always a focal point in her life. She loved to serve and help others when she could and most of all loved her friends with whom she could visit and spend time.

To all who knew and loved Janet thank you for your love, kindnesses and the blessing you have been in her life. You were truly special to her and greatly loved by her. We remember her kindly for all the good she has done and the blessings we have received because of her.

Condolences

  • My Condolences to all the Fuller Family, from the family of Don and Donna Millett family. Don is now deceased, but he knew Orin Fuller so well, Orin would come to Don’s office which was on 1st Ave. and South Mesa Dr. often and Don and he would have a nice long visit together. They both knew so many people in Mesa and were good friends. They both loved the Gospel of Jesus Christ and were outstanding men in Mesa and are remembered by many. Faun and Janet are remembered for their goodness to others. Now we are left to carry on and can remember where they lived and loved Mesa. Can’t find better people to be friends with.

  • Janet was always a bright light in our relief society. We loved her in Vineyard Ward. She had the sharpest mind when it came to people and she remembered even the smallest detail about people she met. 20, 30 or even 40 years could pass between seeing you and she would still remember your moms name or inquire about a mutual friend. We love Janet!

  • Randy and Sally cooper

    We had the privedge of taking Janet to church for 7!years. She would eagerly talk to Randy about the football games. She said she use to watch them with her Dad. Randy and Janet shared the same Birthday. I loved going and having lunch with her at the Towers. She will be missed by all who knew her.

  • I am so grateful to have known Janet. She was always so kind to me and my family. My daughters especially enjoyed visiting with Janet. I have always felt loved and noticed when Janet was near. She will be very missed!

  • I enjoyed knowing Janet, and she was truly an example of her faith. She had such a beautiful smile that

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