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Glenn Fuller

April 16, 1943 — October 6, 2021

Services for Glenn Fuller, age 78, of Paullina who passed away on Wednesday, October 6, 2021, at Heartland Care Center in Marcus. His graveside service will be held at 1:00 P.M. on Sunday, October 10, 2021, at Prairie View Cemetery in Paullina with Pastor Marj Feltman ~ officiating.
Visitation with family present will be from 1:30 P.M. to 3:30 P.M. on Sunday, October 10, 2021 at the First Presbyterian Church in Paullina.
Arrangements are under the care of the Eldridge Family Funeral Home in Paullina.


IN LOVING MEMORY OF
GLENN FULLER

BORN
April 16, 1943
Cherokee, Iowa

PASSED AWAY
October 6, 2021
Marcus, Iowa

GRAVESIDE SERVICE
1:00 P.M. Sunday, October 10, 2021
Prairie View Cemetery; Paullina, Iowa
Pastor Marj Feltman ~ Officiating

VISITATION
With Family Present 1:30 P.M. ~ 3:30 P.M.
First Presbyterian Church; Paullina, Iowa

FINAL RESTING PLACE
Prairie View Cemetery
Paullina, Iowa

After today’s graveside service, relatives
and friends are Invited to join the family
in the fellowship hall of the
First Presbyterian Church in Paullina.

Arrangements are under the care of the
Eldridge Family Funeral Home; Paullina, Iowa.


GLENN FULLER

Glenn Fuller, the son of Walter and Irene (Turner) Fuller was born on April 16, 1943, in Cherokee, Iowa. Glenn passed away on Wednesday, October 6, 2021, at Heartland Care Center in Marcus, Iowa reaching the age of 78 years, 5 months, and 20 days.
Left to cherish his memory are his wife, Pam Fuller of Paullina; children, Mike (Jessi) Fuller of Tea, South Dakota and their children, Brooks (Kalli) Fuller, Savannah, Landyn and Kierra Fuller; Niki (Corey) Buss of Sergeant Bluff, Iowa and their children, Colby, Collin, Chloe, and Brody Buss, Jeni Vortherms of Orange City, Iowa and her children, Alyssa and Treyton, Sara Fuller (Gordy Shepherd) of Adel, Iowa, Bomber (Amy) Fuller of Sutherland, Iowa and their children, Ryan, Ryleigh and Charlie Fuller and Kimi (Cody) Leusink of Sioux Center, Iowa and their children, Brea and Liam. Glenn was also survived by a sister, Jean Deliganis of San Antonio, Texas and brother, George Fuller of Sioux City, Iowa, also nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.
Glenn was preceded in death by his parents and daughter, Kari Fuller.

GLENN FULLER

Glenn Fuller, 78, passed to his eternal rest on Wednesday, October 6, 2021 at Heartland Care Center in Marcus, Iowa following a courageous fight of 18 years with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. Glenn was born in Cherokee, Iowa on April 16, 1943 to Walter and Irene(Turner) Fuller, the youngest of three children. He grew up on the Fuller family farm northwest of Cherokee and attended elementary school in Meriden, Iowa and later, Immaculate Conception High School in Cherokee, graduating in 1961. After high school graduation he attended Iowa State University, returning later to help his dad on the family farm. During the course of his lifetime, his work was primarily in farming and in agribusiness...this was Glenn's “heart and soul”.
During his youth, Glenn was very active in 4-H, serving in many offices at the local and county level, as well as state level activities. In 1960-61, he was named Cherokee County “Outstanding Boys 4-H Club Member”. Also, that year he was an exchange student in an Iowa/Nebraska 4-H exchange program where he spent time living with a farm family in Custer County, Nebraska.
Following his marriage to Pam Spaan in 1970, Glenn moved to Paullina. Iowa He became a member of the O'Brien County Fair Board where he served many years and was involved in a variety of activities, During this time, he farmed in both Cherokee and O'Brien Counties, operated hog finishing units, and worked for several agribusinesses. In 2017, Glenn was inducted into the Iowa 4-H Hall of Fame as the representative from O'Brien County.
Glenn was always an active community member. He served for twenty years as a volunteer fireman and EMT with the Paullina Volunteer Fire Department. Also, he and his wife were hosts for international exchange students for several years.
Always a generous, kind and hard-working person, Glenn's greatest joy was his family. Left to cherish his memory are his wife, Pam Fuller of Paullina; children, Mike (Jessi) Fuller of Tea, South Dakota and their children, Brooks (Kalli) Fuller, Savannah, Landyn and Kierra Fuller, Niki (Corey) Buss of Sergeant Bluff, Iowa and their children, Colby, Collin, Chloe, and Brody Buss, Jeni Vortherms of Orange City, Iowa and her children, Alyssa and Treyton Vortherms, Sara Fuller (Gordy Shepherd) of Adel, Iowa, Bomber (Amy) Fuller of Sutherland, Iowa and their children, Ryan,Ryleigh and Charlie Fuller and Kimi (Cody) Leusink of Sioux Center, Iowa and their children, Brea and Liam Leusink. Glenn was also survived by a brother, George Fuller of Sioux City, Iowa and a sister, Dr.Jean Deliganis of San Antonio, Texas, also nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends.
Glenn was preceded in death by his parents, his in-laws, Dale and Jan Spaan, daughter, Kari Fuller as well as brothers-in-law, Dike Spaan and Dr.Tom Deliganis and sister-in-law, Linda Fuller.
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