ERIC MELVIN FULLER
ERIC MELVIN FULLER
Eric Melvin Fuller, son of Mickey Joe and Kimberly Rae (Handy) Fuller, was born May 10, 2006 at Mercy Hospital in Des Moines, Iowa. Eric along with mom, dad, and his sister Lilly, moved to Kellerton about 3 years ago. Eric completed third grade at Mount Ayr Elementary School.
Eric was active in Cub Scout Troop #39 in Mount Ayr and he aspired to be in the military. Eric loved to be outdoors. He spent his free time riding his bike; he would go fishing and camping whenever possible; and he was a big fan of rodeos and he participated in Muttin-bustin’ a couple of times. He also liked to play with his legos and Ninja Turtles. Eric loved school and liked to learn new things. Eric was kind-hearted and lovable. He was a friend to everyone and looked out for other people. Eric and Lilly had a special brother/sister relationship and they were truly best friends. Eric was truly loved by all because he showed them love. Eric went home to heaven on August 12, 2015.
Those who will always love and treasure their time with him include his parents Mickey and Kim Fuller and sister Lilly all of Kellerton; older siblings Ashley (Sam) Blaisdell of St. Charles, IA, Krystal (Jared) Munyon of Mount Ayr, and Kenneth Thiessen of Ames, IA; paternal grandparents Peggy and Jim Werkmeister of Dennison, IA; uncles and aunts include David (Nora) Handy of Kellerton, Kris (Brad D) Weaver of Martensdale, Charles Handy of Indianola, Daniel (Heather) Handy of Norwalk, Tina (Doug) Fuller of Delloit, IA, and Carrie (Aaron) Perkins of Logan, IA; seven nieces and nephews; several cousins; other relatives and many good friends.
A celebration of life will be held 1 p.m. Saturday, October 24 in the Mount Ayr Elementary School gymnasium with Pastor Bill Armstrong officiating. Songs include “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” and “Rollin’ Through The Sunshine.” A memorial fund has been established in his name.
Watson-Armstrong Funeral Home in Mount Ayr is in charge of his arrangements and online condolences maybe left under the obituary category at www.watsonarmstrongfh.com.