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Hartselle Enquirer

June Guthrie Fuller

March 29, 2016

Funeral for retired nurse and coal miner’s daughter June Guthrie Fuller will be Sat., April 2, at 11a.m. at Peck Funeral Home.

Burial will follow at Hartselle City Cemetery. Visitation is from 6 to 8 p.m. Fri., April 1.

Mrs. Fuller died Tues., March 29. She was born May 5, 1918, at Galloway mining camp, Carbon Hill. She was the sixth of thirteen children of Dell and Kate Johnson Guthrie. She moved to Morgan County in 1938 to attend nursing training at the old Benevolent Hospital, precursor to Decatur General, and in 1940 married farmer Robert Herman Fuller of the Gum Springs community. Mrs. Fuller worked at Hartselle Hospital and for the late Dr. Harold Blanton during a thirty-plus year career. Following retirement in 1983, she regularly visited friends and family in their homes and in nursing homes. Mrs. Fuller enjoyed fishing and gardening but her love was for her family, her Lord and her church. She is preceded in death by her husband; parents; brothers, Walter, Clarence “Bo”, Walker, and J.W. Guthrie; and sisters Clara McGough, Ruby Morrow, Evelyn Williams, Helen McGough, Maxine Boles and Willodean Barnett.

Mrs. Fuller is survived by daughters, Laura Tapscott (Marlon) and Sandra Seibert (Tommy) of Hartselle; sons, Robert Luther Fuller (Beverly) of Broken Arrow, Okla. and Tommy Fuller of Charlotte, NC; grandchildren, Lasanna Holmes, Melissa Roberson (Russell), Myron Tapscott (Terri), Steve Seibert (Maria), Leanna Tennyson (Jeff), and Lana Tew (Brandon) of Morgan County, and Robert Seibert (Monya) of Hayesville, NC; sisters, Merita Evans of Oakman, and Barbara Collins of Robertsdale; numerous nieces and nephews; and 17 great-grandchildren; and 10 great-great-grandchildren.

Donations to the First Methodist Church of Hartselle, where she was a member for 64 years, would be an honor to her memory. The family wishes to express their thanks for the love and care provided by Mrs. Essie Harris, Kimberly Lewis, Pam Grisham, Terri Tapscott and staff of Hospice of North Alabama during Mrs. Fuller’s season of decline.

 

 

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