In loving memory of

Helen Fuller
April 13, 1933 - March 26, 2021

Helen Fuller, age 87, went home to be with the Lord on March 26, 2021. Helen was born in Newnan, Georgia and grew up at Faith Mission in Crystal Beach, FL. She met her husband of 57 years (Richard D. Fuller) in Dunedin, FL. Helen was all about family. She loved having all the family together especially during the holidays and the annual week at the beach. The doors to her home were always open and she never minded setting another plate at the table when the kids would bring friends home. She will be remembered for her unconditional love, her generosity, her quick wit and fun sense of humor, her unwavering faith, and her love for her family and friends. Helen was always proud of her grandkids and great grandkids and wanted to be present for all their activities. She was preceded in death by her husband, Richard. Helen is survived by her Brother, Arthur Stokes of Texas, Son, David E. Fuller (Jody), Daughter, Lynda L. Reck (David), Granddaughter, Jennifer Houle (Shawn), Granddaughter, Rebecca Standridge (Richard), Grandson, Cameron Reck, Granddaughter, Lyndsey Filler (Matt), four Great Grandchildren, Riley and Zoey Houle, Emma and Noah Standridge, and Niece, Connis Smith and family of Utah and Nephew, Daniel Fuller and family of CA. A celebration of life will be held at 11:00am at Dunnellon Presbyterian Church on Thursday, April 8, 2021. Arrangements are being handled by Roberts of Ocala, Ocala, Florida.
Contributions in honor of her memory may be made to the Faith Mission Fund. Please make donations payable to Pinellas community Foundation (with Helen Fuller in the memo line )17755 US Highway 19 N. Ste 150 Clearwater, FL 33764.


The Strickland's wrote on Apr 8, 2021:

"Our thought and prayers are with all the family, as you celebrate the wonderful life of Helen. Helen was a very special friend to our family. She was loved and remembered for her laugh, wit, positive attitude, and deep compassion for others. She will be deeply missed, but never forgotten. May she rest in peace, as she joins Richard. Love The Strickland's "