Born: April 21, 1941
Died: March 06, 2016
Stanley Harold Fuller, (Yeoman 1st Cl., USN Ret.), age 74, passed away peacefully on Sunday (March 6, 2016). Born April 21, 1941 in Berlin, NH, he was the last surviving child of the late Harold and Helen (Merrill) Fuller. He leaves to mourn his passing but cherish his memory his loving wife of nearly 50 years, Karen (Glidden) Fuller of No. Franklin; three children, Pamela Endsley and her husband, Edward of No. Franklin, David and wife, Teri of Port St. John, FL and Timothy and wife, Jessica of Killingly; six grandchildren, Kylie, Kayla, Mackenzie, Riley, Madison and Greyson; Karen’s siblings, Kathy Hinojos of Canterbury, Darlene Glidden and husband, Bill Swale of Norwich and Douglas Glidden and wife, Jayne of Gainesville, GA; and numerous extended family and friends. He served his country proudly with the United States during his 22 1/2 year career which included the entire Vietnam War. Following his retirement from the service, he had worked as a talented floral designer in eastern Connecticut for many years. Stan then went on to work as an administrative assistant for the AETNA until his “second” retirement in 2006. Most recently a resident of No. Franklin, he and Karen had made their home in Norwich, Hebron and Lebanon. Since 1981, they have been active parishioners of the First Congregational Church of Lebanon. A true lover of music and the arts, Stan was a talented Tenor, singing in numerous barbershop groups and enjoyed volunteering at The Bushnell. A Memorial Service celebrating his life (with full military honors) will be observed 11 am Saturday (March 12th) at the First Congregational Church of Lebanon (located at the Jct. of Rtes. 87 & 207). The family will receive guests one hour prior to the service at the church. He will be laid to rest at sea by the United States Navy. Care of arrangements has been entrusted to the Aurora-McCarthy Funeral Home of Colchester.