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Almeda F. Fuller 09/14/2015

September 15th, 2015 Leave a comment Go to comments

Picture2Almeda F. Fuller
Almeda F. Fuller, 83, of DeKalb Junction, died on September 14, 2015, at Riverledge Health Care, Ogdensburg. Calling hours will be 7 – 9 PM , Thursday, September 17th , the funeral service will be Friday,  September 18th, 10 am,  at the Allen-Denesha Funeral Home, DeKalb Junction, Father Douglas Lucia officiating, burial will follow in Hermon Cemetery, Hermon, New York. She is survived by her husband, John M. Fuller, sons John M. and his wife Carol Fuller of Lutz, Florida, Timothy F. and his wife Kathy Fuller of Pyrites, Paul D. Fuller of Lisbon, a daughter Joy I. and her husband Richard Prince of San Antonio, Texas, a sisters, Beatrice Charland of Malone, Pearl and her husband John Woodin of Poughkeepsie, Jeanne Zemko of Fort Myers, Florida, 7 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her sisters, Violet Perrault, Gilda Streeter, Yvonne Harrington, Marie Derosia and Margaret Gregory. Almeda was born on on August 4, 1932 in Churabusco, New York, the daughter of the late Francis and Viola Spoor Derosia. She graduated from Henry Abbott Technical School in Danbury, Connecticut as a licensed practical  nurse. She married John M. Fuller, on August 10, 1950 in Ellenburg Corners, New York. Almeda was a licensed practical nurse in New Milford, Connecticut until her retirement in 1993 and was a member of St. Henry’s Church, DeKalb Junction. Contributions can be made to the Canton Free Library.

  1. Sandra Anderson
    September 16th, 2015 at 23:16 | #1

    My heart is sad over this loss of a good, good friend. But I have so many wonderful memories of times spent with my friend. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Jack, and the rest of the family.

    • kathy
      September 18th, 2015 at 23:46 | #2

      Thank you Sandy.
      She treasured the memories she shared with you as well and the letters that you exchanged. The nurses and CNAs all took excellent care of her and enjoyed her natural use of medical “lingo”. They recognized a kindred spirit !! It’s been a long road, but she was able to be at home with only a few stays in a rehab unit at a nursing home. Jack would love to talk with you when you have more time. Congratulations on your daughter’s marriage, life all balances out.

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