Larry Wayne Fuller, age 52, passed away, Thursday, April 27, 2017. Born to Gene Fuller and the late Jo Anne Farley Westall, on Dec. 16, 1964, in Long Beach, Calif.
Fuller graduated from Ole Main High School, North Little Rock in 1984. Shortly after in 1985, while riding on the back of his bud’s motorcycle down by Camp Robinson, he met the love of his life, Sheila Rene Cauldwell. They married on March 28, 1986.
Fuller started working with Baptist Hospital and continued with them for 30 plus years. During that time, he and Sheila were blessed with two children; Nicholas and Jennifer. He enjoyed life and looked forward to all that it offered: Taco Tuesday with Gordy, Annette and Cathie. Yearly trips to Danville to go deer hunting, all kinds of music, fishing with friends, the Kansas City Chiefs and the Razorbacks during their basketball and football seasons not to mention weekly poker and pool night with buddies. Fuller was a man who loved to tell corny jokes and make people laugh. He loved his family and extended family…if you were a friend to Fuller, than you were considered “family”. He was a man who had a positive outlook on life, always present…always available.
The family would like to thank the Baptist Health Medical Center family (especially the OR Staff) for being such great co-workers/friends. A special thank you to Charles Pharis and Tommy Kidd (along with the ER Staff at Baptist Health Medical Center, Springhill) for their dedication and service to Sheila and the kids during a most difficult time.
He is preceded in death by his mother; Jo Anne Farley Westall, his mother-in-law; Phyllis Cauldwell, Uncle Joe Rhineheart, his buddy; Alton Jay “Tinker” Milum, his grand-cats; Harry, Riley and Neko. He is survived by his loving and devoted wife; Sheila Rene Cauldwell Fuller, his son; Nicholas Fuller and his daughter; Jennifer Fuller, all of North Little Rock. Along with his Grand-Dogger; Jersey Jo, two brothers; John Fuller of Fayetteville and Paul Fuller of North Little Rock, three nieces; Amanda and Sarah Fuller of Fayettville and Andrea Fuller of North Little Rock. His godson; Branndon Martin. His ray of sunshine, sis-in-law; Angie Cauldwell, his “Boo”; Larry (Tanya) Martin and his best bud; Dean Miner, Aunt Ruth Rieder (Bill), Uncle David Rhineheart (Rita) of Paris, Ark., Sheila Rhineheart of Little Rock, and numerous cousins and friends.
And always Remember “You may be full — but I’m Fuller”
A Celebration of Life was held Friday, May at Roller-Owens Funeral Home, 5509 John F. Kennedy Blvd., North Little Rock.
Online guestbook: www.rollerfuneralhomes.com/owens .