It is such a shock to learn of Mr. Fullmer's death. He was such an interesting and talkative person at the 807 Tank Destroyer Battalion reunions. He attended many of the reunions over the years where he was always cordial, friendly and helpful. It is sad to lose another TD buddy but he has many of them waiting for him to go over old times. He was encouraging about the Newsletter publication and contributed articles from time to time. The remaining 807 members and friends extend their sympathies to the Fullmer family. He will be sadly missed.
I was shocked and saddened to find Mr. Fullmer's obituary online just a few minutes ago. Mr. Fullmer was in THE war with my father. We stayed in touch mostly via the newsletter my sister and I send out for the 807th TD BN and via email. He was something else!! Enjoyed being acquainted with him and loved his emails! God bless! Valora Strickland, Atlanta GA
Jeannine, it's been too long but I wanted you to know how very sorry I am for the loss of your father. May it comfort you to know that he is now with God and that one day, you will see him again. God is with you and your family in your sorrow. Renee (Saxton) Graham
I never had a better teacher, we all loved & respected Mr. Fullmer & the schools need more like him. I'm so sorry he's gone, bless his heart.
Jenny (Keys) Brayton
Mr. Fullmer was one of my favorite teachers at Central Junior High. So sorry to hear of his passing. My condolences to the family.