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Kim M. Fuller, age 66, of Girard, died Friday, January 25, 2013, at his home, following a lengthy illness. Born September 23, 1946, in Erie, he was a son of the late Magee Fuller and Rhodna Savella Fuller Sprague. Kim was a graduate of Strong Vincent High School and served in the U.S. Air Force. He had been employed as bank manager at Marine Bank, finance manager at Bianchi Motors, salesman at Hytron Lighting, and retired from Fairview School District, after which he worked part-time at Burton Funeral Home. Kim had served as president of the Elk Valley Rotary Club, United Way Chairman and was a Boy Scout leader for the Webelos Division. He was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church, in Girard, where he had served on the Church Council. Kim also volunteered at the Tom Ridge Environmental Center. He enjoyed swimming, fishing, golfing, being with his grandchildren and playing with his faithful dog Seamus and grand-dogs, Dakota, Boomer and Putter. In addition to his parents, Kim was preceded in death by stepfather Garth Sprague, and his brother-in-law Dennis Goetz. He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Nancy L. Goetz Fuller, a daughter, Nickol Pratt and her husband Timothy; two sons, Erik Fuller and his wife Anne and their children Thomas and Claire, and Kevin Fuller; a brother, Kerry Fuller; half-sister, Catherine Agostinelli; half-brothers, Gregory, Patrick and Brian; as well as four nieces and two nephews. Private arrangements have been entrusted to the Burton Funeral Home, 525 Main Street East, in Girard. Memorials may be made to John Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation, 130 West 8th Street, Erie, PA 16501 or to Girard Borough Pool, 34 Main Street West, Girard, PA 16417. Condolences may be sent at www.Burtonfuneralhome.com.

Published in the Erie Times-News on Jan. 27, 2013
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