Albert Earl Fuller Albert Earl Fuller, a Tulare resident for 40 years, passed away on December 26, 2012. Al was born on October 17, 1923 in Montgomery, Alabama to Ernest and Clara (Shows) Fuller. He was a WWII Army Veteran who served in the Philippines. Following the war, Al attended San Francisco City College where he met Enid Rosenthal. They wed in 1949 and were married for 58 years. Enid died in 2007, with Al providing loving care for the last few years of her life. Al worked for the Bank of America for 36 years, and was Vice President and Manager of the Tulare branch when he retired in 1984. He served a term as one of eight advisors on the Bank of America's President's Council. Al loved sports of all kinds and was an avid golfer. But his biggest passion was his family. He was a devoted and loving husband, parent, grandfather, and brother. Al's great sense of humor, and unwavering support for his family, lives on in the hearts and minds of his children and grandchildren. Al is survived by his children, Lynn Mitchell of Visalia, Scott Fuller (Shirley) of San Jose, Kurt Fuller (Jessica Hendra) of Los Angeles, and John Fuller (Jenny) of Roswell, GA; and his grandchildren Dominic, Leah, Devin, Ryan, Julia and Charlotte. Al was preceded in death by his sisters, Ann Cashman and Dorothy Granthum. Donations in Al's name may be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation at 26 Broadway, 14th Floor New York, NY 10004.
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Published in Visalia Times-Delta and Tulare Adv-Register on Jan. 1, 2013