Charlotte-Gulley Fuller-Obituary

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Charlotte A. Gulley Fuller

Tampa, Florida

Apr 25, 1946 – Sep 21, 2021 (Age 75)


April 25, 1946
September 21, 2021
Tampa, Florida


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A celebration of life service for Sister Charlotte Ann Gulley Fuller was held Wednesday September 29, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. at Center For Manifestation, Dr. Mark T. Jones, Sr. Pastor with Dr. Bartholomew Banks, Sr. of St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, Officiating. 

Charlotte Ann Gulley Fuller was born April 25, 1946 in Spearsville, Louisiana to the late Irvin Gulley, Sr. and  the late Eunice Gafford Gulley. She moved to Florida with her parents at an early age and attended schools within the Pinellas County School System. She graduated from the Hillsborough County School System.

Charlotte united with Walter Mitchell Fuller and was married for many years and resided in Tampa, Florida.

Throughout her employment career, Charlotte worked with Honeywell, Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, J. C. Penney’s, Saks Fifth Avenue and she later retired from General Telephone Company. But her most enjoyable employments were as a Salesperson for home interior decorations, Avon and Mary K. In her earlier years, she had her own seamstress shop. Charlotte had an eye for decorating and fashion. Not only that, her children said she was the “Best Cook in the World”.

Charlotte gave her life to Christ at an earlier age and was a member of St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church where she served as a Deaconess and a member of the choir.

Charlotte departed this life on September 21, 2021. Her sense of humor and beautiful smile will truly be missed.

She was preceded in death by a son, Hershel Nathanial Williams; sisters, Jewel Atkins and Eunicetine Gulley- Jenkins and brother, Horace Gulley.

She leaves to cherish her loving memories with a loving and devoted husband, Walter Fuller; two daughters, Vicki Lynn Stephney and Valerie Williams both of Tampa, FL; one son, Reginald Williams of Tampa, FL; six grandchildren, Jamil Williams (Tawhaucia), Vincent Williams, David Wright, Jr. (Natoya), Tony Williams, Candaice Abrams and Kimberly Stone; twelve great grandchildren, Cambre Williams, Jamil J. Williams, Jr., Talaya Davis, Anissa Williams, David M. Wright, Daniel Wright, Solomen Wright, Jhameishia Stephens, I’Ryana Blake, Da’Jiyah Rowells, Nyomi Scott and Saint Onyx Abrams; four great-great grandchildren, Summer Perry, Di’Jon Crews, Damon Wright and Kaiden Stephens; five brothers, Tobie Gulley (Patricia), Irvin Gulley, Jr., Donald Gulley, Sr. (Isay), Loyace Gulley (Gail) and Marvin Gulley; two sisters, Linda Magee (Guy), and Deborah Waters (Zonald); one aunt, Gertrude Gulley Johnson and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.

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