Woody and Ann Fullwood

Draper, Utah


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Woody and Ann FullwoodMt. Pleasant, UTLeroy Woody Fullwood and Dorotha Ann (Price) Fullwood left this world together on December 30, 2011 in Mt. Pleasant Utah. Woody (Leroy) was born on October 4, 1941 in Wilmington, North Carolina to Lewis Oliver and Josie Varnum Fullwood. He grew up in...

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i was a student at hillcrest high school class of 00. ann was one of the best teachers i knew. i am so sorry for your loss.

To the Fullwood Family; What a difficult time this is for you. Lowell & I loved Woody & Ann. I know your parents prepared you for a lot of things, but this??? May Heavenly Father bless you & strengthen you, as you deal with this tragedy & sadness in your lives. Woody & Ann will know & they will definitely petition his warmest blessings for the children they loved so much. Have faith,& know, that in time, even though you will never forget,it will be somewhat easier...


I just want your family to know how much I loved working for Woody. He is very dear to my heart. You have such great parents. I am so sorry for your loss.

I was a peer tutor in Ann Fullwood's special education class in my senior year at Hillcrest High in 1998. I want you to know that she was so inspiring with how she taught her students, that right then and there, I decided that I wanted to be a special ed teacher. I did in fact become one, thanks to her amazing example. I have since taught special classes in the Granite School District for 10 years thus far. Thank you to Mrs. Fullwood for her quiet guidance in my career path. (She knew me as...

Dear Fullwood Family, I went to college with Ann and we became friends with cousins in common, we shared Glen Hanson' family. It started off a great friendship, I was Ann's partner in adventure in Calif. it was fun and memorable for me it changed my life as I met my husband at that time. We didn't meet up that often in the following years but I always remember her. The Sat funeral servce reminded me of how great she was and what one person can do and when they are partnered wth another great...

As a daughter of elderly parents, I know the day will come when I have to say goodbye to them. I've often wondered how, when, and where. I know that neither one of my parents would want to live without the other after 60 years together. I pray that your family will have peace knowing that your parents are together and have been reunited with loved ones on the other side. While no person should have to leave this life the way they did, remember, it's not as important how we Leave this life...

You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Dear Fullwood Family,
Please accept our sincere condolences during this time of grief. Leroy was a great childhood friend and we shares a lot of laughs and fun times together.
Sam (Sonny) and Loralie Holden

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