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ROBERT FULLER died an untimely death due medical misadventure on the blue moon in July. Bob met his soulmate and love of his life in 1957. His greatest joy in life was seeing his wife Peggy happy. Always quick to laugh and willing to share a drink and a story, Bob lived a joyful full life. Friends and family say Bob embodied the saying 'still waters run deep', he lived life to the fullest, seeking out extraordinary people and experiencing many adventures. Bob raced motorcycles in the 60's and 70's participating many times in the Barstow to Vegas race. His daughter has wonderful memories of riding on the back of a motorcycle, bumping along at break neck speeds across the desert. The family camped in the desert, explored abandoned mines and laughed; there was always laughter. As a banker in Long Beach, Bob helped his customers in every way possible, even being responsible for their care until their deaths. A humble man, Bob rarely discussed his adventures, he was a confidante to many and never shared their secrets. Many called him Dad. Bob is survived by his siblings, Art, Janice, Chester and Roger as well as his wife Peggy and daughter Terri. He was preceded in death by his parents Carroll and Beulah Fuller, as well as his friends Rudy, Norm, and the Johnson's. As rare as a blue moon, Bob left a lasting legacy of love and joy to all who knew and loved him. Namaste


Published in Press-Enterprise on Aug. 2, 2015
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