Dean Warren Fuller

Dean Warren Fuller, 91, of Coffeen, IL passed away on Friday, July 31, 2020 at 2:55 p.m. at Tremont Ridge Assisted Living in Hillsboro, IL. Private family funeral services will be held. Rev. Jeff Hemken, Pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Hillsboro, IL, will officiate. Burial will be held at Shiloh Cemetery in Coffeen, IL.

Mr. Fuller was born on January 21, 1929, in Coffeen, IL, to the late Dan Warren & Geneva Helen (Webb) Fuller. He was a 1946 graduate of Coffeen High School in Coffeen, IL. Mr. Fuller married Nancy M. Kimbro, on December 4, 1949, in Hillsboro, IL. She preceded him in death on June 27, 1998. He was a lifelong farmer and had lived in Coffeen, IL his entire live. Mr. Fuller was a member of the National Farmer’s Organization; Lifelong member of East Fork Baptist Church, where he had served as Deacon; East Fork Township Supervisor for 14 years and also served as a Trustee; Coffeen Community Library, where he was a past president and held Coffeen Coffee Club and he was founder & a lifelong member of Rocky Ford Park, Inc. in Coffeen, IL

Mr. Fuller is survived by his children, Gloria Kirkpatrick of Riverview, FL; Gale (husband, Ken) Thacker of Coffeen, IL; Gaye (husband, Greg) DeRight of Hillsboro, IL; Glenda (husband, Sean) McDonald of New Port Beach, FL; Ginger (husband, Mike) Buerkett of Tampa, FL and Grant Dean Fuller of Coffeen, IL; twelve grandchildren, Joshua Manning of Hillsboro, IL; Rachel Vera of Apollo Beach, FL; Kaleb Kirkpatrick of Phoenix, AZ; Clint Thacker of Chicago, IL; Dustin Thacker of Downers Grove, IL; Jacob Klump of Scottsdale, AZ; Travis Klump of Hillsboro, IL; Vince DeRight, Phoenix, AZ; Raymee Alper of Olivette, MO; Tyson Holshouser of Hillsboro, IL; Nicki Mason of Little Elm, TX and Nathan Buerkett of St. Petersburg, FL; sixteen great-grandchildren; one great great grandchild and one sister, Deanne (Fuller) Bonetto of Woodlawn, IL. Along with his parents and wife, Mr. Fuller was preceded in death by one brother, Donald W. Fuller.

Memorials are suggested to Coffeen Community Library in Coffeen, IL or Shiloh Cemetery in Coffeen, IL.

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