In Memory

Robert Fuller - Class Of 1965

Robert Fuller

Robert J. Fuller


Robert was from GROVETOWN, Georgia; a member of the class of 1965, Bob was 68 and passed away July 22, 2016. Born in Mount Clemens, Michigan on November 10, 1947, Bob retired from the United States Army, as a Master Sergeant. Following his retirement from the Army he worked for and retired from the State of Georgia as a Personnel Director. Bob enjoyed shooting sports and hunting; however; his passion was fishing, entering a number of  tournament fishing for several years. He was preceded in death by his wife Jackie Fuller and is survived by his children; Ronnie and Deborah Lowery of Sequin, TX and Donnie and Penny Lowery of Loganville, GA along with his grandchildren; Hope and Cheyenne Lowery and two brothers; Gary Fuller of Mulberry, FL and David Fuller of Torrance, CA.

Funeral services for Bob was held at 11 o'clock Saturday, July 30, 2016 at the Chapel of J.C. Harwell and Son Funeral Home. Bob was interned at Park Hill Cemetery in Columbus. J.C. Harwell and Son Funeral Home, 2157 East Street, SE, Covington, GA 30014 was in charge of the arrangements

Bob's Best Friend from Johnson:

Bob's dad seemed to follow my dad from base to base and we grew up best friends. He was with the 1st Air Cav in Viet Nam, serving with distinction. He retired from the Army then worked for the State of GA, where he was head of the State of GA Juvenile Detention & Rehab Dept. Agent Orange played a big part in destroying his health as he was a crew member on aircraft spraying that for a full year. He had no regrets...we were born & raised in loyalty to our country. Bob & I had Daily Bulletin routes at Johnson and bought ourselves Honda Super Cubs. We travelled all over Japan and had the best times of our lives. 

Deceased Classmate: Robert J. Fuller, 1965
Date Of Birth: Nov-1947
Date Deceased: Jul-2016
Age at Death: 68
Cause of Death: cancer
Classmate City: Augusta
Classmate State: GA
Classmate Country: USA
Was a Veteran: Yes Army
Survived By: 2 step-sons, Donny & Ronny

The Johnson High School students and faculty will miss Bob very much.