Kenneth Merle Fuller

kenneth fuller

Kenneth M. Fuller

Kenneth M. Fuller, 85, passed away on Monday April 27, 2015 at his home in Littleton.

He was born July 4th in Denver CO to Hiram and Janet Fuller. Ken graduated from South High School in 1947 and later attended and graduated from CU. He served in the U.S. Navy aboard the USS John W. Thomason as an Electrician’s Mate during the Korean War.

Ken and his wife, Marilyn, settled into their Littleton home 52 years ago where they raised four children. He retired from the Rocky Mountain News as a District Manager in 1994. Ken taught many boys and girls their first job as paper carriers and the value of hard work and being responsible. After retirement Ken enjoyed restoring old cars, maintaining a beautiful yard and genealogy.

Ken was preceded in death by his parents, brother Charles Fuller, sons James Fuller and Zan Fuller, and grandson Spencer Fuller. He is survived by his wife Marilyn, daughters Cynthia (Monte) Cleghorn of Monte Vista, CO and Andrea (Jack) Brunton of Steamboat Springs, CO, grandsons Garrett, Jared, David and Brandon, four great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Memorial Service will be held May 8th 12:00 Noon at Bullock Mortuary Chapel in Englewood, CO. Committal Service is to follow at Fort Logan National Cemetery, Staging Area "A", at 2:00PM.  Reception will be held at the family home.

The family is requesting that in lieu of flowers that a memorial gift be made to the Alzheimer’s
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  1. Dear Marilyn and Family, Our sincerest sympathy is with you all. Roy and I will most definitely miss seeing Ken in his yard this summer. When we first moved to Colorado ten years ago, Ken was the one we went to regarding yard and tree care.  We watched, and when he fertilized the yards, he knew to head to Home Depot to get weed and feed. When Ken cleaned out the gutter, then Roy was doing the same within a couple of days. I have to admit though, seeing Ken on the roof nearly scared me to death several times.

    Marilyn, anytime you need a hand or a hug just know we are a phone call or a small walk away.


    Robin and Roy

  2. My thoughts have been with you all. The fondest memories I have of time spent at Grandma & Grandpa Fuller's home: carefully examining & playing in playing in the old "shells" of antique trucks of Grandpa Fuller's out back, picking strawberries from the garden which we made homemade old fashioned ice cream-rock salt and all, and of course, the Holidays. Though much time has passed and I'm several states away, am very glad to have seen him (as well as Grandma Fuller and Andrea), not too long ago… And per the announcement-I'll donate to the link provided in lieu of flowers or a plant. Sincerest sympathies, Mandy.

  3. My thoughts are with you and will continue for I love you all so dearly.  

    Ken–peace be with you.  You always made me laugh.

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