Brian Howard Fuller April 10, 1945 – July 29, 2018


Brian Howard Fuller was born April 10, 1945 in Caldwell, Idaho and went home to be with his Savior, Jesus Christ, on July 29, 2018. He graduated from Greenleaf Friends Academy in 1963 in Greenleaf, Idaho. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Sandra Fuller. They lived in Idaho eight years and Washington 42 years. They raised four daughters, Andrea Fuller, Joy Fuller, Sonya Kassen (Fuller), and the late Evie Fuller. There are six grandchildren, Gabriel, Aayiana, Zamirah, Safia, Wolf, and Selah. He is preceded in death by his beloved daughter, Evie, and his brother, Stephen Fuller. Other siblings are Beth Gaines, Christine Miller, Virginia Johnston, and Robert Fuller.

Brian loved music and had a beautiful tenor voice. He was licensed and sold real estate in Idaho for eight years and in Washington for 40 years. He was a certified real estate appraiser for 12 years in the state of Washington. He loved the country and the beautiful scenery. He loved farm life and farm animals, especially milk cows.  However, his talents lay in real estate and appraising. He also designed and built his family homes, and created subdivisions. He had a keen sense of humor and wit and had the ability to befriend anyone. He often made conversations with complete strangers. He never went to a town where he didn’t know someone. He loved the Lord and his family and friends and will be missed by many.

Services will be held on Saturday, August 25th at 11 am at the Chewelah Evangelical Free Church located at 2211 Sand Canyon Rd., Chewelah, WA 99109 with a potluck to follow. All are welcome to celebrate his homecoming with our Lord.

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