Jacqueline (Watts) Fuller (91) passed away, August 10, 2020, peacefully at home with her son and daughter beside her. Jackie was born on December 8, 1928 in Vanatta, Ohio.
She was preceded in death by her husband Claude Denton Fuller, grandson, Thomas Denton (ex-Toni & Gabriella) Cole, brothers, Russell Wayne (Jo) Watts and Melvin Austin (Wilma)Watts, brother-in-law, Larry Wayne (ex-Janice & Penny) Fuller; sister-in-law Josephine Galbraith (Russell)) Watts, parents Zane Leroy and Pearl Marguerite (Phillips) Watts; fraternal grandparents Zane Seymour and Jenny Valentine(Miller) Watts; maternal grandparents William and Lydia (Davis) Phillips, and her beloved Himalayan “Sugar”.
Jackie is survived by her daughter Stephanie Lee Fuller (ex-husband James) Cole, son Steven S. Fuller; grandsons, James Chester (Michelle) Cole, Steven Randall Cole, Johnathan Wayne Cole, granddaughter Nicole Ann Case, great-grandchildren, Emily, Allison, Brockton, Pearl, Joshua, Cyrus ,Caleb, sister and brother-in-law Bonnie & Jacque Tilley, sisters-in laws Wilma McDonald (Melvin) Watts, Janice (Gantt) Fuller, Penny Fuller, numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends..
Jackie graduated from Galena High School in 1947; she went on to attend an Airline Course at Bliss College, and several courses at Columbus Community College. She always loved airplanes, and greatly enjoyed working for Eastern and Piedmont Airlines. She went on to work 25 years as a Certified Travel Agent (CTC) and traveled as often as she could. She loved visiting new countries and places and meeting new people. She firmly believed in the St. Augustine quotation”The World is a book and those that do not travel read only one page”. She had been a Girl Scout Leader, a Sunday School Teacher, a past member of Zoar Rebekah Lodge, a wanna-be writer, and was greatly interested in Genealogy. She also believed in the quotation “Live Well, Laugh Often, Love Much”.
There will be a brief graveside service for immediate family at Fairview Memorial Park in Lewis Center, Ohio at 11a.m. on Tuesday, September 1, 2020. Cremation will be performed by Hill Funeral Home.