Elizabeth Ashley “Liz” Fuller

Elizabeth Ashley “Liz” Fuller, a resident of Santa Fe, TX, passed away peacefully on April 29, 2024 after a valiant and courageous battle with cancer. She was surrounded by her family and very special friends.

Elizabeth was born on February 29, 1984 (a leap year baby) in Athens, Georgia to David Faulkner and Luellen Moody Faulkner. She is survived by her beloved husband, Brant Fuller; her incredible daughters Carrigan Rose and Kinslee Rose; stepson Brayden Fuller; brother Christopher Faulker and family; father David Faulker; in-laws Glen and Debbie Fuller, and Dawn Fuller; along with brothers & sisters-in-laws, aunts, uncles, nieces, and extended family. She is preceded in death by her mother, Luellen Faulkner.

The majority of her adult life, she worked in various positions in the medical field as well as in Santa Fe ISD. Most recently, she was employed as the Activities Director at The Shoal Texas City. BUT, most of all she worked at being the best mother and wife…the occasional hunting partner to Brant, a supportive cheer team mom to Carrigan, and the avid softball mom to Kinslee, having spent many long hours on the road traveling to hunting leases, softball tournaments and cheer competitions throughout the State of Texas.

She will be missed by all who knew and loved her!

There will be a visitation from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Friday, May 3, 2024 at The Fellowship, 2222 N. Hwy 146, Texas City, TX; with a service following at 3:00 p.m. with Pastor Kevin Herrin officiating.

In lieu of flowers, please consider making memorial contributions to LUVFORLIZ.COM, a benefit for the Fuller family.

All are invited to join the family in an additional celebration of Liz’s life on June 15, 2024 at the Galveston County Fairgrounds. Visit the above website to get involved and stay connected to her story.


  1. Thoughts and prayers to the family
    I love you Brant Fuller
    If you or your family need anything I’ll always be here for you .

    Chad Davis
  2. She will be missed dearly. She was a wonderful young lady. May God bless the family

    Frances Buggs Harrison
  3. Dear Family and Friends

    I am so very sorry for your loss and I am cannot express my words to the Fuller Family we all know that Elizabeth is with us in our Hearts and we will always remember her in this world and we will always be here for the Fuller Family in this life and that we will always never be forgotten That Elizabeth is watching us in Heaven over her Family and Friends down here. We met Elizabeth and Brant on the Cruise on their Honeymoon.

    Anthony and Colleen Kucharski
  4. Liz was a beautiful soul and at the end of her life proved to be a fighter. For the short time I knew her, she always made you feel you knew her for a lifetime. I pray her family continues to live her legend, knowing that she will be on a continue watch over them. Keeping Brant and the family in prayer for comfort and peace.
    May the perpetual light brightly shine upon her.

    Vicki Walker
  5. So sorry for the loss of a wonderful person. Prayers to all the family and friends.

    Sharon Savant
  6. Prayers for the Family

    Elizabeth Dodson
  7. I went to school with Elizabeth most of our school years in Huntington. She was always so sweet and funny. We stayed the night with each other from time to time. I see pics of her and her family on Facebook but haven’t seen her in person since school. I will be praying for her beautiful girls and this entire family in the days to come. If you knew her, you loved her. 💜

    Amy Collier
  8. Liz will be truly missed without a shadow of a doubt. I will miss seeing her stories on Snapchat of Brant and the girls and those posts on Facebook. She always made me giggle with those. You could truly see how much she loved her family and her friends. I had only met Liz through a mutual friend, Cody Dillon but from the start, I could tell that Liz was a sweet and loving person. Sending Brant, the kids and all of her family and friends lots of love and prayers during this difficult time.

    Elizabeth "Liz" Dyer
  9. My condolences to the Fuller family. I work with Liz about 10 years ago As a newborn hearing screener. I love working with her She was always upbeat And easy to talk with. She loved the Lord and it was evident. She taught a good fight. We have an assurance will see her again.

    Amanda Dominguez

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