Kenneth E. Fuller

Kenneth E. Fuller, lovingly known as Ken or Kenny, passed away at the age of 62 in Houston, Tx on January 14, 2022.He was born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania as the 3rd of 4 sons to Ben and Clara Viola (Campbell ) Fuller.

Kenny adored music, it was in his soul. He moved to Nashville, Tennessee in 1990 and became a published songwriter, recording two albums. He performed with many country artists, including Earl Thomas Conley, Doug Stone, David Frizzell, and at the country music Hall of Fame. He later would become a professional tour bus and truck driver, in addition to his already many talents as a welder, carpenter, and master mechanic. His travels led him to every corner of the 48 contiguous states, with over a million miles traveled with zero incidents leading to numerous safety awards. Ken was so well regarded in that nature that people claimed they wouldn’t go if he wasn’t driving. At one of the shows, a very special one, he met the love of his life, Jeanie Rochelle. In 2012 they married and settled in Dickinson, Texas and created a new a beginning together. He continued to play music for family and friends with the same passion and love he always had. He was an amazing Husband, Dad, Papa Bear, Pappy Ken and Uncle Kenny. He left a lasting impression on anyone he met. The entire family couldn’t wait until the next time they could see him. Kenny was a shining light of laughter and love, who will forever be in our hearts.

He is survived by his loving wife, Jeanie Rochelle Fuller of Dickinson, Tx, 2 brothers and 3 sisters in law, David & Larelle Fuller of Harrisburg, Pa, Gary and Cindy Fuller of Harrisburg, Pa, Joyce Fuller of Duncannon, Pa, his children, Kenny Jr & Dani Fuller of Nashville, Tn, Tammy & Mike Brown of Mechanicsburg, Pa, and Kimberly Buckley of Lebanon, Tn, 7 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild, many nieces and nephews, and extended family and friends that all meant the world to him.

Kenny was preceded in death by his parents, Ben and Clara, brother, Paul Fuller, mother to his children, Luella Fuller, and one granddaughter, Bridget Boyd.

A visitation  will be held at 3pm Friday, January 21, 2022 with a memorial service to follow at 4pm at Crowder Funeral Home, 851 FM 517 Rd. West, Dickinson, Tx. Reception immediately following at Kenny & Rochelle Fuller’s home.

Serving as pallbearers will be Kenny Fuller, Jr., Ben Fuller, Cary Blair, Glenn Midkiff, Rusty Midkiff, Mike Brown and Brandon Brown.

Graveside services will be held at 2pm Saturday, January 22, 2022 at Kirbyville Cemetery, Shaw Guy Road, Kirbyville, Jasper County, Tx.

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  1. Kenny was a very good man. He would help in any way he could. He was the love of my sister Rochelle’s life. He loved her so much, she is going to really miss him. I am going to miss his as well. He was easy to talk to and he always loved having the kids and grandkids over for hot dogs and swimming he loved it as much as they did. He will be missed by all my family. He was a light to our world. Rest in peace Kenny go sing with angels and walk on the golden streets with Jesus. I am sure you can come up with a song that will make him happy. So long my friend.

    Michelle Vaughn
  2. For the last 22 years I remember you coming home and I always made it a point to come spend time with you and the extended family.
    I remember writing to you and sending you my “music” when you were in Tennessee when I was 12 and wanted to be an artist like you. You were always so encouraging.
    You brought cheer every time we gathered, and I will forever love you Cousin!

    Abe Brown
  3. Kenny you will be dearly missed by so many always. I know where you are now, I know your in awe of the Heavenly realm you are in now. You brought so much fun and laughter to us all. We so enjoyed your music and beautiful voice, fun times singing with you. You and Rochelle were like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, you went together so well. You both endured challenges in life and overcame them together. Spending time with you this past Christmas Day I will be forever grateful for. Life can change in a matter of moments, you spent years making life enjoyable for others. I love you Kenny Fuller, until we meet again my friend!

    Michelle Chambers
  4. Condolences to the Fullers family, RIP in peace Kenny,you are so kind and loving husband to your wife you will be miss Gina McNeil and family your neighbors

    Gina McNeil
  5. Fly high Kenny. RIP

    Terry Holbrook

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