Bradley Lee Fullen


February 17, 1948 — March 20, 2007

Full of Life! Those three little words best describe my Uncle Brad. He was always busy with something. He loved to work, boat, camp, and retreat to his cabin in OK. He loved family and friends. I don’t think Uncle Brad knew a stranger. I remember Brad best as robust and sarcastic; always picking on Rhonda or someone else. I remember fondly him and his camera and the pictures he would take; not always the most flattering! He enjoyed telling stories and making memories.

As a young girl he was more of a father than an Uncle to me. As the years passed and we all aged, Uncle Brad was the rock that held everyone together. In his last few years, Brad showed us all the true meaning of life and family. His battle with cancer was long and hard, but through it all he tried to be strong for his family. I know that he is here now, watching us all; proud of Rhonda and his children. I miss you Uncle B. I love you!

Tiffany Layman

Brad Fullen, age 59, of McKinney, Texas passed away March 20, 2007, of Melanoma Cancer. Brad was born on February 17, 1948 in Chicago, IL to Troy Lee (1929-1968) and Marguerite Virginia (Post) Fullen (1922-1977). Mr. Fullen was a maintenance supervisor and of the Baptist faith. He is survived by his wife of 25 years, Rhonda Fullen of McKinney, TX; brothers Jeffrey Fullen of Middleburg, FL; David Fullen of Dallas, TX; sister Laurel Fritzsche of Waxahachie, TX; children Donald Fullen of Dallas, TX; Carl Lacy III of Garland, TX; Chad Lacy and Brittany Fullen both of McKinney, TX; and five grandchildren. Brad was buried March 24, 2007 at Ridgeview Memorial Park in Allen, TX; officiated by Chris O’Malley.

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