Robert Wayne Fuller

Robert Wayne Fuller, 56, of Amarillo, TX died Sunday, August 21, 2022.

 

Memorial services will be at 11:00 a.m., Friday, August 26, 2022, at Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

 

Robert was born February 13, 1966, in Amarillo, TX to Kenneth and Theresa

Robert Wayne Fuller
Robert Wayne Fuller

(Carter) Fuller.

 

He attended South Lawn Elementary School, Fannin Junior High, and in 1984, he graduated from Canyon High School.  Robert earned a degree in communications from WT and later received his LVN from Amarillo College.

 

Robert lived in several places across the United States, from Alaska to Galveston Island, and held a variety of jobs across multiple industries, from hotels to nursing.

 

He was preceded in death by his mother; and his maternal and paternal grandparents.

 

Survivors include his father, Kenneth Fuller; his step-mom, Kathy Fuller; a sister, Stephanie Dalrymple and husband Ryan; nine nieces and nephews; several great-nieces and great-nephews; numerous cousins; and many lifelong friends.

7 Replies to “Robert Wayne Fuller”

  1. Robert you will be so missed. You kept me laughing with you wonderful sense of humor. You were kind, smart, helpful, compassionate. I enjoyed working with you always and the long talks we used to have. RIP Robert. Much love to family, Gayla Hubbard

  2. I will miss you Robert, you are a light, shining brightly and truly will be missed. Your kindness and compassion will truly be missed and legacy of who you are will live on.

  3. Robert always had such an incredible energy about him. He was a huge support to me when I first started at the Hartford, never once hesitating to offer assistance or help whenever needed. That’s just who he was. So kind, so good. The world is considerably less bright without him in it, but we all were so incredibly fortunate to have met him and been able to call him a friend.

  4. To Robert’ s loved ones,
    It was truly an honor to have worked closely with Robert. He was such a genuine soul to have worked with. Not only just someone whom I had the privilege of working with but a true friend. The laughs we shared, the stories that were shared and the love that he spread to each person he crossed paths with. Robert, you will truly be missed! I will continue to pray for you, his family and loved ones that you will find peace knowing he was part of your lives. I will continue to smile as I know you are sitting high on your horse protecting all of us. Blessings.

  5. I was also blessed by working with Robert. His experience and skills as a Nurse along with his compassion and kindness made him such a a valued member of the Hartford family. He was amazing with our customers and always made them feel comfortable and reassured. He was such a wonderful member of our team. We will miss him always.

  6. Robert was a wonderful nurse and awesome coworker. He always had a quick word to encourage anyone who might be having a difficult day and was always willing to help anyone in need. His quick wit and great sense of humor made each day working with him enjoyable. I will miss you, Robert!

  7. Robert was an awesome team member. Here at The Hartford we are more like a family. Robert made a positive impact in the year + I’ve had the pleasure of working with him. He’ll be truly missed. RIP Robert:(

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