LIVINGSTON, TN: Rollo Mark "Bud" Fuller most recently of Livingston, Tennessee died January 12, 2013.
Born November 3, 1939 in Hoytville, Ohio and raised in Colton, Ohio (Henry County) he was the son of Rollo Cole and Catherine Grasier Fuller.
Rollo worked at "The Pottery" in Perrysville, Ohio when a heart attack and open heart surgery in 1976 ended his work career.
Locally, Rollo lived in Ashland and Butler, Ohio where he raised his family and in Loudonville, before heading to Arkansas building his own cabin in the mountains where he raised chickens, gardened, and watched the black bear that wandered onto his property.
A great lover of nature, Rollo enjoyed hunting and fishing and living off the land, especially enjoying his several trips to Alaska to visit good friend, Gary Moore.
Rollo moved to Tennessee 6 years ago in hunt of the Red Boar but became more involved in country two-step dancing three nights a week.
Rollo was preceded in death by his parents; his brother, Thomas Fuller; sister, Judy Myers; sons Rollo, John, and Matthew Fuller; and grandson, Jared Reid.
Rollo is survived by two daughters, Sheila (Carl) Burkhart of Perrysville and Marla Tanner of Mansfield; six grandchildren, Justin and Jacob Reid, Kristen (Ryan) Gulley, Colton, Jessica, and Jenna Burkhart; and sisters Nora Garrick of Tennessee and Catherine Cray of Michigan.
A Celebration of life dinner will be held at the Butler Adult Center on Henry St. beside the Richland Bank, Saturday, February 23rd at 5p.m..
In lieu of flowers, please bring a covered dish to share with friends and family. Visitors welcome until 9p.m.
Published in the News Journal on February 20, 2013 .