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MARTHA JANETTE FULLER

Martha Janette Fuller, nee Simpson, passed away on January 7, 2020, in Geneva, OH, at age 81. 

She was born in Hot Springs, Arkansas, and raised in nearby Mt. Ida. 

She is survived by her son James Hugh Fuller and his wife Kathleen Marie Fuller of Cabot, Arkansas and their children Mathew Fuller, Sydney Sanchez, and Zoie Fuller; her son Mark Allen Fuller and his son Mark Allen, Jr. of Steuben, Maine, along with her brother, Joe Dale Simpson of Mt Ida. 

She was predeceased by her son, Mathew Lewis Fuller, her husband Horace, brother Lee Otis Simpson and parents James and Ruby Simpson. 

Her emphasis was on her family, belief in Christ, a love for arts and crafts, travel and interior decorating.

Services will be held at Pinecrest Funeral Home, located at 7401 Highway 5 North, Alexander, Ark. on Wednesday, January 15 with visitation at 10 a.m. and service at noon.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to Rae Ann Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation: Activities, 839 W. Main ST, Geneva, OH or Nivalis Health (Hospice) at 837 Crocker Rd., Westlake Ohio. Online condolences at www.PinecrestFH.com.

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