By allowing ads to appear on this site, you support the local businesses who, in turn, support great journalism.
Addie Joe Fuller
Placeholder Image

Mrs. Addie Joe Fuller died Oct. 13 at Rockdale Medical Center. The daughter of the late Effie Lackey Redd and Walter Leslie, she was born in 1931 in Walton County. Mrs. Fuller was raised and educated in Newton County. She joined Murray C.M.E. Church. Affectionately called Ma Joe, Addie was a very out-going, fun-loving and energetic person who loved being around her family and friends. She enjoyed traveling and dancing in her younger years. She was very caring, loving and generous with her time and whatever she had. An excellent homemaker, she was a good cook and enjoyed feeding people. Mrs. Fuller touched a lot of lives in a special way. She will be remembered for her beautiful smile. She was preceded in death by husband of 47 years Mr. Rillious Fuller and daughters Peggy Ann and Susie Marie.

Surviving are daughters Mr. and Mrs. Willie (Patricia Carter) Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Greg (Linda) Eubanks, Ms. Rose Mary Tripp; sons Mr. Charlie A. Fuller, Mr. Richard Fuller, Mr. Phillip Fuller Sr., Mr. Gregory Fuller; grandchildren Timothy (Khiem ) Reed, Jake (Vinita) Reed, Karen (Deon) Gibbs, Dale (Sheryl) Carter, Peggy M. Carter, Shermeia (Odell) Dixon, Gregory Cardale Eubanks, Tamecia S. Cooper, Tiffany M. Tripp, Tawanna L. Tripp, Benjamin T. Tripp, Charles J. Fuller, Vincent B. Brown, Whitney Fuller, Phillip Fuller Jr., Kartella L. Fuller, Candace N. Fuller; 32 great-grandchildren; sister Mrs. Ellen Wright; brother Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe (Willie Eva) Leslie Sr.; special friend Ms. Darlene-Strong; a host of nieces, nephews, other loving relatives and friends.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at The Potters House with the Rev. Sammy Williams, the Rev. A.C. McElroy and the Rev. James Collins officiating. Interment will follow at Lawnwood Memorial Park.