August 14, 1975 - November 16, 2015
Chris Michael Fuller, 40 of Mechanicsburg, passed away, November 16, 2015 in Springfield Regional Medical Center. He was born August 14, 1975 in Springfield, Ohio.Michael was a 1993 graduate of Springfield South High School. He was employed at Bon Ton Distribution Center in West Jefferson, OH where he was a Pick Module Manager. Michael enjoyed any type of tech gadget he could get his hands on especially iphones. He loved watching his children play sports, and razzing people on Facebook. Michael always loved looking up dream vacations with his wife, and having conversations with his mother and father on the phone. Michael was a character. He chose to be an organ and tissue donor and will continue to live on by saving and helping others. He knew how to put a smile on anyones face, he was a great listener, and friend, but most of all Michael was an amazing son, husband, and father.He is survived by his wife, Jane (Hatcher) Fuller; his children, Brendan, Morgan, Tyson, Lacy , and Carson; his parents, Curtis and Diana (Runyan) Fuller, his brother, Scott (Shayla) Fuller, his sisters, Carmen Arnold, and Cheri (Brian) Wilson, special aunt and uncle Dave and Sue White, and mother in law Bonnie Hatcher. Michael is also survived by several nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death by his father in law Bob Hatcher.A gathering of family and friends will be held from 1- 3 PM on Saturday, November 21, 2015 in the SKILLMAN, McDONALD & VERNON FUNERAL HOME, Mechanicsburg, where the funeral will follow at 3 PM. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the family in care of the funeral home may be made to SKILLMAN, McDONALD & VERNON FUNERAL HOME at 257 W. Main St., Mechanicsburg, OH 43044. Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.vernonfh.com
I am sorry for your loss and offer my heartfelt condolences. God is surely aware of your tears. (Psalm 56:18) He will soon do what is written for us at John 5:28,29, which makes the promise of the resurrection of our loved ones.
Acts 24:15 says: “There will be a resurrection..”. May knowing this give you comfort, hope, and peace.
In the six months I have spent with Mr. Fuller (he was my manager) he has graciously given me a tremendous opportunity in a fresh new start, coming from a work environment as a warehouse manager from my previous job to being on the management team here at the BonTon DC, to pumping so much information and skills into my head in such a short time.
We really clicked and were tight from day one, and have learned and gained so much in such a short time; I have great respect and give much credit to Chris for his unique style of leadership and vast skills in computer and systems management, that has really opened my eyes to an entirely new level of how I perceive things and manage my affairs there to what I am able to do there now, to help move his vision forward as his dream was to start up and grow a solid core foundation of the team that we have now, and use that foundation to build and add on to that team as the company grows and moves forward.
My vision is to continue to carry that forward in honor of Chris and his dreams to make this environment to be the best it can be for everyone in there.
He thought and frequently spoke very highly of his people there, and strongly encouraged them daily to be the best they can be, because they are the best; and his passion has reached and touched many here.
It has been a true honor and privilege to be a small part of his life and am proud to have worked for what I believe is one of the strongest leaders I have ever worked for; and hope to do what I can to continue to carry that passion forward into the future.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you that God will bring love and healing to your family through this time; and to know that we stand with you into this holiday season firmly, so you are not alone.
Jason M Blann DC-192 West Jefferson Pick Tower Lead
Sorry for your loss. We are praying for you.
Dear Fuller family:
I did not know Michael but reading his obiturary and seeing his smile, I know he must have been an amazing young man. I am sorry for your loss. I pray God’s peace and comfort in your time of sorrow. May the arms of God hold you up in this time.
My deepest sympathies r with you and your family. May you find peace in your time of sorrow. God bless you and your family!
Dearest Janie and family…Bob and I are so sorry to hear of the death of Chris. Our sincerest sympathy is sent with much love and our condolences for you and the family…
Pat and Bob Lee