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Prince Dale Fuller

August 20, 1948 December 21, 2022
Prince Dale Fuller
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Mr. Prince Dale Fuller was born in McGhee, Arkansas on August 20, 1948, to the late Rev. Elmer Fuller and Mary Louise Balfour. He was the eldest of nine children born to this union. 

He is preceded in death by his father Elmer Fuller, mother Mary Louise Balfour Horton, grandfather Prince Fuller, Grandmother Leanner Moore Fuller, brother Robert Joseph Fuller, and great granddaughter Skylar Texas.

Prince was raised in Mayflower, Arkansas, and attended Pine Street High School in Conway, Arkansas where he was legendarily known for running track. Years later, he received his GED, which was a goal of his before all of his children graduated from high school. After school, he married, and four beautiful children were born to this union before it dissolved. Prince worked as a diesel mechanic, but his true love was driving those big eighteen wheelers on the big open highway. This profession permitted him to visit almost every state in the US. After many years of driving for different trucking companies, he took the leap of faith and opened a small trucking company where he had drivers driving for him while driving for himself as well. After retiring, people continued to call on him to carry loads because he was safe and dependable.

After moving back to Arkansas in 1980, he met and married the love of his life, Wyvone Stubbs. They were inseparable and had been married for thirty-seven years before his death. During this union, another beautiful child was born. Prince and Wyvone traveled the world together, whenever they could get away. And it was apparent that they were in it for the long haul because they took care of one another without fail, up until his death.

Prince was an avid reader and considered himself to be a lifelong learner. If you ever visited his home, you saw he proudly displayed his extensive book collection. He enthusiastically treasured family history and family pictures. And if you ever sat with him for any length of time, you were going to get the Fuller Family genealogy, whether you wanted it or not, as he showed family pictures to back up his knowledge. Honestly, he lost most of us after talking about Papa Prince and Grandma Doll, but you had to sit through it anyway.

Another known passion was his love for biblical history, and as an ordained Reverend at Palarm Chapel Missionary Baptist Church, he was able to exercise this gift from God through teaching and preaching. He took this call very seriously and preached God's Word with boldness as he stressed the importance of transformation in Christianity.

Prince was full of wisdom and often spoke in humorous parables that would have you laughing and crying all in the same conversation. He had the ability to help you through life's hardest challenges by offering wisdom through laughter. You never felt condemned or that he was demanding you do things his way, but you left inspired with a belief that you could do whatever advice he offered.

He absolutely loved his children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren, and the feeling was mutual. He made it his business that whenever a new Fuller baby arrived, he would show up to take a picture with the baby and whisper "Papaw loves you" in his/her ear so that the baby would know his voice and his love for them from the start.

Prince transitioned from this life to the next on December 21, 2022, surrounded by those who loved him most. He leaves to cherish his memory his devoted wife Wyvone Fuller of Mayflower, Arkansas; daughters Eyvett Fuller of Houston, Texas; Stephanie Fuller of Maumelle, Arkansas; Annette Fuller of Conway, Arkansas and LaPrincess Fuller of Little Rock, Arkansas; son Steven Fuller (Drea) of Conway, Arkansas; brothers James Fuller (Helen) of Mayflower, Arkansas, David Fuller of Los Angeles, California; sisters Louise Green (Larry), Willia Harvey, Phyllis Fuller, Leanner Porter, and Mary Ann Fuller all of Houston, Texas; eleven grandchildren Nikecia, Paul, Meagan, Rakeam, Kendra, Antheia, LaQuitney, Princeton, Kennedie, Jayden and Malik; fourteen great grandchildren, Jeremiah, Nevaeh, Hayden, Kayden, Aniyah, Raleigh, Aubrie, Khloe, Azaira, Jevaeh, Kobe, Roman, Layla, and Rahzell; and host of in-laws, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Funeral services will be held 11:00 am, Friday, December 30, 2022 at Palarm Chapel Missionary Baptist Church, 795 Hwy 365 South, Mayflower, AR. Visitation 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm, Thursday, December 29, 2022 at the funeral home. Interment Ray Cemetery in Conway, AR. 

Services entrusted to Larry G. Acklin Funeral Home, 910 Walnut Street, Conway, AR. "IN YOUR TIME OF NEED...WE CARE."

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3:00 PM 12/29/2022 3:00:00 PM - 6:00 PM 12/29/2022 6:00:00 PM
Larry G. Acklin Funeral Homes - Conway

910 Walnut
Conway, AR 72032

Larry G. Acklin Funeral Homes - Conway
910 Walnut Conway 72032 AR
United States





11:00 AM 12/30/2022 11:00:00 AM
Palarm Chapel Missionary Baptist Church

795 Hwy 365 South
Mayflower, AR 72106

Palarm Chapel Missionary Baptist Church
795 Hwy 365 South Mayflower 72106 AR
United States

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