On Monday, January 10, 2022, in the late hours of the evening, our dear Glen Jay Fuller, 82, of Fort Benton, passed away. A Visitation was held on Thursday, January 13th from 3:00 to 5:00 PM at Croxford Funeral Home. A private family Graveside Service is Friday, January 14th with a Memorial Service to be held in the spring. A recording of the Graveside Service will be available to view later.
Born August 27, 1939, in Tremonton, UT to Alvin and Alma (Kemp) Fuller, he attended local schools, graduating from Bear River High School in 1957. He drove by Joan Tolman’s house one day, saying “I’m going to marry her!” and on September 19, 1962, they were wed in the Logan, UT temple. They enjoyed 51 ½ years together until her passing in 2013. In 2014 he married Judy Remick, enjoying 7 ½ years together until his death.
In 1957 Glen joined the National Guard, serving honorably for six years. He served for two years at southern states mission, Florida and Georgia, for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The family lived in Tremonton until 1966 where Glen worked as a county welder before they moved to Fort Benton, and he became a farmer. They would move to Geraldine in 1980, then back to Fort Benton in 2002. He managed the church welfare farm of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints from 1980 to 2002.
Glen enjoyed spending time on genealogy research, was a Boy Scout Leader, worked as a clerk for the church and worked at Fort Benton Recycling. He enjoyed the great outdoors, was a member of Walleyes Unlimited, loved to listen to the elk bugle at Slippery Ann, taking rides on his Razor in the desert at Quartsite, AZ and making runs to the local Dairy Queen. He cherished time spent with family, and adored his grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren.
Survivors include his loving wife, Judy; sons, Wayne (Suzie) Fuller of Three Forks, MT, Dallas (Anji) Fuller of Eureka Springs, AR; Russell (Terri) Fuller of Constantine, MI; stepsons, Chris (Kim) Westenskow of Mesa, AZ, Jonathan (Maylee) Westenskow of Yorktown, IL, Mark (Melissa) Westenskkow of Green River, WY, Leigh (Jamie) Remick of IN, Jeffrey (Ingrid) Remick of Crookston, MN; daughters, Veronica (Fred) Carlton of Holden, MO; stepdaughter, LeAnn (Eric) Engen of Fort Benton, MT; sisters, Florence (Gary) Hansen of Bear River City, UT, LeVee (Boyd) Yancy of American Falls, ID, Sarah Fierro of Katy, TX; brothers, Eldon Fuller of Garland, UT and Darwin (Sharon) Fuller of Sandy, UT; 15 grandchildren; 19 step-grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren; two step-great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild.
Those who preceded him in death include his wife, Joan Fuller; parents, Alvin and Alma Fuller; brother, Gerald (Juanita) Fuller; sistser-in-law, Doris Fuller (Eldon’s wife).
The family suggests donations be made to Fort Benton Recycles, P.O. Box 818 Ft. Benton, MT 59442 or Chouteau County Shop with a Sheriff, 406-622-5451.
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