Dale Fuller is turning 80!
The children of Dale Fuller would like to invite you to attend an open house in honor of his 80 th birthday.
Feb 18 At the LaSal LDS Church 5 pm – 8 pm program around 6
Come say hi, laugh, and enjoy the company.
Dale Fuller was born in MonticelloFeb 28, 1932 to Lewis C Fuller and Della Marie Fox (his Dr. said it was Feb 29, His mom did not want to have him only have a birthday every 4 yrs so she told the Dr It was the 28 th and that was that. Dale was born 10 minutes after midnight, but the Dr. changed it to 10 minutes before midnight to make her happy.)
Dad was the only boy of 6 children. His father taught him at an early age how to drive heavy equipment. He was taught to be a hard worker and never stop till the work was done. This quality Dale has handed down to his children as well.
Dale was stricken with Polio when he was a young boy, but with proper care was able to over came the disease with little side effects
Dale grew up inMonticello, except for a couple years he lived inSaltLakewith his Grand Mother. While inSaltLakehe attendedWestHigh School, there he was a champion boxer.
Dale was an extremist, He loved rodeos, and he was a bull rider as well as riding bareback broncos.
Dale married Jacqueline Harvey May 28, 1949. They were blessed with 6 children, Kathy, Lewis, Lane, Russel, Laile and Kendall.
Dale loved to spend time together with his family. Every weekend was set aside for camping, fishing, and hunting or just out riding the horses.
Dales started working for San Juan County Rd. Dept. in 1950, then he moved to the State road dept. for a few yrs, then he went back to the County where he retired after almost 40 yrs working for the county.
Dale and Jacque reside in LaSal where they have lived for the past 30 yrs.