Dec. 4, 1916--Sept. 18, 2005
CAMBRIDGE -- Geneva Grace Fuller, 88, died Sunday (Sept. 18, 2005) at the Cambridge Manor.
She was born north of Cambridge on the family farm Dec. 4, 1916, to Orva B. and Josephine (Heitmann) Trosper. The family moved south of Cambridge, where she attended rural school.
She married Clyde Fuller on Sept. 10, 1936, in McCook.
She moved to Bloomington, Calif., but returned to Cambridge in 1986.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Clyde; daughter, Marilyn; one brother, Gary Trosper; and infants, Marie, Twila and Eldon.
Survivors include special friend, Dan Richardson of Cambridge; one son, Jimmie and wife, Monta Rae Fuller of Bloomington, Calif.; two brothers, Fred and wife, Nellie Jean Trosper of Cambridge and Wren and wife, Luella Trosper of Arapahoe; six sisters, Roberta Menges of McCook, Ardith Lorimer of McCook, Mildred Farr of Kearney, Donna Wier of Cambridge, Joyce and husband Rod Boyer of Smith Center, Kan., and Dixie and husband, Leonard Swanson of Curtis; two granddaughters; and four great-grandchildren;.
Services will be Wednesday, 10:30 a.m., at the Lockenour-Jones Mortuary in Cambridge with the Rev. Tim Burke officiating. Interment will be at the Wilsonville Cemetery.
Memorials are being accepted in her name at the mortuary.
Lockenour-Jones Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.