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1936 Norman 2017

Norman Keith Fuller

April 8, 1936 — September 15, 2017

Norm Fuller, 81, of Centennial, Colorado, formerly of McCool Junction and Ogallala, Nebraska, passed away unexpectedly on September 15, 2017, at the Sky Ridge Medical Center in Denver.

Norm was born on April 8, 1936, to Kenneth "Bub" and Virginia (Cudaback) Fuller, in McCool Junction, Nebraska. He attended school in McCool Junction, graduating from high school. After graduation, he attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for a short period of time, when he stopped to join the Marines.

Upon returning to Nebraska, he started working for Geis Motors in York, as a salesman. In 1968, he moved his family to Ogallala, when he and his wife, Barbara, purchased a new car dealership calling it Fuller Motor Company. He was very active in the Ogallala community and the Nebraska New Car Dealers Association. After the sale of the dealership, he moved to Denver, Colorado, where he continued to wholesale vehicles to dealers.

Norm didn't know the meaning of retirement. He loved talking to dealers and finding them the vehicles that they needed. He also loved to read and watch golf and football. He was a huge Nebraska Husker fan and belonged to the Coloradans for Nebraska group in Denver. His children, laughingly, remember him in the 70's wearing a red polyester suit to the Nebraska games.

Norm is survived by his mother, Virginia Fuller, of York, NE and his children, Doug (Linda) Fuller of Ogallala, NE, Deb (Larry) Miller of Centennial, CO and Tish (Mark) Roland of Cape Coral, FL. He had four grandsons, Doug Roland of Tampa, FL, Dan Roland, Zachary Fuller and Brandon Fuller, all of Lincoln, NE. He also had two very special friends, David and Tracey Baker.

He was preceded in death by his father Bub and his brother Danny.

Memorials are suggested to the United Methodist Church of McCool Junction in Norm's memory. Condolences may be shared at

The family chose cremation. A celebration of his life is being planned to take place at a later date in McCool Junction.

Prairie Hills Funeral Home of Ogallala is assisting the Fuller family.
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