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Albert "Mack" Fuller, 71, of West Seneca, a former auto and truck parts clerk, died Friday (Dec. 24, 1999) in Mercy Skilled Nursing Home after a long illness.

Fuller had been retired since 1981 after being disabled by a heart attack. He last worked for Fleet Maintenance, West Seneca.

Earlier he was employed by Wolcott's Brake Service and Donnelly Diesel, both in Buffalo, and West Seneca Auto Parts.

Born in Buffalo, Fuller grew up in West Seneca. He attended Lord of Life Adult Day Care Center in 1998.

He was formerly a member of the 8-Ball CB Club, the Ding-a-ling CB Club and the Funny Farm CB Social Club.

Fuller and his wife, the former Catherine Mittendorf, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Nov. 27.

Besides his wife, he is survived by a son, Albert Jr. of Lancaster; a sister, Joan Rowe of Willets, Calif.; and 10 grandchildren.

A service was held Tuesday in Loomis, Offers and Loomis Funeral Home.


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