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Lavinia Fuller

March 16, 1977 ~ November 3, 2021 (age 44)

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Lavinia Yevette Fuller: Life began March16,1977 in Paterson New Jersey. Departed on November 3, 2021, in South Bend Indiana

    Lavinia was always a strong-willed person. She was eager to learn also to succeed.  Her family moved to Virginia, where she attended Powhatan High School. She   was in all accelerated classes.  Lavinia took Nursing courses while in High School. When her class graduated, they only needed to take the State   Board   to   become   L.P.N.s. She was accepted into the nursing program at the Medical College of Virginia, where she worked for the Dean of Nursing. She left college after two years and moved to Indiana to live with family. She took a few courses to become a teacher in the South Bend Community Schools. She dated then married Tourence Ford. They were married for several years before divorcing. Lavinia resumed her nursing career working with Visiting Angles, a hospice care organization.

     Left to cherish her memory and carry on her legacy are sons Jamal Fuller {Tasha}, Jaquane Fuller {Kelsea} and daughters Destiny Fuller {Josh} and Amyah Corley; {dad} Darrell J. Daniel, mother Velgean W. Daniel, {biological father} Lee Authur Adams Sr.; three brothers, Cedric A. Fuller, Lee A. Adams Jr. and Ashton M. Daniel {Lindsey}; three sisters, Alice M. Adams {Binion}, Shenitra M. Abdullah {Omar} and Elese M. Williams {Chris}; 2 grandsons and 4 granddaughters. Many cousins, three close, Moqune D. Mosely-Davis, Shecky S. Fuller and J’w Adams; 4 uncles, 5 aunts, many students who loved and respected her, coworkers, a very special client we all knew as Mr. W.   and   many, many, many, many, associates.                                                            

Thoughts about our Mother

Amyah: I liked when we went shopping, bowling, on trips camping, canoeing, and cooking together I did not like when she yelled at me. I really, really, loved her.                               

Jaquane: My mom was a strong-willed woman, selfless and loving to anyone and everyone. She always demanded the best from us. As we grew up, we took care of each other as a close unit.  I just wished she lived her personal life more and fulfilled her dreams.  All in all, she was the    toughest!   brightest spirit I knew.

  Destiny: I loved everything about my mom, how beautiful my mom was and how she could light up a room with her smile. I didn’t like that she put everyone’s happiness before her own and gave her all to the wrong guys. What I loved about how she treated me is the fact she would   never judge me or anything. I could talk to her about everything, and she knew when she let us down and apologized and fixed it.  

Our family wants to thank everyone for their Prayers, kindness, and Love shown to all of us. God Bless you all.

                                                         The Daniel, Fuller Family’s

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