Henry James Fuller, 66, of Cambridge Springs passed away at UPMC Hamot on May 11, 2021. Henry was born in Meadville on April 9, 1955, to the late Mylo George Fuller and Anna Agnes Petrus Papuga Fuller. Henry graduated from Linesville Conneaut Summit High School in 1973 and studied welding at Crawford County Vo-Tech. He was a gifted welder employed at Riley Stoker in Erie for over thirty-five years until their doors closed in 2009. Henry was proud of his family homestead and spent countless hours helping his mother with chores and his father at their sawmill. He liked good music and would bang the drums at any opportunity. He appreciated fast cars and found his soulmate, Jann Sprague, in 1976 on one of those rides. They were wed in 2008. Their shared passion for old things took them to many auctions and flea markets. Henry enjoyed hunting with his family and friends and was happiest in the woods. He loved fiercely and held his friends in high regard.
In addition to his parents, Henry was preceded in death by brothers Tom, Chuck and Jerry Fuller; sister-in-law Charlotte Fuller; and brothers-in-law Robert Stark and Ted Myers.
Survivors include: his wife, Jann Sprague of Cambridge Springs; sister, Lina Stark of Conneautville; sister Elaine Myers of Conneautville; sister, Margaret Baldwin and her husband, Tom of Linesville; sisters-in-law: Amy Fuller of Linesville and Roberta Fuller of Conneautville; and many nieces, nephews, and great nieces and nephews.
Friends and family are invited to call at Van Matre Funeral Home, 306 Erie Street, Edinboro on June 12, 2021, from 11 a.m. until 12 noon at which time a memorial service will held. Following the service friends and family are invited to gather at Pat Crawford’s Juke Box in Edinboro.
Henry’s wishes were in lieu of flowers please take someone you love to dinner. Memorials may be made to the Community Blood Bank of Northwest Pennsylvania.