ForeverMissed

This site was set up to honour the memory of Br. Uriel Fuller and to express deep appreciation for the love shown him by his spiritual family, especially those from the Passage Forte Cong.

The family of Uriel Fuller is inviting you to his memorial service on Zoom.
Topic: Uriel Fuller's Memorial Service
Time: Nov 7, 2020 03:30 PM America/Jamaica

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Meeting ID: 841 3366 3180
Passcode: 119007
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Posted by Desmond James on November 7, 2020
I knew brother Fuller from years ago as a youth. I recall him riding his bike to attend the meetings at Windward Congregation, we used to listen out for the sound of his bike to know whenhe arrived. He always set a good example in regular meeting attendance. He had other exemplary qualities such as humility, kindness and willingly worked at maintaining the Kingdom Hall. He was impartial in his relationship with the brothers. May Jehovah the "God of all comfort" give comfort to all family members and friends in this time of bereavement.
Posted by Lerone Blake on November 7, 2020
We know that this is a difficult time for the Fuller family, but as Jehovah says in his word he will never leave us for forsake, but he will hold our hands with his right hand of righteousness. May Jehovah prove to be your refuge and tower of strenght in this time and in the future. And may we live for the day when we will say life without end at last. Take care.
Love from The Blake family.
Posted by David Williams on November 6, 2020
  Annette Fuller —"My father was a spiritual man. He loved Jehovah and he loved the truth. The truth was always a way of life for him. He was an example to us. Always telling us about Jehovah whenever he had the chance seen that he worked mostly night's. He loved Bible prophesies and that is how I came to appreciate them from an early age.
He cared a great deal about all of his children. When his first born died, I remember him crying.
He loved the ministry. It was a priority for him. He was also a good provider for his family. You'll be truly missed. As the words of Ps.18:25a says: "With someone loyal you act in loyalty" And I'm sure Jehovah will act loyally in your behalf.”
Posted by Roy Fuller on November 6, 2020
FROM VALERIE HAYE
Brother Uriel Fuller was a close friend and brother. I have known him for years. A spiritual man who had deep love for the truth. He was humble and kind. Jehovah gave him a talent that he could quote the scriptures and bring out the information in such a way that you can understand, and bring life to the talk. I learned so much from him. He was my dear friend and brother. If I ask him to do something for me, he would give a bright smile and say yes sis. At times he would come by me and I said, I want to go by the mall, I'm going to ride with you. He would laugh and say, "you brave"! Any way we go on the bike and back. We had good times together! He will be sadly missed, but soon I will see him in paradise, my friend and brother.
Posted by Annette Fuller on November 5, 2020
My father was a spiritual man. He loved Jehovah and he loved the truth. The truth was always a way of life for him. He was an example to us. Always telling us about Jehovah whenever he had the chance seen that he worked mostly night's. He loved Bible prophesies and that is how I came to appreciate them from an early age.
He cared a great deal about all of his children. When his first born died, I remember him crying.
He loved the ministry. It was a priority for him. He was also a good provider for his family. You'll be truly missed. As the words of Pr.18:25a says: "With someone loyal you act in loyalty" And I'm sure Jehovah will act loyally in your behalf.
Posted by Annette Fuller on November 5, 2020
My father was a spiritual man. He loved Jehovah and he loved the truth. The truth was always a way of life for him. He was an example to us. Always telling us about Jehovah whenever he had the chance seen that he worked mostly night's. He loved Bible prophesies and that is how I came to appreciate them from an early age.
He cared a great deal about all of his children. When his first born died, I remember him crying.
He loved the ministry. It was a priority for him. He was also a good provider for his family. You'll be truly missed. As the words of Pr.18:25a says: "With someone loyal you act in loyalty" And I'm sure Jehovah will act loyally in your behalf.
Posted by Zara . on November 5, 2020
I admired my grandfather's hospitality. Although he wasn't the best cook, he always made sure that his grandchildren had a meal to eat. Like Lydia he extended hospitality.
Posted by Annette Fuller on November 5, 2020
My father was a spiritual man. He loved Jehovah and he loved the truth. The truth was always a way of life for him. He was an example to us. Always telling us about Jehovah whenever he had the chance seen that he worked mostly night's. He loved Bible prophesies and that is how I came to appreciate them from an early age.
He cared a great deal about all of his children. When his first born died, I remember him crying.
He loved the ministry. It was a priority for him. He was also a good provider for his family. You'll be truly missed. As the words of Pr.18:25a says: "With someone loyal you act in loyalty" And I'm sure Jehovah will act loyally in your behalf.
Posted by Tahrita Clarke on November 5, 2020
Like others, I’ve come to know Father Fuller through his love for Jehovah. As a little girl, I remember how afraid I was because he spoke so strongly and you could feel his conviction. Of course, as I got older this became my reason to love Father and value his place in the congregation. I will continue to remind myself of the lessons learned and share them with others. Looking to share jokes with Father when he’s awake.
Posted by Vincent Robinson on November 4, 2020
We the Robinson,from bermuda meet.bro Fuller some 8years ago .and what impress us about him,he was able to quote the scriptures and make it come alive,and you would understand that scripture better then before,we told him we would like to take him around as our pocketbook,he would just laugh.we could sit and listen to him all day talking abou
Posted by Vincent Robinson on November 4, 2020
We the Robinsons,from bermuda.meet bro F
Posted by Gareth Thomas on November 4, 2020
I still have memories of him slowly coming through the kingdom hall passage with a smile on his face. Ready to share a smile or to share a laugh. He really did try hard to stay connected to Jehovah and his efforts have always impressed me. These are the memories you left me with and thanks for the many words of encouragement. See you soon my friend.
Posted by Williams Raquel on November 4, 2020
Uriel Fuller, here was a man of superlatively high standards, complete integrity, and boundless enthusiasm for whatever task he took in hand. Anyone, who was privileged to know him, is likely not to forget the candor of his speech, the courage of his faith, the warm and glowing brightness of his friendship. What he believed, he believed with heart and soul. He fought hard for the truth, and the cause for which he fought was good and right. See him in the new world.
Posted by Roy Fuller on November 4, 2020
From ENID EDWARDS
I met father Fuller in the south congregation, and he is a kind gentle and loving father. He was always there to give me a helping hand spiritually and manually. Whenever he visited my home, it was always a pleasure for my son Ricardo to sit with father Fuller and talk about Jehovah and his son Christ Jesus. My son would sit and listen, you would see the joy in his eyes, even after father Fuller have left. We would discuss some of the topics that he learned, even look up the Bible verses. Father Fuller always show in a true sense what a father is. I love and appreciate him. He will be missed. EVERY WORD IS TRUE!
Posted by Donna Allen on November 3, 2020
Father was a dedicated man for Jehovah. He is a family man, he loves his grandchildrens. I have given Mr. Fuller and Mrs. Fuller my time in taking care of them both until there passing, as a daughter in law I respect,love and care for them both..
The race is not for the swift but who can ensure it. Rest in peace ✌️
Posted by Donna Allen on November 3, 2020
Father was a dedicated man for Jehovah. He is a family man, he loves his grandchildrens. I have given Mr. Fuller and Mrs. Fuller my time in taking care of them both until there passing, as a daughter in law I respect,love and care for them both..
The race is not for the swift but who can ensure it. Rest in peace ✌️
Posted by Abigail Martiller on November 3, 2020
Grandfather, was a quiet man. Although he didn't talk much, when he did it was to counsel us on Jehovah's word. My most fond memory of him is riding on his bike to meetings. It was scary, but I remember he would always remind me to "hold on tight."

When I asked my mom Odette, his daughter what she would like to say for her tribute. She kept it simple and her thoughts to me highlight fada's greatest achievement, she said "He served Jehovah faithfully."

We will miss you.
Posted by Kadian Arthurs on November 2, 2020
Brother Uriel Fuller was a close friend and brother, a spiritual man who had deep love and aprecation for the truth. He was admired for his effective ways of presenting the kingdom message.  When you looked on Bro. Fuller you saw someone who loves Jehovah; he was humble, kind and always had a smile and a warm greeting.            From - The Arthurs Family.
Posted by Jason Tucker on November 1, 2020
Brother Fuller was our key spiritual mentor. It was a great joy working with him in the ministry, including having him on our bible studies. He was a man of spiritual depth, good at explaining and illustrating main spiritual gems. It was a pleasure to listen to him for hours, expressing deep truths and appreciation for his God Jehovah, moments I truly cherished and will missed. He was our friend, so generous, he was willing to assist me with repairs without charging me. The last conversation we had centered on the Resurrection, it seems that he was preparing his heart and mind for his final days. He was loyal man of deep meditation, integrity and love and certainly in God's memory. Terraine and I missed him alot, he was a friend, father, grandfather and spiritual mentor

Posted by Paul Fuller on November 1, 2020
Paul 
My Dad, affectionately called ' Father'. He loved Jehovah and his organization also he had a deep love for divine truth because it is transformative, the truth changes lives for the better. Among other things, my father, he believed in family; he was a good family man.
I am looking forward to be reunited with him, in a world where there are no strangers, only friends even those we have never met.
Posted by Stacey Savizon-Ellis on October 31, 2020
I loved listening to Bro Fuller's talks. They were always so well prepared and he enunciated his words so clearly, you are sure to get the point.
Jehovah will indeed remember him and give him the reward of a resurrection. I look forward to been there to help welcome him back.
My family will continue to pray that Jehovah give comfort and strength to the Fuller's as they mourn their loss.
Posted by Phillip Harris on October 31, 2020
It was always a pleasurable learning experience working along with Brother Fuller in the ministry. He was happy and bouyed to be out there witnessing. The apathy displayed by many was such a concern that it pushed him to be ever present in the ministry. Our between doors conversation was always up building and deep. Although his hearing was not 100% it worked to his advantage, especially when persons declined the opportunity to listen but Brother Fuller didn't hear. On such occasions a thorough witness was given. His contribution by way of knowledge and experience was invaluable when he accompanied me on my Bible studies. Looking forward to working with him on the other side of the Jordan!
Posted by Roy Fuller on October 30, 2020
Dad had a deep love and appreciation for Bible truth. A love that he saw in his parents. He found delight thinking and talking about Bible truth. It was like food to him, and he loved his food! His children and grandchildren saw that in him. Dad was also a keen Bible student and could be seen regularly deep in study of the Bible and Bible publications.Our appreciative creator promises that a book of rememberance will be written up for those in fear of hlm and those thinking about his name.Our faithful God will keep his promise! Love always dad! Thanks for faithfully passing on the flame.
Posted by Teneice Foster on October 27, 2020
We called you father, not because we were all your children but because even if we weren't you were a father to us. You thought us right from wrong, how to be strong and most of all how to keep fighting no matter what. Your strength and belief in Jehovah was always evident and you could always fix or build anything, once it needed to be done you got it. When we last spoke I told you how it felt not being able to provide the way you and mama would and you told me it was "alright every weh have it rough" this instantly made me feel better you had a away of doing that. You could be hard on us but we always knew you cared and your ❤️ was always with us. If it is Jehovah's will I'll be the first to greet you in paradise your grand daughter or as you would say whenever you saw me "white man".
Posted by J Lewis on October 27, 2020
You are not with us now but we will soon see you again Daddy Fuller.
Matt 5:28,29
Posted by Jason Tucker on October 25, 2020
Anyone can be a father. However, it takes a man to be a Daddy. From Terraine with love.Thank you father for being awesome.

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Posted by Desmond James on November 7, 2020
I knew brother Fuller from years ago as a youth. I recall him riding his bike to attend the meetings at Windward Congregation, we used to listen out for the sound of his bike to know whenhe arrived. He always set a good example in regular meeting attendance. He had other exemplary qualities such as humility, kindness and willingly worked at maintaining the Kingdom Hall. He was impartial in his relationship with the brothers. May Jehovah the "God of all comfort" give comfort to all family members and friends in this time of bereavement.
Posted by Lerone Blake on November 7, 2020
We know that this is a difficult time for the Fuller family, but as Jehovah says in his word he will never leave us for forsake, but he will hold our hands with his right hand of righteousness. May Jehovah prove to be your refuge and tower of strenght in this time and in the future. And may we live for the day when we will say life without end at last. Take care.
Love from The Blake family.
Posted by David Williams on November 6, 2020
  Annette Fuller —"My father was a spiritual man. He loved Jehovah and he loved the truth. The truth was always a way of life for him. He was an example to us. Always telling us about Jehovah whenever he had the chance seen that he worked mostly night's. He loved Bible prophesies and that is how I came to appreciate them from an early age.
He cared a great deal about all of his children. When his first born died, I remember him crying.
He loved the ministry. It was a priority for him. He was also a good provider for his family. You'll be truly missed. As the words of Ps.18:25a says: "With someone loyal you act in loyalty" And I'm sure Jehovah will act loyally in your behalf.”
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PERFECT GROOMING!

Shared by Richard Smith on November 2, 2020
One thing I admired about Father is that he always take pride in his appearances, especially when going to the meetings.
During those times he always called me "come here, grandson" and I have to make sure that not a gray hair remains is in his head.  All hairs have to be black and he had his looking glass, paying keen attention to what I was doing, so I have to make sure that his hair is perfectly groomed. No dandruff! No gray hairs!
His example has taught me to pay keen attention to my attire and grooming when going out, especially to the meetings.

Shared by Richard Smith on November 2, 2020
I am the first grandson, so I have the privilege of living with "Father" for a part of my life. During that time, I learned a lot from him and that time spent with him helped to chart my life course. He was a no-nonsense person, especially when it comes on to the truth. Let me give an example: Before coming in the truth, my grandmother used to go to the "Revivalist Church". I remember once, she and some of her church sisters were in the bedroom, in the Holy Ghost, speaking in tongues and carrying on. No one heard Father, because he did not ride his bike from work that day. Stealthily, he crept into the house, under the cover of the noise and shouted at the top of his voice "OONU CUM OUTYA WIDI" The Holy Ghost disappeared. All the ladies scattered, including my grandmother.!!! So although at that time, Father was not that active as a of Jehovah, yet he did not tolerate Interfaith. And so his fine example has helped through the years to serve Jehovah, exclusively and without reservation.