Jacqueline Louise Harvey Fuller December 19, 1932 ~ January 30, 2022

A woman of extreme faith, a woman of selfless service, a woman of perseverance, a woman full of compassion, a woman of talent beyond measure an incredible lady completed her journey here on earth, quietly on January 30, 2022, in Goshen, UT at the home of her son Russel and Brenda Fuller.
Jacque was born December 19, 1932, in Mesa AZ to Julius and Louise Harvey. She was the second of ten children.
When Jacque was eight months old, the Harvey family moved to Horsehead, UT.
Jacque loved living out of town on the farm. She learned from her mom how to cook, clean, garden, and be self-reliant.
She loved spending time with siblings. They were her best friends. They had a whole world to explore with the canyons and ruins in their backyard.
Jacque loved her family and was sad when her parents moved her to Monticello to live with her grandparents so she could continue her education.
She could not wait for Fridays, when her father would pick her up and take her back to the farm. On Monday morning, she was taken back to Monticello. Even though Jacque never had a college degree, she was very intelligent. She delighted in teaching herself how to do something she had never done before.
While going to school in Monticello, she met blonde hair, blue-eyed Dale Fuller. In October 1948, he asked her to the Deer Hunters Ball, from that point on they became inseparable.
They were married on May 28, 1949 in Lockerby, UT. She was 16 and he was 17.
The marriage was solemnized in the Manti Temple in 1966.
Jacque loved being a wife and could not wait to start her own family. In 1950, she was blessed with her first child Kathryn, with Lewis, Lane, Russel, Laile and Kendall to follow.
Jacque kept an orderly home that was filled with love, laughter, happiness and the Holy Spirit.
Jacque had a strong love for her Savior Jesus Christ and her Heavenly Father. She did not have to work to be Christ-like, it just came naturally to her. She taught her children to be strong and faithful in all things.
Jacque was a talented lady. She taught herself to do many things, wood working making tables and chairs for kids and grandkids and the best Barbie doll furniture. She was an excellent seamstress, never using a pattern. She had a green thumb and could grow anything. She canned, croqueted, quilted, made homemade soap, all kinds of candy and cheese.
Her joy was painting. She could take a plain white canvas and turn it into a beautiful masterpiece. Her specialty was animals. Elk and cougars would jump right off the canvas. She has her painting on walls all over the world.
Jacque never said an unkind word about anyone. She taught her children the same principle. She was a compassionate, kind, and most loving woman.
Jacque will be remembered for her enormous garden, her beautiful flowers, her well-kept yard, her love for her children and grandchildren, and her unconditional love for everyone.
Jacque is survived by her six children, Kathryn (Richard) Madsen of Arizona City, AZ, Lewis ( Marsha) of St George UT, Lane (Helen) of La Sal, Russel (Brenda) of Goshen UT, Laile Fuller-Tolbert (Clay) of St George, and Kendall (Pam) of Monticello UT, 26 grandchildren, 50 great grandchildren and six great-great grandchildren (with two more being born this year), siblings Bessie Howe of Monticello, Melvin (Karen) Harvey of Nanana AK, Sandra (Bill) Bacon (Bill) of Mt Home ID, and Lynne (Butch) Robinson of St George.
She is preceded in death by husband Dale Fuller, grandson Heath Fuller, granddaughter Kristin Hughes, great granddaughter Morgan Tiffeni Rasmussen-Gardner, parents, brothers Jay and Jimmy, and sisters Mary Brown, Sharon Riley and Verdell Call.
Her reunion will be wonderful on the other side. She will be missed greatly. Until we meet again.
Funeral services are Saturday, February 5 at 11 a.m. at the Monticello Utah Stake Center of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
A viewing will be held from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. in the same location.
Interment in the Monticello Cemetery following the funeral.

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