Irvin Russell Fuller
1957 ~ 2022
Date of Death: September 25, 2022
In profound sadness, the staff of Veasley Funeral Home & Cremations, Inc. want to express our sincere condolences to the Fuller family. Irvin’s earthly temple is now resting in the care of Veasley Funeral Home. Revelations 21:4 says, "And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death; nor sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain, for the former things are passed away." Be assured that in the days ahead you will surely gain strength from the memories of Mr. Irvin Russell Fuller.
Derrick Veasley ~ Director
Henry Veasley ~ Director
Pastor E.C. Maltbia ~ Chaplain
Mr. Irvin Russell Fuller aka SHANE
When life begins it’s like an open door with many blank pages. Each day we live life and our deeds are recorded page by page until we close our eyes in death and await that great getting up morning. The pages of this book began for Irvin Russell Fuller on July 10, 1957 in Conway Arkansas to the late Ulice Lee and Mary E. Fuller. Russell one of seven children born to this union, four of which has preceded him in death.
He confessed faith in Christ at an early age. He was a 1974 graduate of Denver East High School in Denver, Colorado. Immediately following, he enlisted into the United States Army and served six years before being honorably discharged. Afterwards, he took numerous jobs in the Colorado area. He had great passion for DJing in local night clubs. He had a knack for stealing the show and soon became the center of attention. Not to mention his strong attitude and good looks. Russell loved children, animals, and became especially interested in raising and training horses. Two in particular, a golden palomino named Thunder and a black and white pinto named Lightning. Thunder claimed recognition from all around for his beauty, poise and dance, particularly the Grand Entry at National Rodeos. Russell won plaques, trophies, and pendants. One was for being the best dressed male horse rider. He was a member of three horse riding clubs: No Limit Riders, Down to Earth, and Arkansas True Steppers. He also loved fishing and hunting. When he would make a kill of a deer, he’d say “brown is down”.
He was a very loving father, son, brother, uncle, cousin, and grandfather. Shane never met anyone that he couldn’t call a friend. He loved hunting, riding and breaking horses, fishing, cooking and inviting the community for food and fun. But most of all he loved he’s children and family.
He leaves to mourn his loving memory, his fiancé Deloris Tisingsr; his daughters, Shaneil (Taft) Ealy of Conway, Arkansas, Saniia and Lauren Fuller of North Little Rock, Arkansas; stepson, Carlos Tisinger of Stuttgart, Arkansas; three grandchildren; sister, Carolyn (Otis) Cornett of Conway, Arkansas; brother Michael (Janet) Fuller of Aurora, Colorado, special niece, Cassandra (Micheal) Blakley and a host of nieces, nephews and many friends.
Walk through visitation will be held Sunday, October 2, 2022 from 3:00pm-4:00pm at Veasley Funeral Home.
Celebration of life service will be held Monday, October 3, 2022, 11:00am at True Holiness Saints Center, 198 Hwy 286 E., Conway, Arkansas 72032.
Committal service and final resting place will be held at Ray Cemetery, Conway, Arkansas.