Philippa Fuller, 89, of Princeton, Mo., formerly of Osceola, died Nov. 12, 2013, at Pearl’s II Eden for Elders in Princeton, Mo.
Philippa was cremated under the direction of Greenlee-Middleton Funeral Service of Princeton, Mo. Inurnment memorial services will be at a later date at the Mose Clark Cemetery in Climax Springs, Mo.
Philippa Yvonne Fuller, daughter of Doris (Dover) and Vernon Cox, was born Sept. 28, 1924, in London, England.
Philippa came to America in 1927 at the age of 3 and lived in Vineland, N.J., where she graduated from high school.
In 1943, Philippa married Leland C. “Lee” Fuller in Bethany, Mo.
They move to Davenport, where Lee attended Palmer College of Chiropractic.
After his graduation, they moved to Osceola, where Lee had a chiropractic practice.
Philippa became a naturalized citizen of the United States in 1959.
Philippa worked as a dog groomer in Des Moines.
Philippa is survived by her sons, Greg (wife Toni) Fuller of Climax Springs, Mo., and John Fuller of Fort Smith, Ark.; granddaughters, Lindsay and Sarah Fuller of Springfield, Mo; grandsons, Gregory James Fuller and Greg and Brian Herrington; great-granddaughters, Paige Graham, Anna Herrington and Lauren Fuller; great-grandsons, Austin, Dan and John Herrington; great-great-grandson Wyatt Graham; the staff at Pearl’s II Eden for Elders; other relatives and friends.
Philippa was preceded in death by her parents, husband in November 1990, and son Mark Fuller.