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Pauline Fuller
Services were held Sept. 2 for Pauline O. Blankenship Fuller, 87, of Ceres. She died Aug 29, 2011 at English Oaks Convalescent Hospital.

Burial was at Lakewood Memorial Park.

Born on April 19, 1924 in Hagerville, Ark., to George W. and Ozey R. Easley, Pauline retired from Campbell Soup Company in Modesto after 25 years of employment. She enjoyed spending time with her family, camping trips, dancing at the VFW or Moose Lodge of Modesto, and cooking with homemade biscuits, peach pies and fried chicken as her specialties. After husband George passed away in 1988 after 50 years of marriage, Pauline married Edgar Fuller, with whom she traveled with and danced.

She leaves behind her husband, Edgar Fuller of Ceres; her daughter Audrey Baxter of North Dakota; a sister, Mreata Chidister of Modesto; her brother G.W. "Buddy" Easle of Modesto; her granddaughter and caregiver, Sherrie LoForti of Ceres; her grandson Jerry "Wayne" Baxter of North Dakota; her stepdaughter, Helen Willis of Georgia; great- grandchildren, Richard "Dicki" LoForti and Danyelle LoForti, both of Ceres, and Jessica Baxter, Erica Baxter and Monica Little, all of Illinois; and great-great-granddaughters, Amiteous Lyons, Brooklyn and Peyton Little, all of Illinois. She was preceded in death by her first husband, George F. Blankenship, parents George W. and Ozey R. Easley, and brothers George "Mel" Easley and James Easley.

-Ceres Courier/ September 14, 2011