Fuller – Charles H. of Winter Park, Fl. Passed away peacefully on February 26th 2021 after a valiant fight with esophageal cancer. Chuck spent a long career in the golfing industry. He was a beloved Husband to Denise, devoted Father, Grandfather, and Great-GrandFather. Survived by Son-in-law, (Geoff), Daughter Dawn and husband (Tom), Son, Dennis and wife (Holly), Son, Chuck, Son, Sean and wife (Donna), Son, James and wife (Jamie), Daughter, Lisa aka Razz and husband (George), 12 GrandChildren, 9 Great GrandChildren and his beloved Dog Hollywood. There are a few other family members that meant a lot to Chuck, Annamae who he considered as his favorite Mother in Law, Sister in Law, Anne Marie and Brother in Law, Mike. He is preceded in Death by his wife Nancy Fuller, Daughter Diana and Grand Daughter Brianna.
Amongst being a scratch golfer most of his adult life, he enjoyed playing golf with many close family members and friends. Chuck was also an awesome short game player, he could place a golf ball from 100 yards into the green and land it right at the stick, we named it the Chuckie Shot. There was no one that could beat him and he was always up to any challenge because he would whoop your butt. Chuck also, adventured many things in his life that people would only dream of. He traveled to many destinations with Denise, Arizona where he went hot air ballooning and Jeep riding in the desert and mountains and played golf, he went jet skiing and deep sea fishing in addition to parasailing in West Palm Beach, FL., where he also played golf. Traveling to Gatlinburg, TN where he went horseback riding for the first time in his life, he thought he was the Marlboro man, until he realized the tour was going to be 2 hours how fast he wanted to jump off that horse, but he did not. He played at the best golf courses , in Hilton Head, SC, many courses in the Myrtle Beach, NC area and St. Augustine, Fl. He also had the opportunity to play in the World Am Dupont Tournament held in Myrtle Beach, NC. Chuck loved life, he enjoyed spending time with his Great Grandbabies, Karlee, Raelynn and Alaina. He had an incredible sense of humor you never knew what was going to come out of his mouth. Chuck lived a full life he will be deeply missed by his family, friends and all that knew him.