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Malcolm Reid Fuller Jr.

June 26, 1945 — March 9, 2015

Malcolm “Mal” Reid Fuller Jr. On Monday, March 9, 2015, Malcolm Reid Fuller Jr, died of Congestive Heart Failure at Genesis Keene Center, located in Keene, New Hampshire. Malcolm was born at Massachusetts Lying Inn in Boston, Massachusetts, on June 26, 1945, son of Malcolm Reid Fuller Sr. and Francis (Symonds) Fuller of Lexington, Mass. Mal first came to New Hampshire as a boy when his mother and father vacationed in Wolfeboro, and he then went to Northwoods Camp in Tuftonboro. Later, he served as assistant grounds keeper at Shore Acres in Tuftonboro. He moved to Wolfeboro in 1966, where he was a well known community member. He owned Mal’s Lakeside TV, Operated Funspot’s Wolfeboro location in the Wolfeboro Shopping Canter, before it moved to Clarke Plaza and eventually became Fullers’ Bowling and Games. After that, Mal opened Robomotive, an automotive repair garage in Melvin Village. He was probably best known for driving around in his green 1951 Hudson Hornet around the area in the summertime. Mal was also an area author. He started “Happy Motoring” in the Wolfeboro Times, which turned into “About your Car” when he moved to the Granite State News. These articles focused on car maintenance. Simultaneously, he wrote Motoring/Rambling Through History for the Weirs Times. In this bi-weekly column, Mal talked about automotive history, old radios, as well as other topics he felt interesting or would be interesting to his loyal readers. Malcolm is survived by his sister Beverly Parsons of Wolfeboro, His ex-wife Rena E Fuller of Hampton Beach, as well as his children: Ronald L. Fuller of Wakefield, James A. Fuller of Yigo, Guam, Edwin A. Fuller of Palmyra, Maine, Betty Jane Fuller of Wildwood, Florida, and Malcolm R. Fuller III of Keene. He is also survived by scads of grandchildren and great grandchildren. There will be no calling hours, and no memorial services are planned at this time. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to March of Dimes, Attention: DRFR, 1275 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, New York 10605.
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