Jason Fuller's Memorial Legacy

 Our dearly beloved brother Jason Fuller was diagnosed with Leukemia 8 years ago. At the start his life he was presented with a challenge of having to fight for his life. He was told by medical professionals that He had a chance to beat this, but time and time again he was set back and felt defeated but always found Fuller strength to keep fighting.      By God's perfect design he put in place a group of friends and loved ones that became his family. Through that family he found courage, strength and bravery to face the obstacles that were presented. He was fully determined to beat this.  As time passed by and different treatments were applied the Cancer grew stronger. His sister donated her bone marrow to save his life a true brothers keeper. Again the Cancer came back more aggressive.  His regular routine included doctors appointments, chemo and transfusions. When he wasn't at Hopkins he was struggling with simple daily activities that not only took a physical toll on him but also an emotional one. At the end of 2016 he was told that he needed to make peace with his condition. He decided that he was going to live in Fuller style. From that point on we did what we could to fulfill his desires, everything from his cravings, hang out, movie nights and even a guys trip. He was LIVING instead of worrying about his illness.  November 2017 he enjoyed a lovely friendsgiving . Upon his request an ugly sweater party was held. December 2017 was when his health turned for worse. It put a pause in the lives of those around him. The Fulleracci family made it their business to do all they could at all cost to stay by his side through and through.   New years eve arrived and sure enough without much needed said the Fulleracci family decided to welcome the new year right by his side. Those who couldn't physically be there were there in spirit. A week after that he was taken to the hospital to find out more complications had occurred. He was there for a couple weeks to only encounter a deterioration in his health which lead to him to hospice.   The two days that he spent in hospice were filled with love and support from everyone he ever touched. His family and friends had only one interest in mind which was making him as comfortable as possible and reassuring him that he is loved.  Jason "Sombrerokid" Fuller lost his battle on Sunday, January 28, 2018.  FULLER will always be remembered as a shining beacon of life that touched all those around him. He was the life of the party and he will forever live in those who made memories with him. We ask that we all come together in this final stage and contribute towards Fulleracci Legacy and Proper Send Off. A portion of the funds will be donated to Leukemia Research. Fuller said " I'm not giving up my body is." We thank you with all sincerity for any amount you can give. FULLERACCI STRONG 
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Maria Duarte 
Silver Spring, MD

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