Scott L Fuller, 54, of Manchester, passed away peacefully on July 12 at the Merrimack Community Hospice House after an 18-month courageous battle with pancreatic cancer.
Born in Manchester on August 1, 1966, he was the son of Lawrence and Kathleen (Kelly) Fuller. Scott was educated through the Manchester School District. He had a hunger for knowledge, attended a variety of courses, and received his Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Southern New Hampshire University in 2017.
Scott served the Manchester Police Department for 23 years, retiring as Sergeant in 2013. His commitment to serve and protect was done with the utmost care, concern, and safety. From there he worked at SNHU as a Public Safety Officer and later as a Student Conduct Manager.
Scott will forever be remembered for his loyalty, smile, kind heart, and loving embrace. His favorite times were those spent with his family. He enjoyed traveling to Universal Studios Orlando every year with his son Jacob, and ensured Kayla would always have the strength to do whatever she wanted in life. He and his wife raised an amazing family and created many wonderful and ever lasting memories.
Scott's greatest self-achievement was becoming a 5th Degree Master in Taekwondo. He enjoyed playing golf, fishing, and traveling to Florida, but most of all cherished those he called "family". He was a selfless man, and will forever hold a place in the hearts he touched.
He is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 31 years, Patricia (Hadley) Fuller, his children, Jacob Fuller and Kayla Fuller all of Manchester, his father Lawrence Fuller of Manchester, brother Mark Fuller and his wife Sandi along with their children Cormik and Casey Fuller, and many nieces, nephews, and cousins. His mother predeceased him in 2002.
Calling hours at Lambert Funeral Home & Crematory, 1799 Elm Street, corner of North St., will be Thursday, July 15 from 4pm-8pm. A graveside committal service will take place on Friday, July 16 at 11am at Pine Grove Cemetery, Manchester.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Merrimack Community Hospice House and/or the Manchester Police Mount Patrol c/o Officer Kelly McKenney (firstname.lastname@example.org).
To send an online message of condolence, please go to www.lambertfuneralhome.com