William Fuller

William L. Fuller

Thursday, September 24th, 1970 - Saturday, November 7th, 2020
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William L. Fuller, 50, of New Castle passed away the morning of November 7, 2020 at UPMC Jameson.

Born on September 24, 1970 in Erie, PA he is survived by his mother, Gloria Lebron Copple and his step-father, Paul Copple, Sr.

On September 1, 2007 Bill married his beloved wife, the former Karrie Minteer. She survives at home.

Bill had worked at Carriage Manor as a Personal Physician’s Care Assistant.

He was a UFC enthusiast. Bill enjoyed playing cards and doing Fantasy Football. A loving husband, father and grandfather, Bill’s greatest joy was the time he spent with his family.

In addition to his parents and wife, Bill is survived by his daughter, Ya-Von Minteer and her companion, Michael Wilson, Sr. one brother, James Fuller, his sister-in-law, Angela Rainville, one sister, Theresa Nicolls and her husband Gary, two grandchildren, Michael and Colton Wilson, four nieces and five nephews and his dog, Rue.

A Memorial Service will be held on Tuesday, November 24th at 1:00 p.m. at the Ed & Don DeCarbo Funeral Home & Crematory, 3000 Wilmington Road. Rev. Matthew Bupp will officiate.

Visitors are required to adhere to CDC guide lines regarding the wearing of masks and practicing social distancing.
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George JoJo

Posted at 09:58am
It is great sorrow to moan a friend and furthermore a brother. Willy was a man with a kind heart the short time I got to know him, I think he is down to earth person and always loved to help. I remember about two years ago my house was broken into and some belongings were stollen one other being my kids clothes. When Mom Gloria shared with Willy about it he offered to buy my kids new dresses. Just how kind this man was. May his soul find rest in eternal glory. I know he is watching from heaven now.
What I can ask my America family is trust and be closer to God no matter what the challenges. The bible tells us in Rev.14:13 Then I heard a voice from heaven say, "Write this: Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord from now on." "Yes," says the Spirit, "they will rest from their labor, for their deeds will follow them.
William is dancing with the angels in heaven, he won't come back to us, but it is us who can follow him to where he is. God be with all the family, Karrie, Yavon and kids, Jimmy and Tc. Above all Gloria please be strong for her she sounds to be in deep shock.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May the almighty give each and everyone of you strength to pull through this hardest time. RIP Willy we loved you but God loved you most.

Ya-Von Minteer

Posted at 01:31am
I will miss my dad forever and a day. He was such a wonderful man he was so caring it didn't matter who you were if you were struggling he would always try to help even if he didn't have much. My dad was so kind hearted and so forgiving that even when people would be so ignorant he would still find it in his heart to forgive even if he know in his heart the "I'm sorry" wasn't true. My dad was such a wonderful father and husband when I was growing up even in his most hardest times he always made sure we had what we needed to live and even then would still find ways to help others on top of it all. My dad was a protector and just over all my HERO I always looked up to him that man is incredible he took such a bad hand and a down hill life and in like one day dang near and did a told 360 he was doing so great he was working a honest job (helping people at that) he had made him self, his life, and his family better it was just amazing to see I am just so glad that I got see it all and so glad I got to enjoy the almost 23 years I have had with him and to give him 2 grandsons that he loved more then you can even imagine he would brighten their day and they would brighten his it was so beautiful to see the love that them 3 share just as much as love me, him, and my mom have shared for many years I am just so proud of him always have been and forever always will be, I will always love and miss him forever but I know someday when the time is right he will be there to greet me with a big hug and he will take me home to be with him and everyone we ever loved. Until we meet again dad my guardian angel.

Deanna Maggio

Posted at 07:32pm
The passing of Troll was a total shock to me.. I am still shaken by his loss. He was always a protector of mine and I guess now he still will be. Please find Comfort knowing such a good man in safe in the Palms Of Gods Loving Hands.. My heartfelt condolences go out to all of his family and friends.. May you find Peace knowing how much he was loved and by so many... Rest Easy Troll.. Until I see you again!

Montana Myers

Posted at 02:26am
I had a great time working with Bill at my job.. he will be missed..

Theresa Nicolls Posted at 11:36am

I will miss my brother. I will miss him calling me every day I will miss him being so protective but I know he will still protect me,he will be my guardian angle I will cherish the happy memories I have of my brother

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