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Wesley T Fuller

February 27, 1969 ~ February 18, 2019 (age 49)

From Texas to California Wesley, his Mother Dorothy Mae Tryon, along with his brothers Oray, Troy and Reginald Fuller made their lives together in San Diego, California.  Born February 27th, 1969 Wesley grew up in Southeast San Diego where he attended elementary, junior high and graduated from Lincoln High School.  During his youth, as an all-around athlete, Wesley played Football, Baseball and Basketball and enjoyed every minute of it.  Receiving numerous trophies and recognition's, it was obvious he loved sports.  He even found time to coach his Son's football team to a Championship.

Wesley's ability to love and care for people is a characteristic he was proud of, which also made him one of the nicest guys you ever wanted to encounter.

Wesley worked on numerous construction projects throughout San Diego County:  Escondido Fire and Police Department, Barona Casino, BEQ's for Camp Pendleton, SDSU and the new Bakersfield's County Jail.  His work ethic was impeccable, and it was well represented through his dedicated service and love for the Brady SoCal Family.

Wesley was a man first.  A man full of love, a man that would deliver on a promise and would carry out what ever task he had before him.  He kept his word always and found passion in his work "Let him be and let him work".  He worked not only to provide for his family, but also because he enjoyed what he did as a dedicated Construction Worker.  Wesley was full of love, and to know him was to love him.  He was an excellent Husband, Father and loyal Friend.  Wesley found time to do the things he wanted to do because no one was able to make him do anything other than what he wanted to do.

As a father and husband Wesley displayed an abundance of love for his family.  Wesley will meet up again with his wife of over 19 years "ML Caliver Fuller", his three daughters NYOMI, PyLar and Alyssa, as well as his son KyeZhon, and his granddaughter Markayla.  Wesley carried a place in his heart for a host of Nieces, Nephews, Cousins, Aunts and Uncles.

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