Jack Scott Fuller, 69 of North Adams, MA died Wednesday December 23, 2020 peacefully with his loved ones surrounding him.
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He was born in Milwaukee, WI on June 1, 1951 a son of Chester Adon Fuller and Gunvor Martha Irene (Erikson) Fuller, both of whom he loved and admired deeply. Jack graduated from Lexington, MA High School and attended the Berklee School of Music in Boston.
He performed in multiple bands, including "Horizon" and "Whiskey Creek" which he traveled the East Coast with. Jack was also an accomplished award-winning salesman for over 30 years, both professions were his passions in life.
Jack was a jokester, always trying to get people to laugh and enjoy life. He loved going to the local nursing homes and brightening the spirits of their residents and staff. For most of his life he never went anywhere without his beloved Gibson j50 which he was very proud of. He always did his best to raise his children, protect them and never let them fail.
Jack was a devoted father and grandfather who is survived by his daughter- Jessica Gunvor Fuller and her significant other, Kevin Lic of Adams as well as his son- Jeffrey Scott Fuller and his wife Stacy Pettengill-Fuller of North Adams. He also leaves five grandchildren including Weston Lic, Alexis Pettengill, Aven Pettengill, Anthony Pettengill and Khelslynn Hurlbut; two sisters including Jane Fuller of Palm Bay, FL, Betty Shelling of Cornelius, NC; his two nieces Christina and Tricia, nephew Charlie, his first wife Carol Fuller of Adams and longtime companion of 20 years, Carol Syrett of Cheshire and her three children Gary, Heidi and Todd.
FUNERAL NOTICE: A memorial service for Jack Fuller will be held on Thursday December 31, 2020 at 11:00 AM at the First Congregational Church of Adams. Burial will be private. The FLYNN & DAGNOLI-MONTAGNA HOME FOR FUNERALS CENTRAL CHAPEL at 74 Marshall St. North Adams, MA is in charge of arrangements. To add to the Book of Memories, please visit www.flynndagnolifuneralhomes.com