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1955 Dennis 2020

Dennis Fuller

February 22, 1955 — November 12, 2020


Dennis A. Fuller, age 65 of Dallas, Texas died on Thursday, November 12, 2020. He was born February 22, 1955. Dennis grew up in Waxahachie, Texas and was a 1977 graduate of Baylor University and a 1980 graduate of Baylor University School of Law. Dennis began his career representing the State of Texas as a Dallas County Assistant District Attorney trying misdemeanor and then felony criminal cases. Over the years, his practice became increasingly family law oriented. Dennis was a FAA Certified Commercial Drone Pilot and the only drone based Flir Level 1 Certified Thermographer in North Texas. Dennis was a member of the Plano Rotary Club from 2009-2016.

Passionate about conservation, Dennis was an avid hunter. He joined Dallas Safari Club (DSC) as a Life Member in 2008 and volunteered at the DSC convention as an essential part of the Silent Auction Committee, and at the SAFETY Extravaganza as a youth rifle instructor. He also served on the DSC board as a Vice President in 2014-15. Additionally, he was a member of Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation (OTF). He served as Secretary of the OTF board from 2016-19 and was an active volunteer for OTF’s annual fundraiser, Rendezvous of the Guardians.

He is preceded in death by his parents Madelon H. Fuller and Robert C. Fuller, Jr., brothers James (Larry) Fuller and Stephen Fuller, and sister Janet Fuller-Gilbert. He is survived by his niece Logan Fuller, nephews Robert Fuller, Andrew Fuller, Adam Fuller, Saxon Fuller, Sterling Fuller, and Bradley Fuller, aunt Dorothy Lee Fuller Lowry, cousins Judy Shank and Patti Collier, sisters-in-law Kimberly Fuller and Stephanie Fuller, and brother-in-law James Gilbert.

No funeral will be held at this time due to COVID-19. A memorial will be held in the Spring, 2021. Donations can be made in his name to Outdoors Tomo rrow Foundation, supporting outdoor education in public and private schools across the US, or to 22 Kill, supporting mental health services to veterans, first responders, and their families.

Donation Details for Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation:

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Checks may be mailed to OTF at PO Box 803402, Dallas, TX 75380.

Donation Details for 22 Kill:

Checks may be mailed to 22 Kill at 13625 Neutron Rd, Dallas, TX 75244

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