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    Ellen Ann Fuller, November 10 1949 - November 1, 2012

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    The Wall of Hats @ The Fullers
    December 13, 2012
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    Juanita Puckitt Baker
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    The Fuller's Basement was The Most Fun Place EVER. There was a wall covered with all kinds of hats. We had a wildly funny friend named Alan Dean. He was brilliant, like Ellen. He was an honor as well as Ellen,Paula & Diana Downing. Alan sang in chorale & madrigals with us, he was gay, & a hairstylist. He did our hair for every important function. Alan Dean was hilarious! He could start at the top of the wall of hats, & with every hat he put on, he would become a new character. He could impersonate Paul Lynd, Dom Deloise, & Jonathan Winters. He got us laughing until we cried. He could go through each hat on the wall of hats, & start over again with completely new characters. We also did a lot of "man on the street/ improv interviews" which was made popular from the comedy show,Laugh-In.
    There was a core group of us who were part of "The Group". "The Group" was mainly made up of choir & drama students. Phil Nicks & Gerald Keith Butler were also in our group. It was just a bunch of kids growing up together who wanted to belong somewhere. We always belonged & mattered at The Fuller's house. They gave us magic markers, & told us we could write anything we wanted in that basement, & we did. We loved The Fullers & that basement!

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