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

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    Ellen's painting entitled, "After the Funeral"
    December 9, 2012
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    Juanita Puckitt Baker
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    I remember that Ellen did a painting entitled, "After the Funeral". Does anyone know what happened to it? John Bill, do you have it? It hung in one of the bedrooms. It was a picture of a distraught, old woman- (probably my age now). I remember studying it. I think Ellen won some kind of an award for it. Ellen was actually smarter than everyone else. That kind of intellect in & of itself is isolating. She was so very talented in so many areas.

    December 13, 2012
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    John Bill Fuller
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    Sharon recalls that the painting won a "Governor's Trophy" in some exhibition. Her memory of the details is better than mine. I believe there is a small plaque on the frame with a reference to that award.

    When Sharon and I cleared out Mother's house on Dena Drive several years ago, we stored all of EA's paintings in a walk-in closet there. It has been locked ever since, and the management firm which has kept the house leased out does not have access to its contents. I have one key to the closet, and I believe Sharon has the other.

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