Samuel Kenneth Fuller, 63
January 21st, 1960 – November 11, 2023
Samuel Kenneth (Ken) Fuller, 63, a longtime resident of Charlotte NC and Goodlettsville TN went to be with the Lord, peacefully on November 11, 2023, in Oxford, MS.
Ken was born in Encino, California on January 21st, 1960, to Samuel Kohler Fuller and Carole Lee Hensley. He grew up in Charlotte, NC and attended South Mecklenburg High School. Growing up, Ken excelled in swimming, football, baseball, and art. His love of motorcycle riding began while in high school and would become one of his lifelong passions.
After high school, Ken began various construction and landscaping jobs in Charlotte. Ken later moved to Temecula, California where he met his first wife, Sandy and he became a father to Chantelle Marie Fuller (Meha).
Ken and Chantelle later moved to Nashville. Ken began a career in automotive and motorcycle sales. He regarded his customers as family members and spent many years at Trickett Honda. He was a member of Hillsboro Presbyterian Church and loved worshiping the Lord. He also enjoyed caring for his many dogs over the years.
Ken continued his passion for riding Harley Davidson motorcycles and participated in many rides with great friends across the southeast. His bike, “The Black Pearl” was one of his favorite ways to enjoy his life.
Ken’s love of boxing, karate, marathons, and the Oakland Raiders are passions he proudly wore. In his later years, Ken became a proud grandparent to his only grandson, Axel Jo’ziah Fuller.
Ken is survived by his daughter Chantelle, grandson Axel, stepmother Betty Fuller, sister Terri Fuller Harden, brother Micah Fuller (Sandy), and stepbrother James Henderson. He leaves behind his nephews, Vance Harden (Emma), Colby Harden (Nicole), Samuel “Kyle” Fuller (Megan), nieces, Caroline Fuller and Jamie Henderson Sullivan (Josh), great nieces Marley, Adalynn and Carsynn and a great nephew, Benson.
Ken now joins his father and mother in Heaven, at the right hand of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Ken will take his final ride on Saturday, December 16th, to Bethel Presbyterian Church in Cornelius, NC for a graveside service at 2pm, where he will be laid to rest next to his father.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to The Oxford Treatment Center, Oxford, MS.
Arrangements entrusted to Serenity Funeral Home of Oxford, MS.
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