Alan D. Fuller

Born: Thu., Sep. 2, 1954
Died: Sun., Nov. 1, 2020


2:00 PM to 5:00 PM, Sun., Nov. 08, 2020
Location: Peterson-Blick Funeral Home, Inc.

Funeral Service

11:00 AM Tue., Nov. 10, 2020
Location: First Church of the Nazarene

Print Obituary   Home Page All Obituaries


Alan D. Fuller, 65, of Warren, PA, died on Sunday, November 1, 2020, as a result of injuries sustained from a plane crash in Chautauqua County, NY. Alan was born September 2, 1954, in Warren, the son of the late Charles W. Fuller and Joyce Parker Fuller, of Warren, who survives. Alan was a 1973 graduate of Warren Area High School and a 1992 graduate of University of Pittsburgh Bradford with a Bachelor of Science. Alan served as an avionics aerospace ground equipment specialist in the U.S. Air Force from 1973 to 1981. Alan worked for Warren Electric Cooperative for many years, from which he retired. He was an owner of Cable Communications and also worked for Loranger’s. Alan was an active member of the First Church of the Nazarene. As part of his life-long passion of flying, he served as a mission pilot with the Mission Aviation Fellowship and was a member of the Civil Air Patrol. He also enjoyed going on many mission trips through the Nazarene Missions International where he could utilize his skills in computer programming and electrical work. He enjoyed spending his time with family and many friends. He is survived by his mother, Joyce Parker Fuller of Warren, his wife, Rebecca A. Carlson Fuller, whom he married on June 5, 1996; two daughters, Alaina Frederick and her husband Martin, Copperas Cove, TX, Rebekah Jones and her husband Justin, Washington, PA; three step-daughters, Jessicca Byler and her husband Jake, Warren, PA, Jaqueline Vincent and husband Joshua, Warren, PA, Johanna Gray and husband Drew, Warren, PA; a sister, Sharon Wagner and husband Gary, Pittsfield, PA; ten grandchildren, Hunter, Karter, Parker, Tucker and Victer Frederick, Kylie and Brandon Jones, Kenzi Byler, Peyton Vincent, and Emma Gray; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by a grandson, Tyler Jones; and his sister, Linda Edwards, who also perished in the accident. Friends will be received at the Peterson-Blick Funeral Home, Inc., on Sunday November 8, 2020, from 2 until 5 pm. A funeral service will be held at 11 am on Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at the First Church of the Nazarene, 907 Penna. Ave. East, Warren, with Rev. J. Maier, pastor, officiating. In lieu of flowers, Alan’s family requests memorial donations be made to the First Church of the Nazarene Mission Fund or the Mission Aviation Fellowship. Those wishing to send online condolences may do so by visiting

Click to send flowers using our local area florist
Direct website to florist ordering, saving on wire fees
View/Sign the Condolence Book

Click the button to generate a printable document containing all condolences submitted

Condolence Booklet

Taylor R
   Posted Fri November 06, 2020
Alan, I was glad to be your coworker and to see you every day. I was so shocked to hear about your passing, and I'm so sorry. The world lost an excellent man that day, but at least he was doing what he loved.

Robin Hoyt
   Posted Fri November 06, 2020
I was in school with Alan for 6 years since 7th grade and we graduated in 1973. Never kept in touch but did see him at our 40th class reunion, May he rest in Peace

Timothy Olsen
   Posted Sat November 07, 2020
The Garland Presbyterian Church sends love and sympathy to Alan's family and friends. May God hold you all in his love and care at this time as he hold's Alan in eternity.
Pastor Tim

Cheryl Clark
   Posted Sat November 07, 2020
Dear Sharon and family, my deepest Condolences to you and your extended family for the loss of your brother and sister and dear friend! I had the pleasure of meeting your brother and hearing of his passion for flying. I knew Linda from school as we graduated together. She was a dear sweet soul. Our deepest sympathies to you all!!

Kathy Holder
   Posted Sun November 08, 2020
Sending my sincere condolences to the family . My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time

John Johnson
   Posted Sun November 08, 2020
My deepest sympathy to all family and friends of Alan, Linda and Valeri. These very kind and interesting people are a great loss for the entire community. They were truly Christian lights in this dark world and they helped to make the world a better place. We will miss them but as Proverbs 3:6 says we must trust in the Lord with all our hearts and lean not to our own understanding. In all our ways we must acknowledge Him and he will make straight our paths. In other words lean on the Lord and he will show us how to go on until Christ returns and fulfills our hope where we will all be together again.
I met Alan in the Warren Aviation flying club, he was following his dreams to fly.

Rod Larson
   Posted Sun November 08, 2020
I worked with Alan at Loranger International and fondly remembered running flight simulations on our computers as he was studying to become a pilot. He was a great coworker and an all around great person. I'm so sorry that Alan's family has suffered such a devastating loss. Our whole community has too.

Michael Hoffman
   Posted Mon November 09, 2020
I first met Alan when he joined the Warren Aviation Club. In addition to our mutual attraction to aviation we both worked in the electrical field so conversation was never a problem. I will always remember Alan for his determination to succeed and the smile he wore more often than not. He truly lived a life to be proud of. I would like to extend my condolences to all of Alan's family, I know he is flying high.

Rebecca Downey
   Posted Wed November 11, 2020
My heart goes out to the Fuller family at this very difficult time. I continue to lift you all up in prayer. Our families have know each other for years through church and had connected in so many ways. Over the years, I enjoyed talking to Alan about his missions trips, his flying and his work. He was so smart and knowledgeable about so many things and he had such a heart of service for others. One specific way that he ministered to me was at the memorial service for my late husband, Andy Sorensen. During this difficult time, Alan stepped up with his technology and sound system expertise and helped me get the photo slide show of Andy's life to display during the service. It meant so much to me that he used his gifts and talents to help me during that very difficult day! Alan will be missed by so many, but we rest in the knowledge that we will see him and all of our loved ones in heaven soon!

Chris & Sherry Evans
   Posted Thu December 24, 2020
To the family of Alan Fuller: We just learned of Alan’s passing, and it really hit us hard. This has been such an extraordinarily bad year, and it seems like the bad news never ends. Alan loved flying, loved his family, and had a deep faith, which I am sure helped him find peace in his final minutes. He will be missed by all who knew him. I (Chris) flew with him and also worked with him at the Coop, so I know how devoted he was to his family, friends, and customers. We wish you peace.

Copyright © 2021 Peterson-Blick Funeral Home, Inc.. All Rights Reserved.    | Website by CFS |