Lois Ann Fuller was born Lois Ann Bonnell in La Luz, New Mexico, on February 2, 1944, to Don Osborn Bonnell and Bessie Bernice (Quick) Bonnell. Lois raised her family in the Sacramento Mountains where, in addition to raising four children, she carried on the family business, Chippeway, where she took calls for the sawmill, helped many feel the joy of riding horses, fed hundreds of visitors an amazing barbeque meal, and brought music to the mountains. She served her community as a volunteer Ski Patrol Officer at Ski Cloudcroft and as a volunteer EMT for the Village of Cloudcroft. She brought joy and fudge to the visitors of the Lodge. Lois guarded her beloved forest as a Forest Ranger in the Lincoln National Forest. In everything she did, she brought joy and love to those around her and spread the love of her Savior, Jesus Christ. On November 9, 2022, she left this Earth to reunite with her Heavenly Father.
Lois is survived by her son, Wes Fuller and his wife Connie; daughter, Lara Smalls and her partner Mike; sister, Janet Shriver; brothers, Frank Bonnell and Donald Bonnell; nieces, Vanessa, Shauna, Rhonda, Lana, and Lisa; nephews, Jason, Randy, Travis, Zane, and Loren; multiple grandchildren; two great grandchildren; and one great-great grandchild.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles Phillip Fuller; sons, Bryan Austin Fuller and Gaylon Lee Fuller; daughter, Annelle Dawn Fuller; her parents, Don and Bessie Bonnell; and brother, Melvin Bonnell.
The memorial service for Lois Fuller will be held at 12:00 pm on Wednesday, November 16, 2022, at Trinity Baptist Church, #1 Old Railroad Drive, High Rolls, New Mexico, 88325, with Pastor Steven Fambrough officiating.
The Fuller family has entrusted their loved one to the care of PCS Direct Cremation Service to direct the cremation.