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“My prayers will continually be with each and every one of yals great family. ”
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“We love you! Our thougths and prayers are with you now and forever. ”
2 of 6 | Posted by: Ron and Kathy Glover

“John, Lisa, Ashley, Tre and Alyssa: My heart aches for your loss and words can't express how sorry I am that you're experiencing this loss. Just...Read More »
3 of 6 | Posted by: Willie Pegues

“Mr. and Mrs. Fullilove- Everyone in the PICU at Medical City who cared for Jonathan is crushed by the news of his death. We followed his progress...Read More »
4 of 6 | Posted by: Sharon Sandell

“We want you all to know that we still think about Jonathan and always will. We hope that you all are doing well. If you need anything please dont...Read More »
5 of 6 | Posted by: Dezeray Garcia * Rachelle

“Fullilove Family, We at GBBA were deeply saddened to hear about Jonathans passing. Please know that your family will be in our thoughts and prayers...Read More »
6 of 6 | Posted by: Anice Asberry

FULLILOVE, JONATHAN PIERCE Born February 18, 1997, Jonathan Fullilove was called home to be with our Father on Friday, August 10, 2007 after a month-long battle with acute pneumonia. He was ten years old. Jonathan was a fun-loving, free-spirited, sweet kid who was dearly loved by his family, friends and teachers. He loved people and always greeted his family and friends with an almost perfect smile. Jonathan was born in Dallas, Texas to John and Lisa Fullilove. He is survived by three older siblings, Ashley, 22, Tre, 21 and Alyssa
13. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, Barbara Bell and his maternal aunt, Pamela. He was a student at Glen B. Couch Elementary School in Garland, Texas. Jonathan loved family time and being outdoors. He loved go-karting, bike riding, rollercoasters, dancing with his 'crew' every Friday at the Skatium, playing video games with friends and playing sports. He was an avid basketball fan and player, who loved the Mavs. His favorite player was Steve Nash and cried the day Steve was traded to Phoenix. His favorite color was red and his favorite number was six, same as his Dad. Family visitation will be held Wednesday, August 15th at Restland Funeral Home from 6-8 PM. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, August 16th at 11 AM at North Dallas Community Bible Fellowship Church. Burial will follow at Restland Cemetery in Dallas.