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Sister Lola Faye Fuller was born January 24, 1947 to Clint and Virta V. Butler-Fuller. She attended school at Chilton School District in Chilton, Texas. Lola was preceded in death by her mother and father, two sisters, Elray Fuller-Cooper and Mary Ann Fuller-Washington, two brothers, Frank Fuller and Jesse D. Fuller. She has six remaining siblings, five sisters Clara Fuller-Austin, Anne B. Fuller-Robinson, Ella Mae Fuller-Hall, Florence Beatrice Fuller-Moss and Linda M. Fuller-Phillips and one brother Robert Fuller. Lola ventured out from home and united with bobby Rogers, Sr. and three children were born. She would later unite with Eddie Lee Dosson of Troy, Texas until she moved to Austin, Texas to be closer to her daughters' school. Later in life she would unite with Charles Howard, Sr. Years later, Lola adopted six of her grandchildren and raised them in the church (United Missionary Baptist Church at 3503 E. 17th Street 78721) Lola later became a member and Choir President at Willie Chapel Primitive Baptist Church, where she served as a member until she became ill and retired with her daughter until her home going. She leaves to mourn and cherish her memories, three children, Brenda Faye Rogers-Young, Barbara Louise Rogers and Bobby Rogers, Jr.; ten grandchildren, Darius Alton Rogers, Sr., Ieesha Montenique Rogers, Antoine Damond Mackey, Sr., Mohneesha Ishaunique Love Fuller-Washington, Sioneesha Inique Love-Fuller, Dameetrya Latoya Easley, Deonte Rogers, Lavon Rogers, LaDaija Monique Rogers, Asianna Renee Rogers; nine great grandchildren, NyArah Breshee Armstrong, Darius Allen Betancourt-Rogers, jr., Carmaletta Cumielle Hornsby, Tiniah NuLsland Phillips, Jeromie Deonte Rogrs, Antoine Damond Mackey, Jr., Lyric Miniya Washington, Floyd Armstrong, Jr., Ziva Zakiya Washington, all of Austin, Texas; and a host of family and friends.

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