Larry Fuller, 55, of Hunter Ambulance, Inc., died April 20, 2016. Fuller and his partner were dispatched to transport a patient to another healthcare facility.
Fuller was driving. The vehicle left the highway and struck an object. Fuller was killed instantly. He had been with Hunter for three years.
He quickly rose through the ranks at the beginning his career as an EMT, sharing his knowledge as a field trainer and recently being promoted to Turnout Coordinator.
Fuller chose EMS following many careers outside of healthcare. Once he discovered his passion for caring for others, he devoted the last years of his life to perfecting his EMT skills and feeding his desire to be the best field provider for people in need of medical care.
Fuller strove to do his job with the utmost integrity. Fuller will be remembered for his kindness, compassion, and professionalism. His former colleagues continue to hold his memory in the highest regard.