Piqua Daily Call
February 1, 1929
Former Piqua Dentist Succumbs Yesterday - Had Won Success, Renown. Dr. E. S. Fuller, 59 years old, 109 Plumwood Drive, Dayton, whose ability in the dental profession was recognized nationally because of his research work, died at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon following an extended illness. Illness forced him to discontinue his practice last November and his office in the Reibold building has been closed since that time. His condition became critical three weeks ago resulting in his removal to Miami Valley Hospital, where his death occurred. Dr. Fuller confined a major portion of his research work to construction of jacket crowns and his success was recognized generally by the state and national dental societies of which he was an active member. At numerous gatherings of those societies he gave addresses and discussed results which he had obtained. His ability gained him one of the finest practices in Dayton. Dr. Fuller was graduated from the dental school at Ohio State university a few years before 1900 and started his practice at Troy, later moving to Piqua before establishing his office at Dayton in 1914. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge at Piqua and several dental societies, including city, state and national organizations. Surviving him are his widow, Hallie; two daughters, Mrs. Lucille Mullin, 620 Irving avenue, and Miss Marie Fuller. A brother, Rev. Marcellus Fuller, who was pastor of Grace Methodist Church at Dayton 15 years ago, is now pastor of the Lakewood Methodist Church at Cleveland. Dr. Fuller underwent an operation at Cleveland last spring in an attempt to be cured of the ailment which caused his death. He returned to Dayton and continued active until November when his condition prohibited his taking care of his business. Funeral arrangements have not been completed.
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