October 18, 1925 (Norwalk, CT) – August 28, 1944; 18 years old
Last local address: 92 Taylor Ave, Norwalk
Enlisted January 3, 1944
Serial number: 31409226
Unit: 3128th Quartermaster Service Company
Born to James (1877-1954) and Charlotte James Fuller (1892-1947). Siblings are half brothers James (1906-1956) and Ralph (1908-1972); half sister Gladys Fuller Simmons (1915-1993); brothers George (1919-1995), William (1920-1973), Lloyd (1922-2011), Walter (1924-1958), and Samuel (1933-2004). One sister, Ruth Fuller Ashley (1930-1983).
From The Norwalk Hour September 11, 1944
PRIVATE DANIEL FULLER DIES IN FRANCE
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Fuller of 92 Taylor Avenue received a telegram today informing them that their son, Private Daniel Fuller of the Quartermaster Corps, died in Landivisiau, France on August 28 as a result of injuries that occurred in a vehicle accident. He entered the Army in January.
From The Norwalk Hour December 5, 1945
The weekly program of the Benjamin Franklin Junior High School was dedicated this week to Daniel Fuller who was killed in action with the infantry in France. Private Fuller, Born October 14, 1925, attended Franklin from 1937 to 1940. He was inducted January 29, 1944 and after basic training, was sent overseas to France. An expert rifleman, held the Good Conduct Medal. The assembly program opened with a psalm reading by Principal George R. Brunjes, after which the assembly said the Lord’s Prayer, offered the salute to the flag and the Pledge Of Allegiance.
Buried at Brittany American Cemetery, Route de Montjoie, 50240 Montjoie-Saint-Martin, France; Plot L, Row 4, Grave 10. Photo provided by David B., Superintendent, Brittany American Cemetery.