William C. Fuller Jr., electrical engineer


William Clyde Fuller Jr., an electrical engineer who worked at Westinghouse Electric Corp. for 31 years, died Friday of a heart attack at St. Joseph Hospital. He was 59 and lived in Timonium.

Services for Mr. Fuller were being held today at Calvary Baptist Church, 120 W. Pennsylvania Ave. in Towson.

A native of Columbus, Ohio, Mr. Fuller moved to Baltimore in 1957 after graduating from Clemson University. He began his professional career with the Bendix Radio Corp. and joined Westinghouse in 1960. He was working at its Hunt Valley division at the time of his death.

In 1983, Mr. Fuller became the first Maryland recipient of the Good Shepherd Award, a national Baptist award for distinguished service to the Boy Scouts of America. His 24 years in the Scouts included roles as a Scoutmaster, Dulaney District commissioner and Broad Creek campmaster.

Mr. Fuller also was a referee for the Lutherville-Timonium Recreation Council Football Association and a deacon at Calvary Baptist Church.

Survivors include his wife, the former Edith Hall Bramlette; five sons, William F. Fuller of Grier, S.C., the Rev. Robert G. Fuller of Bel Air, Gerald M. Fuller of Parkville, Dean S. Fuller Sr. of Cockeysville and Daniel D. Fuller of Timonium; a daughter, Judith A. Gerhart of New Providence, Pa.; and seven grandchildren.

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