James H. “Jim” Fuller

James H. “Jim” Fuller

Nov 27, 1943 – Nov 4, 2017

Omaha, NE. Beloved husband, father, and friend. Preceded in death by parents, John and Barbara Fuller; wife, Jean Fuller. Survived by son, John Fuller (Carolyn) with grandchildren Raya, James, and Kayla of Omaha; daughter, Julie Cunningham (Stuart) with grandchild Logan of Bozeman, MT; brother Steve Fuller (Peggy) of St. Louis, MO; brother, George Fuller (Lola) of Thailand. Jim earned a Master’s degree in Math and has resided in Omaha since 1985. He worked for Union Pacific for 30 years, writing computer programs. He enjoyed being outdoors, camping, completing home projects, playing tennis, and spending time with golden retrievers.

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5 Comments

  • Wes McBride Posted November 7, 2017 6:40 pm

    Sorry to here this news but I know Jim has been suffering. He was a working companion at UPRR and a very good friend of mine. A very smart man.

  • Peter R Latessa Posted November 8, 2017 6:00 pm

    My sincere condolences. Jim and I worked together and battled each other during the design and implementation of the Missouri Pacific’s Car Scheduling system. He was dedicated to his profession and to the railroad. I am very sorry to hear he as passed.

  • Carla, Steve and Chris Gries Posted November 8, 2017 9:35 pm

    Jim and our husband and father, Doug, worked together in the scouting program for many years. We are very sorry to hear of his passing and know that he suffered a great deal these past years. He was a wonderful person and highly respected by the scouts and adults in the program. On behalf of the Gries family, please accept our condolences and prayers.

  • Bob Barley Posted November 9, 2017 6:03 am

    So sorry to hear. My deepest sympathy to all family and friends. I hired Jim at the Missouri Pacific Railroad. Jim and I worked together for many years. He was always a very intelligent and committed employee and contributed greatly to the success of the Missouri Pacific and then the Union Pacific Railroad. Also, Jim and I had a very spirited and competitive relationship on the tennis court. We played many, many times when he was in St. Louis.Such a great guy!!! He will be missed by many.

  • Bill Barnett Posted May 28, 2020 2:58 pm

    I met Jim at The University of Texas and we kept in touch after graduation through his years at McDonnell-Douglas. He was a trusted friend. I was fortunate to talk to him again after a long lapse and I was truly touched by our last conversation. God Speed…

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