Cheryl Jane Fullmer, 85, of North Logan, Utah, passed away peacefully on October 28, 2023 with her family by her bedside.
Cheryl was born to Guelda Norene Webb (1911-1997) and Julius “Jule” Carl Albretsen (1907-1989) on April 14, 1938 in Hyrum, Utah. She was the fourth of seven children. She grew up riding horses, helping on the family farm, and honing her piano skills. During her teenage years, Cheryl competed as a barrel racer in local rodeos, and in 1955 she had the honor of serving as the queen reigning over Hyrum’s Independence Days rodeo and parade celebration. She graduated from South Cache High School in 1956, and married Dale Eugene Fullmer for time and eternity in the Logan Utah Temple on March 12, 1958.
Cheryl and Dale began to build their family in North Logan while Cheryl continued working at the Logan branch of the First National Bank. In 1976 they moved to Scottsbluff, Nebraska where Cheryl started her career as a well respected accountant. She continued working as an accountant when they moved back to North Logan in 1986, and loved helping family and friends complete their taxes well into her retirement.
She was active in her community and a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She volunteered at The North Logan Library and served on the Board of Directors. Cheryl held several Ward and Stake callings in the Church, including Chorister, Organist, Relief Society President, Librarian, Nursery Leader, and Young Women’s President. Cheryl and Dale were called to serve as a couple in the Albania Tirana Mission in 2003. They served for 9 months before returning to the US to serve another 9 months in the Richmond Virginia Mission. After fulfilling their roles as senior missionaries, they dedicated more than a decade to serving as officiators in the Logan Utah Temple.
Cheryl is preceded in death by her husband, Dale; her parents Jule and Guelda, as well as her siblings Karma Rae, Bruce and Gloria. She is survived by her siblings Margene, Peggy, and Steven; and her children Teresa (Randy) Dopp, Kurt (Mindy), Mark (Carla), and Troy (Lisa), as well as 14 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren.
The family would like to thank the staff at Abbington Senior Living in Layton, Utah, Inspiration Home Health & Hospice in Clearfield, Utah, and the members of the North Logan 1st Ward for all they did for our mom.
Funeral Services will be November 4, 2023 at the North Logan 1st Ward building, 1105 East 2100 North, Logan, UT at 11:00am, with a viewing from 9:30 – 10:30, just prior to the funeral services.
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