That how she rolls

The Fuller Family
“A Little Crippled Girl’s Prayer”
Fuller-1-LP

From the back cover:

“To be asked to write about Marsha Fuller on her album is an easy task.  She is an inspiration to all who know her.  It was mainly Marsha’s song (The Cripple Girl’s Prayer) that inspired our recent Easter Telethon for the crippled children at the Cardinal Hill Hospital.  She served on the Telethon many long hours; on the telephone as moderator, and of course, singing….  One tiny 13-year-old girl, full of laughter, small in body, unable to walk, with a voice so mighty that in the quiet times looking into her face — you see God.

–June Rollings, WKYT-TV, Lexington, Kentucky”

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  • SouthernJezeBelle Says:

    I’m newly obsessed with Marsha Fuller Williams… Her obituary tells you a bit about her:
    WILLIAMS, Marsha Fuller
    d. 26 Feb 2005

    Marsha Williams, 44, Grist-Mill Road, Stanford, wife of Bill Williams, died Saturday, Feb. 26, 2005 at the Ephraim
    McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville.

    Born March 12, 1960 in Lexington, she was the daughter of Pauline Maddox Fuller of Lexington and the late Stanley Fuller.

    She was a Lifeline Ministries Evangelist and vocalist, traveling extensively and performing all over the country. She was a
    graduate of the University of Kentucky and a member of Southside Christian Church in Harrodsburg.

    In addition to her husband, survivors include: one daughter, Kimberly Ann Williams of Lincoln County, and one brother,
    Gene Fuller, also of Lincoln County.

    The funeral was conducted Wednesday, March 2 at the Southland Christian Church in Lexington with Wayne Smith,
    Sam Stow, Bruce Heller, Byron Jessup, Monte Wilkinson and Brewster McLeod officiating. Burial was in the Lexington Cemetery.

    Pallbearers were Bret Chamberland, Bruce Williams, Brackie Willoughby, Davey Graham, Donnie Fuller and Larry Moore.
    Arrangements were handled by the Ransdell Funeral Chapel

    Lemme know if you wanna know more!

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