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Esther Anne Fuller

December 24, 1935 - August 2, 2018

Esther Anne Fuller, 82, Whitestown


She had a plan…

…but none of us knew what that plan was, not even her wife, Rae Baskin.  Only Esther knew on some level that her 82 years was coming to its end.  Although she was in some pain she was completely at peace and ready to take her final journey.  Whether you believe in God, a Higher Power, Mother Nature, nothing or everything, have comfort in knowing Esther Anne Fuller had a plan that was fully executed around 9:30 p.m., Thursday, August 2nd, 2018.

Esther was humble and self-effacing.  She never really comprehended the impact she had on everyone she met or knew.  She was a deeply spiritual woman who’s solid grounding touched many people.  She was an esteemed leader, entrepreneur, role model, mentor, friend, sister, aunt and wife.

Esther loved to read, loved her family and friends, children and cats; she loved to travel, but most especially loved her dear Rae.  And she was deeply loved in return.

She was a pharmacist, a business consultant, sold insurance and a benefactor to causes dear to her heart.  She was a staunch supporter of women and women’s rights, but also of each of our individual dreams.

Esther was part of a large, wonderfully loving family leaving behind her older sisters Zoe Snyder and Jean Ballew, brother-in-law Von Ballew and younger brother Bob Fuller along with many nieces and nephews and their children.

A celebration of life service is scheduled on Friday, August 24th, 3:00 p.m. at The Indiana Landmarks Center, 1201 Central Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46202.  We invite you to wear bright colors to celebrate the light that was and is Esther (or what makes you comfortable).

In lieu of flowers donate to Women In the Arts, a Democrat woman’s Senate campaign, an environmental or social justice organization, a progressive political cause, or plant a tree in her honor.

Service Information

Service Information

Date: Friday, August 24, 2018

Time: 3:00 pm

The Indiana Landmarks Center


1201 Central Avenue

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