Prakob Chansoongneon Fuller, also known as Nung, “P”, Auntie P, Grandma Pickup, or simply Mom. She was 72 years of age when she passed away with family beside her, inside of Rockledge Regional Medical Center’s ICU room on September 10, 2021 at 04:15 pm. Prakob was the eldest child born to Nam-Mun and Nam-Mun Chansoongnoen, in Phitsanulok, Thailand on October 23rd, 1948. “P” was raised in Thailand and completed high school as well as cosmetology school before marrying her thoughtful and loving husband of 45 years, Daniel David Fuller, a U.S Airman. They moved to the United States and had 2 children, David Daniel(42) and Charmaine Lorraine(39) Fuller. She was a dedicated homemaker, co-owned and managed a few Thai restaurants in south Georgia, and later retired from Wal-mart. Leaving this life a widow of Daniel David Fuller; sibling to three brothers Peyun, Yun, and Tongdee Chansoongnoen; six sisters Nokkaew Bellamy, Jumpee, Doc’My, La’My, Tha’Daum, and Tha’Dong; sister in law to Al Bellamy, Barbara Carol Jackson, Benjamin, John, Christopher, Damon, and Alex Fuller; mother to David Fuller/Shannon Parsons, Charmaine Fuller/Collis Carkhum, Alonzo and Junko Bellamy, Carriece Haynes, Maria Andrade Fuller; several adopted children in love; seven grandchildren; six grand nieces/nephew. Auntie P was known for her no none-sense and unfiltered comments, great cooking, and unconditional love. She was kind and opened her home to anyone who was hungry or needed a place to stay. As a member of Wat Buddha Bucha Thai Temple and Saint Paul AME Church of Delray Beach, FL. “P”, was a woman of faith and served both her American and Thai community. Leaving the world with her clever ingenuity, insite, love, and generosity, Mom, will be tremendously missed. “Jump To It”-PFuller
Funeral services will be arranged by North Brevard Funeral Home held on Saturday September 25, 2021, 9:00 am at the New Fellowship Baptist Church located at 1840 Old Dixie Highway, Titusville, Florida 32796. A Celebration of Life Lunch will be held at Marina Park, 501 Marina Road in Titusville at the conclusion of the funeral services.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Non-Profit started by the Stone Mountain, GA, Family that serves survivors of traumatic injuries or events. HeartbeatHorsepower.com - $HpHbNp -
We hope that immense heartfelt love that Daniel and Prakob embodied will live on through surviving members of their family. Until we meet them again, may God Protect You and “Have a Blessed Day”!
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