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Virginia Correa Fuller was born on November 30, 1926 in



Dunsmuir, CA to Leandro and Leonila Correa. In 1935 the family



came to Stockton, CA and settled in “Chivo” on East Lafayette St.



Virginia was the oldest girl and 3rd child of 8. She went to local



schools and worked at the East Theater, The Esquire Theater



and the Target bar and restaurant. It was at The Target that she



met Bill Fuller who she later married and had a family with.



After marrying, Virginia became a homemaker...

Virginia Correa Fuller was born on November 30, 1926 in



Dunsmuir, CA to Leandro and Leonila Correa. In 1935 the family



came to Stockton, CA and settled in “Chivo” on East Lafayette St.



Virginia was the oldest girl and 3rd child of 8. She went to local



schools and worked at the East Theater, The Esquire Theater



and the Target bar and restaurant. It was at The Target that she



met Bill Fuller who she later married and had a family with.



After marrying, Virginia became a homemaker and a caregiver to



her mother in law and also to her mother.



As a young mother Virginia could be seen outside roller skating,



or playing street baseball with her children and those in the



neighborhood. Virginia loved needlework, she enjoyed sewing,



embroidering and crocheting. She was also an avid reader.



She loved talking about the old days in Chivo and about her old



friends and neighbors she had during her life.



Virginia is preceded in death by her parents, her husband Bill,



siblings Paul, Salvador and Frances and a host of other relatives.



Virginia will be deeply missed by her siblings Elvera Deleon,



Tony (Griselda) Correa, Alice Castellon, and Manuel Correa.



Virginia is survived by her children, David and Debbie Fuller,



Nila and Joe Cordova and Lillie Fuller. She will be deeply missed



by her grandchildren Carla and Clif Hayden, Justin Fuller,



Jocelyn and Steven Payne, Joseph, William, Andrea and Alyssa



Cordova, David, Dale, and Patrick Hobson, Shelly Williams,



Brandi Fuller and great grandchildren Logan and Layla Payne,



Canyon Fuller, Sheldon Williams, Andrew and Julian Hobson.



She is also survived by many nieces and nephews.



The family would like to thank the amazing staff at Hospice of



San Joaquin especially Cindy, Regina and Josh. Thank you so



much for the loving care of our mother. We are grateful to our



neighbor Paul Wilson who visited our mom on a regular basis,



always bringing her flowers and gifts. Your kindnesses mean the



world to us.



Donations can be made in Virginia’s honor to Hospice of San Joaquin.



A visitation will be held at DeYoung Memorial Chapel on



Monday, September 18th from 3 pm - 6 pm with a Rosary at 6



pm. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Gertrude Church



in Stockton at 10 am on Tuesday, September 19th. A committal



service will follow at the San Joaquin Catholic Cemetery.