Dwight M. Fuller, 80, of Webster City, died on Wednesday, January 22, 2020, at Crestview Nursing and Rehabilitation, in Webster City, IA. The family will receive friends and relatives on Sunday January 26, from 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM at Boman Funeral Home (www.bomanfh.com) in Webster City. Funeral Service will be held at 1:00 PM on Monday January 27, at Boman Funeral Home, with Pastor Richard Laird, officiating.

Dwight was born on August 27, 1939 to Merlin and Janice (Roe) Fuller, in Webster City, Iowa. He only attended school through 6th, but he was able to make a living by working hard all his life. He started working at the age of 14, at Grahams Dairy. Over the years he worked as a Reel Master at the Drive in Theatre and the Webster Theatre downtown, and later he worked at Nissens Meat Packing, Morton, Perin Machining Company, and Mid Iowa Truck Service.

Dwight married Annabelle Long on December 2, 1961. He served in the Army National Guard and was able to participate in the Reenactment of the Spirit lake Massacre.

Dwight enjoyed stock cars, using his mechanical abilities on repairing and building cars from scratch. He entered many car shows and has a number of trophies and plaques. He was a member of Cruise to the Woods. He went to as many races as possible with family and friends, he especially enjoyed the Hamilton County Fair and the trailer races.

Dwight’s family includes his children: Kristi Tague, and Monte Fuller; eight grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; sister Delores Lamb, of Stanhope, IA; brother John (Judy) Hood of San Antonio, TX; many Aunts; Uncles; cousins; nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; daughters Tammi and Terri; grandchild Billie Jo; and brother-in-law Howard Lamb.