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Born:February 1, 1929
Died:July 31, 2006

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Vera was born to Etta May Winters Brown and Victor Brown on February 1, 1929. She was born in a small one room house on a rural farm near what is present day Mc Cook, Nebraska. Vera attended elementary school at Missouri Ridge District 33 (a small, one-room school-house). Then, she attended High School at Danbury High School in Danbury,Nebraska. She graduated with honors. Then, Vera went on to receive her teaching credentials from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. While attending school, Vera met a nice young man at a local carnival (fair). This young later became Vera's Husband, Douglas Tuller. Then, within months of being married, Doug was called to serve in the United States Navy. Vera stayed by his side and supported him all she could. She eaven spent weeks living in San Fransico, California while Doug was stationed there. Through the hard times, and the good times Vera stood up and lived life to the fullest. Vera and Douglas moved to Missouri and built and operated the Tuller's KOA Campground near Lebanon,Mo. Then after working there for many years, the Tuller's decided to sell the campground and move to Utah. In Utah they worked for Zion National Park as tour guides and Vera eaven was cashier at the Restraunt. While working as a cashier there in Zion National Park, she was able to personally meet with John Wayne. After working and living in Utah, the Tullers moved once again to Texas where they worked at Big Ben National Park. However, they diden't like it that much so they decided to move back to Missouri. They moved into a wonderful home in Willard, Missouri on a spot of land that General Lee had once owned. Vera then became a tour guide at Fantastic Caverns where she worked for many years. Then, after loosing her husband to cancer in 1994, Vera decided to take some time away from working and spend more time with her family. She helped raise three wonderful Grandsons before going back to work at Fantastic Caverns for a couple more years, then working for Fisk Limosine for several years, all before her retirement in 2000. Eaven when Vera was "retired" she coulden't stop working. She held many Volunteer positions, such as Willard Senior Center President and was very active in her church. Vera will always be remembered for her wonderful attitude, loving smile, great kindness, and her never ending joy.

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