Linda Fuller Books, Awards, Degrees and other notes


Woman to Woman Wisdom: Inspiration for REAL Life, Thomas Nelson Publishers,

Co-Author with Bettie Youngs and Donna Schuller, August 2005

Down Home Humor, HFHI Creative Services, Editor, 2001

Partners In The Kitchen:  Simple, Decent Cooking, Favorite Recipes Press, Editor, 1997.

Partners in the Kitchen:  Home Sweet Habitat, Favorite Recipes Press, Editor, 1995.

Partners in the Kitchen:  From Our House To Yours, Favorite Recipes Press, Editor, 1993.

The Excitement Is Building, Word, Inc., Co-Author with Millard Fuller, 1990.


2007    Shining World Leadership Award (co-recipient, Millard Fuller), The Supreme Master Ching Hai International Association

2005   Points of Light “Extra Mile Pathway” Linda and Millard Fuller Medallion

2004     A Place To Call Home Award by The Zarrow Families and the Mental Health Association in Tulsa;

2003 Consumer of the Year Award by The Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network;

2002   Points of Light Commemorative Medallion (co-recipient, Millard Fuller)

Brooks Hays Memorial Christian Citizenship Award (co-recipient with Millard Fuller) by Second Baptist Church,

Little Rock, AR; Mark O. Hatfield Leadership Award by Council for Christian Colleges and Universities;

2000 Brotherhood/Sisterhood Award (co-recipient, Millard Fuller) by the Natl. Conf. for Community and Justice;  

1999 Award for Volunteerism and Philanthropy by Council of Independent Colleges;

1998 Golden Plate Award by the American Academy of Achievement;

1996 Ballington and Maud Booth Founders Award by Volunteers of America (Centennial Year)

1994 Harry S. Truman Public Service Award by City of Independence, Missouri;  

Huntingdon College Alumni Achievement Award;

1993 “Gracious Ladies of Georgia” Award;

1990 Temple Award for Creative Altruism by The Institute of Noetic Sciences; Berea College Service Award


Make Way Partners (International), Board of Directors

Maranatha Baptist Church, Plains, Georgia, Board of Directors

Miracle of Nazareth International Foundation, Trustee (inactive)

Simple Living TV Series, National Advisory Board (former member)

Peer Centers of Georgia, Inc. Co-Founder and President

Sumter County Criminal Justice/ Law Enforcement/ Mental Health Task Force, Founder and Chair

Visions for Sumter, Executive and Collaborative Boards, 1992-2004

Migrant and Seasonal Housing, Inc., Founder (inactive)


2003 St. Mary-of-the-Woods (IN); 2001 The College of Saint Rose (NY); 1999 Sterling College (KS); 1998 California

Lutheran University (CA), Northeastern University (MA); 1995 Presbyterian College (SC); 1994 Huntingdon College

(AL); 1993 Dallas Baptist University (TX)


French Language Study, Paris, France, 1973.

B.S., Elementary Education, Huntingdon College, Montgomery, Alabama, 1966.


Place & Date Of Birth: Birmingham, AL; February 17, 1941     

Spouse:  Millard Dean Fuller of Lanett, Alabama.

Four Children:  Christopher Dean Fuller (1960), Estin Kimberly (Fuller) Isakson (1962), Linda Faith Fuller Umstattd

(1967) and Georgia Ailene (Fuller) Luedi (1971)