By Jan Murphy Local Journalism Initiative TYENDINAGA MOHAWK TERRITORY- Austin Fuller lived the majority of his 101-plus years on Earth a hero. Whether it was a war hero from his five-plus years serving on the frontlines during the Second World War, whether it was as a role model for fellow Indigenous Canadians, whether it was as a dad to his four children, whether it was as a brother to his three younger siblings or as a husband to his near lifelong wife, Kathryn. The 101-year-old, who was the last surviving member of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte to have served in the Second World War, passed away Dec. 20, 2022, leaving behind an incredible life and legacy. “My father was nine years old when he lost his mother,”
The post Austin Fuller leaves behind an incredible life and legacy appeared first on The Turtle Island News.