Fuller Heath Gee was the son of Harold and Lottie Gee and the husband of Joan Marjorie Gee, of Bristol. He was granted a commission in the Royal Corps of Signals and volunteered for airborne forces.
Lieutenant Gee successfully completed parachute training at RAF Ringway and also glider training and was posted to HQ Airborne Troops Signals Section, Royal Corps of Signals, and took part in Operation Market Garden (Arnhem).
Lt Gee died of wounds on 17 September 1944, aged 28, and was given a Field Burial in the temporary US Military Cemetery at Molenhoek, south of Nijmegen. He was re-interred to Mook War Cemetery, Limburg, Netherlands, on 18 April 1947.
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