Fuller Kimbrell

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Fuller Asbury Kimbrell (June 22, 1909 – June 17, 2013) was an American politician.

Born in Berry, Alabama, he owned metal pipe and asphalt plants and a John Deere dealership. He served in the Alabama State Senate 1947-1955 as a Democrat and was an advisor to the Governors of Alabama. He also served as Alabama State Finance Director. He wrote three books about his life: 'From the Farm House to the State House', 'You Wouldn't Believe, But It's So', and 'It made a Difference.'[1][2]

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