Richard Fuller, Ruggles Award Recipient 2018

Richard Fuller has been an active member of the conservation profession for over 30 years. He is the Conservator at the Waterloo Region Museum, caring for agricultural, commercial, industrial and domestic collections, as well as a living history village of 20 buildings and other assorted outbuildings nearby and farther afield and 2000 square feet of regional conservation labs. He is also the public conservator for the local community, carries out volunteer work and provides conservation advice, support and presentations to other cultural organizations and the public.