The following story appears in the current issue of Fullerton Stories magazine, which is available around town in shops and businesses. Distribution to Fullerton homes will take place later this week.
For those of you who didn’t get to see him play as a developing athlete, I’ll start you with a primer of his early career. For those who did see him, it will help revive some of those wonderful memories.
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Phyllis Fender takes joy in seeing a plaque unveiled naming the Fender’s Radio Service building to the National Register of Historic Places. The shop, now Ellingson’s, Inc, is where Leo Fender created his first guitars and prototypes, or as Mrs. Fender would call them, “his babies.” The building is located at 107 S. Harbor Blvd., and has a large guitar mosaic in the alley behind it.