Fullmer Harold Latter, 81, a prominent labor leader, died July 6, 1988, in a Salt Lake hospital.

Latter was the Mountain States' representative for the Western Conference of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers Union for 37 years. He joined the union in 1931 while driving a dump truck for a road contractor. He later became the union's first full-time labor official.He organized the first and only sustained radio program by a labor organization in Utah, helped form the Utah Heart Association, assisted in March of Dimes and Easter Seal drives and helped secure state financial support for Alcoholics Anonymous and the Utah Symphony.

He was a member of the Regional War Labor Board during World War II and the Korean conflict, a member of Area War Manpower Commission, the University of Utah Board of Regents and Institutional Council. The funeral will be held at noon July 9 at 3401 S. Highland Drive, where friends may call from 6-8 p.m. Friday and Saturday one hour before the service. Burial will be in Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park.