Deborah Fuller

Deborah Fuller

Sunday, June 6th, 2021
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Deborah Fuller
January 4, 1954 – June 6, 2021

Deborah Dianne Fuller (née Simmons) passed away peacefully on June 6, 2021 at the age of 67 from complications after suffering a stroke. Debbie is survived by her beloved son Christopher, sister Pamela, and pet dog Ozzy. She is pre-deceased by her loving husband of many years, Robert (Bob) Fuller (2020).

Dear daughter of the late Ron and Phyllis Simmons, she is remembered with love by her sister-in-law Carol, niece Victoria, and stepdaughter Kirsten.

Debbie co-owned a successful travel agency in Richmond Hill for many years with her sister, where she was much-loved by her clientele. In retirement, she became an avid Scrabble player and enjoyed sharing her culinary skills with her family.

Her love for travel, music, and family was second to none. To Christopher, she was the coolest mother anyone could ask for. Debbie made sure that the family gathered together for dinner every Sunday, often cooking her signature roast beef and Yorkshire pudding. She loved to spend quality time reminiscing about previous adventures and sharing stories about the past week. At the end of a day, she enjoyed unwinding with a glass of wine, some Barry Manilow, and a candle-lit bath.

Debbie’s smile would light up a room and her laugh was contagious. Her kindness, generosity, and positive outlook will be missed by all. Donations in her memory may be made, if desired, to the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada.
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Pat McCarneys

Posted at 01:38pm
Although I wasn’t really close to Deb, she was a person that always made you feel you have always been close. She had a warm heart and was always giving. When we did any get together I could not stop her from doing my dishes. She was always trying to help out. Will miss this wonderful person. Our hearts are with Chris. Hang on to those memories. Pat and Pat McCarney and family.

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