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Jeanne Farrell Fuller née MacDonald

August 27, 1930 - December 17, 2017

Jeanne Fuller: August 27, 1930 - December 17, 2017

Service Date: December 29, 2017

Funeral Home Ottawa - Westboro Chapel

Church Christ Church Cathedral

Posted by:
gordon wusyk

Posted on:
December 29, 2017

Sincere condolences to Mark, Simon, Tony and Bill on your loss of your fine mother. She was a grand lady in every sense. My every conversation was a joyful experience as she shared her love of family. Blessing to all.

Posted by:
Kathy Herd (Rooney)

Posted on:
December 28, 2017

Sincere condolences to all the family. Having worked at Metcalfe Realty (where I met Bill, Mark, and Simon) I remember Mr. Fuller well but I only met Mrs. Fuller a few times. I particularly remember seeing the Fullers by chance in a restaurant one evening shortly after I left Metcalfe Realty, and Mrs. Fuller was particularly gracious in asking us to join their table for a visit. I also remember the construction and launch of the Fair Jeanne...and hors d'oeuvres served to the onlookers. A very lovely lady who will be missed.

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
December 28, 2017

Condolences from Carol and Gary Bemi, and George and Kerstin Bemi to all the Fuller families. It was pleasure to know Mrs. Fuller and she was very kind to the members of BYC. My father-in-law, George, recalled some of the architectural projects he worked on with Thomas Fuller Sr. I always enjoyed seeing BLACK JACK sailing on the Ottawa River.

Posted by:
PIERRE CAYER

Posted on:
December 27, 2017

We are very sorry for your loss of Jeanne and express our deepest and sincere sympathies to you Billy, Simon, Tony and Mark and family. We fondly remember the 30 years at BYC where captain Tom introduced us to this great friendly fraternity. Yours truly, Pierre, Lise, Alain, et Dominique Cayer

Posted by:
Claire and Fred Anfossie

Posted on:
December 27, 2017

Your Mom and mine were such a special friends Jeanne was such a down to earth, fun loving generous person, and she will be truly missed by so many. Please accept our sincere condolences, Tommy, Tori, Bill, Mark, Tony and Simon, and spouses and children. Fred and Claire Anfossie

Posted by:
Janet Beggs Dow

Posted on:
December 27, 2017

We are so sorry to hear of Jeanne's passing. Our family, The Beggs' were close family friends through the years. I grew up with the boys through the 60s and 70's. My brother John, close friends of Tom Jr and Victoria. Many wonderful memories of dinners together, bonfires, sailing on the Black Jack, and of me sharing in the caring and riding of Moonstone. Jeanne was a wonderful friend and hostess with the mostess. She had the most wonderful laugh. Mark certainly shares that infectious laugh from what I remember. Our deepest sympathies to the Fuller family. Janet Beggs Dow

Posted by:
Rory

Posted on:
December 27, 2017

Tom and Jeanne were friends with my mother and father in-law and of course I worked for Tom for many years but I have only known Jeanne socially from the many company and sometimes family functions I attended. Jeanne asked me to call her "Jeanne" seconds after I addressed her as Mrs. Fuller at our first meeting. There was no pretense just genuine interest and warm reception. I was made to feel like an old family friend at every meeting. I will remember Jeanne for her charm and charisma that could only radiate from a gentle beautiful soul. Jeanne would have wanted a celebration of her life and so my prayer for Jeanne and her loving family will be celebratory and thankful. My thoughts and love are with you today.

Posted by:
Judy & Peter Adelberg

Posted on:
December 27, 2017

Dear Bill, warm hugs and our deepest sympathies to you and all the rest of the Fuller family on the passing of your dear mom. Wishing you all courage, comfort and peace at this very difficult time, buoyed by countless great memories. Your mom and her amazing legacy will be treasured by all of us at BYC. Sincerely, Judy & Peter Adelberg

Posted by:
Jodie Krampitz

Posted on:
December 27, 2017

To the entire Fuller family I wish to express my deepest sympathy and condolence during this difficult time. I had the pleasure of meeting and visiting with Mrs. Fuller a number of times at her home and also at the auctions, which she loved! She had a sparkle about her that was very charming and contagious, she was a lovely lady. She was always very warm, welcoming and very fun to spend time with. I know how much she meant to all of you and how much you all meant to her. I am sure that the past few weeks have been a mix of tears, sadness, laughter and fond memories for all of you. My wish for you all is that the sorrow and pain of the love lost will be short lived and the fond and happy memories you created together as a family last a lifetime. Most Sincerely Jodie Krampitz Maclean and Associates

Posted by:
Estelle Street

Posted on:
December 25, 2017

Jeanne was a wonderful person who will sadly missed by many friends . I remember her as a vibrant lady who almost always did the proper thing.sometimes she was a little naughty,loved knowing her at BYC and spending time on Fair Jeanne. I now live in Prescott and see Fair Jeanne docked just outside my condo apartment. memories of times past with Captain Fuller and Jeanne are keepers. My condolences to the family at this time. She was well loved by all who had the opportunity to know her. She was a true lady. Estelle Street.sailing ship Beetlejuice.

Posted by:
Osie Blouin and Irene Leger

Posted on:
December 23, 2017

Our warmest condolences to the Fuller family. Wishing you courage and peace through these difficult times. May you take comfort knowing that she had a long life filled with giving and receiving love. We were fortunate to know her and have often been grateful recipients of her graciousness and hospitality. She was a delightful, generous and lively woman, with an infectious laughter. May her warmth, generosity, love and zest for life continue to radiate on our lives. We shall miss her.

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
December 22, 2017

My sincere condolences to the Fuller family and especially to you, Diana. She will be forever in your hearts and in your lives.

Posted by:
Byron Boucher and Ruth Johnston

Posted on:
December 22, 2017

So sorry to learn of Jeannie's passing. We remember many happy times around the Britannia Yacht Club and on the water with her and her family and we will cherish those memories always. She was a very dear friend of mother's, Maggie Boucher, who always spoke in the highest regard of her friend. Jeannie and her son Simon joined us to say goodbye to Maggie just a few years ago. We wish the Fuller family happy memories of the past.

Posted by:
Kim Colizza

Posted on:
December 22, 2017

My deepest condolences on the passing of your Mom and grandma.

Posted by:
Maria Lengemann

Posted on:
December 21, 2017

My sincere condolences to the Fuller family. She was a gracious and lovely lady. Maria, Rideau Club

Posted by:
Antoinette St.Cyr

Posted on:
December 21, 2017

My condolences to the Fuller family. She was a lovely lady, she will be missed. May she rest in peace. Antoinette

Posted by:
Chris Sanders

Posted on:
December 21, 2017

I was sad to hear of Mrs Fuller's passing. My dear friend Tony clearly inherited her sense of humor. I'll always remember her as the lady who smiled and laughed a lot. A life well lived. Respectfully, Chris Sanders

Posted by:
Nancy Davidson

Posted on:
December 21, 2017

My sincere condolences to the Fuller family. May all of your love and fond memories bring you peace at this difficult time. Nancy Davidson

Posted by:
Liz Keogh

Posted on:
December 21, 2017

Sincere condolences to the Fuller Family. I had the privilege to work with Simon's wife Lynn at Public Health and know Mrs. Fuller had a wonderful daughter-in-law and top notch Nurse. Liz Keogh & Des Foley

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