Cecelia “Sweetie” Wachsmann Fuller

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Cecelia “Sweetie” Wachsmann Fuller peacefully went to the Lord on Friday, October 23, 2020.

Visitation:  5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Monday, October 26, at Lake Shore Funeral Home

Graveside Service:  3:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 27, at  St. Joseph Cemetery in Elk.

Sweetie was born January 21, 1932 in Leroy, raised in Bellmead and graduated from LaVega High School in 1950. She served in the Marine Corps for 2 years and loved being a Marine. She worked for Pioneer Savings  & Loan for 18 years.

She married Charles “Sugar” Fuller.  He preceded her in death in 2005.

She was a member at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Elk and served on the Church Council, St. Anne’s Altar Society & Cemetery Association. She enjoyed working in the kitchen at the Annual Parish Picnic. She received the Lumen Gentium Award presented to her by the Bishop in 2010.

She is survived by her brother; Dennis Terrell; sister; Sharon Spencer; son, Terry Fuller and wife, LeAnne (who she loved like a daughter); daughter, Gail Flannary; three grandchildren; and her loving Wachsmann Family.

Special thanks to Laura and Lloyd Hall, Larry and Kathy Latimer and Bill and Helen Yearwood for “adopting” her as family. Thank you to her nurses & the entire staff at Bluebonnet Hospice for the loving care during the last few days of her life.


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Condolence Messages

  1. Big sister, I have always loved you and always will. Thank you for always having my back. Bubba

  2. Alice Yates Petrich

    The sweetest woman in the world!
    Love you!
    Rowdy, Alice, Taylor and Alli

  3. Terry and Leann, very sorry for you loss. Take care.

  4. Linda Christopherson

    I was just thinking about her the other day. So well named, a real sweetie for sure. Always smiling and kind to me.

  5. Jaquline Owen Nix

    Sending prayers for you all, Sharon’s daughter Jaquline.

  6. Dear Sister, I have so many good memories of you; especially in Bellmead. Mother was always happy when you came by. When I moved out of state; you were always faithful to write & stay in touch. I will cherish these memories forever. Love your little sister, Sharon

  7. Gail Fuller Flannery

    Mom…..I miss you more than I can say. You were always my rock and inspiration when I needed it. I will love you always no matter what. You always laughed and talked for hours. I will always remember everything we did growing up and also when I was married to the Military for so many years and you were a Marine at heart for years. We sure laughed a lot didn’t we? Although you are in Heaven now I am sure the Good Lord is keeping you busy. I talk to you every day and tell you goodnight before I go to bed. Always a big hug and a kiss on the cheek. Godspeed mom…..I am missing you so much today and every day. When I head your way…….eventually……keep you eyes open and your beautiful smile that I will always remember every day. Give Sugar a big hug for me too…….love and miss you…..soon mom….soon!

  8. Dear Fuller Family,
    Our Bluebonnet Hospice Family is grieving with you in the loss of such a special lady. Please know we are thinking of you and keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.
    With sincere condolences,
    The Owners and Staff of Bluebonnet Health Services (Hospice)

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