Jacqueline C. Fuller

Jacqueline C. FullerOBIT Jacqueline Fuller
December 5, 1942 – May 16, 2016
BELIZE – Jacqueline C. Fuller, 73, passed from this life on May 16, 2016 in Placencia, Stann District, Belize.
A beach memorial service was in Seine Blight, Belize at 3 p.m. May 21. As Jacque wished, her ashes were spread into the Caribbean Sea by her family and many friends.
Jacque was born Dec. 5, 1942 in Casablanca, Morocco to a French family that migrated to the United States in 1945.
Parents Genevieve and Leslie Cathcart, Jacque and her brothers settled in Sapula, OK. Jacque graduated from Sapula High School and attended St. Johns Hospital College in Tulsa, OK where she graduated as an x-ray technician.
Jacque married Fred H. Fuller, Jr. in 1965 in Sapula. The couple lived in Tulsa and Dallas areas, followed by a move to Bowie. Fred, Jacque and sons, Barton and Bryan, moved to Port Aransas in 1983 where they owned Mustang RV Park, Jacque’s Dockside Restaurant and a charter fishing business.
They then moved to Aransas Pass in 1996 where both Jacque and Fred worked in the education field. In 2008, they realized their dream and retired to Belize. Sadly, eight years later, Jacque lost her brave battle with cancer.
Jacque touched so many lives in a positive and energetic way. She never met a stranger and had many friends that loved, respected and admired her in so may ways. This incredible beautiful, talented, amazing, funny, sensitive woman will be missed so very much.
We are all born into this world and must all leave one day, but only a few people will leave us with so much to miss as Jacque Fuller.
Jaque is preceded in death by her parents, Genevieve and Leslie Cathcart and brothers, Ray Howard Cathcart and Johnny Cathcart.
Jaque is survived by her loving and devoted husband of 51 years, Fred Fuller; sons, Barton Fuller and wife Cari, and Bryan Fuller; brothers, Leslie Cathcart Jr. and wife Kathleen, and Roger Cathcart and wife Diane; sister, Kelly Cathcart; sister in-laws, Michelle Menton Cathcart, and Helen C. Fuller Lewis and husband Kenneth; brother in-law, Robert Fuller and wife Martha, and several nieces and nephews.
Should friends desire, memorial gift may be made to the animal welfare organization of your choice.
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