Marilyn Ann Fuller

marilyn fuller


Marilyn Ann Fuller, 81, passed away Tuesday January 30, 2018 at Littleton Hospital surrounded by family.

Marilyn was born in Holyoke, Colorado, on June 26, 1936 to Ed and Celia Coyne.  She graduated from Holyoke High School in 1954 and immediately set her sights on moving to the big city. 

She met her husband Ken while working at Square D, and settled into their lifetime home in Littleton where they raised their children.  Ken & Marilyn were among the first settler’s in the Leawood neighborhood.  She retired from the International Union of Operating Engineers in 1998 after working there for over 25 years as a Bookkeeper and Office Manager. 

After retirement Marilyn enjoyed traveling, flower gardening and updating the family home but her true passion was talking on the phone with her friends and family members.

Marilyn was preceded in death by her husband, parents, half-sister Lois, brother Jim, sons James and Zan Fuller, and grandson Spencer Fuller.    She is survived by daughters Cynthia (Monte) Cleghorn of Monte Vista, CO and Andrea (Jack) Brunton of Steamboat Springs, CO, brothers Robert (Jerrie) Coyne of Arvada, CO, Gene Coyne of Holyoke, CO, Gerry (Linda) Coyne of Loveland, CO, sister Gloria (Walt) Heinitz, of Castle Rock, CO; grandsons Jared, Garrett, David and Brandon, four great grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.

A Memorial Service will be held on February 7th, 2018 at 11:00 AM at Bullock Mortuary Chapel in Englewood, CO.  A Reception will be held at the family home. 

The family suggests In Lieu of Flowers a Memorial Gift be made to the American Heart Association (   



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  1. Roy and I are so sorry to hear of Marilyns passing. When we left for Florida in November, we stopped by to say goodbye. Little did we know it would be forever. I can't believe we won't see her again. Wish I could be at the service but won't return to Colorado until early March. Thinking of you all with a heavy heart. She made the best pecan sticky buns! We will miss her so much.

  2. I never forgot what a great Grandmother she was to me as a child. Though connected by marriage, not blood related, I felt just as welcome. We always enjoyed Halloween, Thanksgiving, & Christmas at the Fuller house. She would have me write a letter to Santa a wish list, lo and behold, it was always fulfilled plus clothing! This was very thoughtful. I also remember her little strawberry patch we adde berries from to home made ice cream-you know the old fashioned wooden churn barrel with the rock salt. Grandma Fuller exuded a strength not many exude, which is another other admirable traits. I am shocked and saddened to hear of her passing and wish the family peace and love. In lieu of flowers (per the announcement), I'll be making a donation to the American Heart association. ~Love, Amanda Sproul.

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