Shaw & Sons Funeral Directors
Marjorie Louise Fuller, 87, passed away peacefully at home on March 17, 2017. Marge was born December 5, 1929 in Walla Walla, Washington to Jules Levin and Lydia Pfeiffer. Mom attended school in Walla Walla and then moved on to Central Washington University in Ellensburg where she met and married Earl Don Fuller. Marge lived in Seattle and worked for Boeing in Renton before the family moved to Yakima in 1968. In Yakima she worked for Yakima School District and retired from Adams Elementary after approximately 30 years.
Her hobbies were crocheting, antique hunting, shopping and letter writing. Education and reading were important to her. She read approximately 60 books per year. She loved to follow both tennis and golf, and loved her lattes. She was extremely independent and traveled several times to Montana to visit longtime friends Ginny Wells and Delores Richter. Christmas time was her favorite holiday which was evident by the many gifts she bestowed on loved ones and friends.
Marge was a member for several charitable organizations which she donated to, among them: Endangered Species, Ducks Unlimited, Wildlife Federation and International Wolf Center which was very dear to her heart.
Survivors include daughter: Diane Jackson and husband Dan of Yakima; son: Eric Fuller and wife Paula of Yakima; grandchildren: Amber Withers and husband Bryce of Spokane, Chris Jackson and wife Anna of Yakima. She is also survived by three precious great grandchildren: Myles Guy, Viola Jackson and Jackson Withers. She was preceded in death by her parents and brother: Ned. Mom was a breast cancer survivor.
A gathering of family and friends will be held at 3:00 pm Friday March 31, 2017 at Shaw & Sons in Yakima, and please come in casual clothing. To share memories or condolences with Marjorie’s family please visit www.shawandsons.com.