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Norton Obituary: Deborah (Pacheco) Fuller

Remembering Deborah A. (Pacheco) Fuller

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From Norton Memorial Funeral Home:

Deborah A. (Pacheco) Fuller, age 58, of Norton passed away surrounded by her loving family on Thursday, January 9, 2014 at the Sturdy Memorial Hospital in Attleboro. She was the beloved wife of Alvan T. Fuller, Jr. to whom she was wed on May 18, 1973.

Born in Taunton, MA on April 18, 1955, she was a loving daughter of the late Joseph and Pricilla A. (Corriea) Pacheco.

Debbie grew up in Norton and was educated in Norton public schools. She later received her degree as a Certified Nurses Aide.

A resident of Norton for most of her life, Mrs. Fuller had worked for nearly 20 years as a secretary for the Town of Norton Building Inspectors Office.

Debbie’s favorite times spent were those with her adoring family, of which she was so proud of her children’s accomplishments.

Her hobbies included solving crossword puzzles and working on her computer. When younger, she along with her family were communicants of St. Mary’s Church in Taunton.

In addition to her beloved husband of 40 years, she is survived by her devoted children, Alvan T. Fuller. III of Norton, Steven J. Fuller of Norton and Sandra L. Fuller of New Hampshire. She was the dear sister of Ronnie Pacheco and Mike Pacheco both of Taunton and is also survived by her cherished grandchildren, MacKenzie E. Cavalieri, Lacey J. Fuller and Sean J. Fuller, as well as many nieces and nephews.

Services and burial will be held privately. Visiting hours have been omitted and those wishing may remember Deborah with a donation in her memory made to the Norton Ambulance Gift Fund, 70 East Main St. Norton.

Arrangements are under the care and direction of the Norton Memorial Funeral Home. 19 Clapp St. Norton.

To send the Fuller family a message of condolence, please visit www.nortonmemorial.com





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