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Kathy L. (Edoff) Fuller, age 63, of Grand Rapids, Michigan, passed away peacefully with family by her side on Saturday, December 4, 2021. She was born September 18, 1958, in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, to Carl and Donna (Monroe) Edoff. Kathy graduated from East Kentwood High School with the class of 1976. She married the love of her life, Kenneth Wayne Fuller on March 28, 1981, in Grand Rapids, MI. Together they raised two sons and celebrated their 40th anniversary this year.

Kathy enjoyed volunteering for Godwin Heights Public Schools and also served on the Godwin Heights School Board. She was well known by the students and athletes as “the woman that brought cookies.” Kathy was always helping out in the concession stand for sporting events and extracurricular activities. Kathy loved children and had a giving heart. If she saw a child in need, she would do whatever she could to help provide for them, even if it meant putting their needs before her own.

Survivors include her husband, Ken; 2 sons, Shawn (Danielle) Fuller and Kyle (Megan) Fuller; 4 grandchildren, Caden, Deliah, Wesley, and Kenzie; mother, Donna Edoff; 2 sisters, Linda and Diane; and many other relatives and friends.

Kathy was preceded in death by her father, Carl.

Gathering of family and friends will take place Thursday, December 9, 2021, at Michigan Cremation & Funeral Care, 3627 Linden Avenue S.E, Grand Rapids, MI 49548, from 5:00 p.m. until 6:30 p.m., with a memorial service at 6:30 p.m. with Scott Blok officiating.

Kathy’s family would like to extend a heartfelt thank you of gratitude and appreciation to the entire staff at Metro Health Hospital for the outstanding care and compassion they showed her and them throughout this difficult time.

To send a message of sympathy to the family, sign Kathy’s online guest book, or to share a favorite memory, please visit: www.MichiganCremation.com

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  1. Linda Krug-Edoff on December 7, 2021 at 10:42 am

    To my Sister, We have had a Wonderful Fun Care-free life together, we were always close even throe I ran all over the country and did my thing. Kathy would always be there with a phone call and meet up with me. Didn’t matter where I was. She was adventurous, fun &easy going ready for anything. She had no enemies, only fun and laughter followed her around always, there to help anyone out regardless of what it was. She was a good manager of peoples needs. As kids we were partners together I drug her all over w/me, even though she may not would have wanted to go she always went and we made some Great memories together before the internet and cell phones. Getting lost,& hitch hiking when the car broke down. We would always get picked up by farmers and have lots of funny stories about the slow dirty but thank full to get a ride in cold weather.
    As we grew up and I moved away kids marriages. Kathy was always again there for me and never judgmental about all the choices I made, I continued to be bests friends w/ my sister Kathy through all the tears, fighting w/ the kids, argument’s w/ spouses, grandkids sharing pictures and gifts were one of Kathy’s loves, she Loved to Shop. she could shop when she had no money Kathy found a way to get a gift if someone needed one.
    I will miss my Sister she was the best Sister a Sister could have. Rest in Peace my sweet friend. I will see you again. Linda



  2. Barry A on December 7, 2021 at 6:46 pm

    Wow. I’m seriously in shock. Although I haven’t seen her but a few times in many years, Kathy left a mother-like impression on me. And boy she knew how to make some great cookies. My heart goes out to Ken, Shawn, and Kyle. My condolences fellas. This is a pain that I don’t wish upon anyone. She definitely left her mark on the neighborhood and the school.



  3. Brian Fuller on December 9, 2021 at 11:44 am

    Uncle Ken I’m so sorry to hear about Aunt Kathy passing away. My prayers are with you and your family
    Love Brian



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