Funeral Details

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Funeral Details

Anita Fullett

March 23, 1930 - May 9, 2018

SERVICE INFORMATION

Date and Time

Monday, May 14, 2018 at 10:00 AM

Location

Chicago Jewish Funerals
Buffalo Grove Chapel
195 North Buffalo Grove Road
Buffalo Grove, Illinois 60089

Clergy

Rabbi Ari Margolis

Interment - Private

Gathering

Continental Restaurant
788 South Buffalo Grove Road
Buffalo Grove, Illinois 60089

Get Directions

Monday following the service

Send Shiva

Memorial Contributions

Chicago Botanic Garden
1000 Lake Cook Road
Glencoe, Illinois 60022
www.chicagobotanic.org

American Cancer Society
100 Tri-State International
Suite 125
Lincolnshire, IL 60069
www.cancer.org


OBITUARY

Anita Fullett nee Kantorer.
Beloved wife of Bernard Fullett. Loving mother of Valerie (the late Paul) Lovingood and Stuart (fiancé Mydraine Janvier) Fullett and the late Joel (Susan) Fullett and the late Glenn Fullett. Cherished grandmother of Rachael (Billy) Gordon, Cory Rash, Melissa Fullett, Stephanie Fullett, Stacy Fullett, Heather (Scott) Kocher and Ian Janvier. Great-grandmother of Dustin Kocher. Service Monday, 10:00 am at Chicago Jewish Funerals, 195 N. Buffalo Grove Road (One block north of Lake Cook Road) Buffalo Grove. Interment is private. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Chicago Botanic Garden, 1000 Lake Cook Road, Glencoe, IL 60022 www.chicagobotanic.org would be appreciated. Arrangements by: Chicago Jewish Funerals, 847.229.8822, www.cjfinfo.com


GUEST BOOK

We encourage you to share your personal
condolences and stories of Anita Fullett below and
we will share them with the family.

Thea Cherkasky

I am very sorry to hear about Anita's passing. I still remember visiting her, Bernie and their children Chicago's far east side during the 1950s. She was always very kind to me and I will always have fond memories of her and her family

Harry Fullett

Anita, my sister in law Emeritus, one of a kind and irreplaceable. Growing up I have so many great memories of days and nights on Phillips and Merrill Avenues and then into Morton Grove, Glenview and Grayslake. At 13, Anita and her friend Arlene Blonsky, taught me to play scrabble and even though they artificially increased my scores, I could not win.

In 1980 she gave me my first 700pp novel by Anthony Burgess and then allowed me to read her Motherâ??s collection of Oâ??Henry short stories. Over the years we shared many books and authors. I shall always be indebted for these moments.

Anita and Bernie- so very integrated- as the song Love and Marriage â?? you canâ??t have one without the otherâ??. In math there is no solution to the equation of A-B.

Anita became a wonderful friend to Janice. They developed an immediate connection /friendship and were able to chit-chat intimately without any pretentiousness. We shall always honor Anitaâ??s memory.



Harry and Janice Fullett


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